10 Best Soccer Coaches Ever

These 10 Best Soccer Coaches bring the best out of their squads in a way that is unparalleled. The football world has awed millions but often we neglect the inspirations and powerful decision-makers behind the soccer teams. Today, we outline ten of the best soccer coaches who have tirelessly trained and yelled at their teams, pushing them to be all that they ought. 

  1.  Alex Ferguson numbers among the world’s best soccer coaches. Since 1986 he has transformed Manchester United from a team with sparse wins to one of the most successful world soccer teams. He has propelled Manchester United to over 30 trophies of world recognition. 
  2. Jose Mourinho collects millions per in earnings as coach for FC Inter Milan as the world’s best soccer coach. His tenure began in June 2008 and he guided Inter Milan to a victory in the Italian SuperCup and the 2008-2009 Serie A.
  3. FC Barcelona appointed Josep Guardiola coach in June 2008 and watched him rise to become one of the best soccer coach. Since his appointment, the team has earned six successive triumphs. Guardiola has had an excellent career and contributes largely to FC Barcelona’s achievements. La Liga 2009, Copa del Rey 2009, UEFA Champions League 2009, Supercopa de España 2009, UEFA Super Cup 2009 and FIFA Club World Cup 2009. 
  4. Fabio Capello has coached the Real Madrid team and currently manages the national English soccer team. His record speaks volumes: he has led all his teams to at least one championship.
  5. Guus Hiddink, a best world soccer coach, is always in demand as he repeatedly shapes and produces winning soccer teams. Hiddink managed several European and international teams. Hiddink is reputed as a top coach for leading them to huge improvement and championships: Real Madrid, Chelsea, PSV Eindhoven, South Korea, Valencia, Netherlands, and Australia.
  6. Giovanni Trapattoni ranks among the best football coaches in the world. He has ushered his team singlehandedly to Intercontinental Cups and UEFA Championships.
  7. Frank Rijkaard positions himself as one of the world’s best soccer coaches. He instructed FC Barcelona and at present, the Turkish Galatasaray Sports Club. Rijkaard draws in about millions per year as coach.
  8. Arsene Wenger figures prominently among the best soccer coaches in the world. He has remained faithful to team Arsenal since he signed the contract in 1996. Wenger’s soccer ingenuity manifests itself via Arsenal’s performance. In 2003, Arsenal claimed the FA Cup; in 2004, the English team went unbeaten for the entire season; and in 2005 Arsenal championed with the FA Cup.
  9. Rafael Benitez projects himself among the top best soccer coaches in the world. In his first year with Liverpool, Benitez saw his team win the UEFA Champions League, captured the 2007 FA Cup, and placed second in the Premier League 2008-2009.
  10. Sven-Goran Erikson is a high-income top football coach who yearly earns a huge income. Although his soccer career was not very illustrious, he has had glorious coaching stints, respected for his football leadership and techniques.

 So there we have it-the cream of the crop in the world of football coaching, coaching afoot in the team’s movement and progress.

show comments

What Others Are Reading Right Now.