Kenneth Francis Jackett (born 5 January 1962) is a former professional footballer and football manager.
A skillful left-footed player, able to play in defence or midfield, Jackett was capped 31 times for Wales, for whom he was eligible through his Welsh-born father. He spent his entire playing career at Watford before his career was ended by injury at the age of 28. Having moved on to the club's coaching staff, he began his managerial career during the 1996–97 season.
From 2004 to 2007 he was manager of Swansea City, leading the club to promotion and several trophies. He served as Millwall manager for six seasons, again bringing a promotion, before resigning in May 2013; weeks later he took over as Manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers, a position he held until July 2016. He was appointed Rotherham United manager in October 2016 before leaving in November.Close