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27 July 2016
Having made history by steering Sao Paulo to the Copa Libertadores semi-finals in difficult circumstances, the highly commended 58-year-old is now a serious candidate for Argentina’s top job
27 July 2016
Twice now, the 42-year-old has enriched the fruits left to him by Jurgen Klopp. But this is a man who puts his own stamp on things, says Michael Yokhin
27 July 2016
The Italian’s Euro 2016 adventure ended in penalty shootout heartache, but his unfancied Azzurri side defied all expectations to make it that far. Now he’s tasked with turning the ship around at Stamford Bridge
27 July 2016
Sweden didn’t know what they’d got until he was gone. After some unappreciated international achievements, the late bloomer duly took Iceland to new heights and helped create Europe’s feel-good story of 2016
27 July 2016
There was no Premier League title to show for last season’s noble efforts, but once again the Argentine demonstrated his ability to improve and progress.
27 July 2016
The former River hero has been leading their revival since 2014, and added the Copa Libertadores last year to his growing collection. But now the real work is about to begin, says Martin Mazur
26 July 2016
Moving towards the business end of the list: America’s most impressive, a Premier League legend and the treble winner who still got sacked
26 July 2016
Approaching the midway mark, we’ve got this list’s oldest gaffer, Belgium’s brilliant tactician and our leading lady
26 July 2016
On we go, with a former Spurs and West Ham hitman, one of Europe’s most promising young managers and a Premier League newcomer
25 July 2016
It's FFT's week of praising the best managers, and here's Mike Holden with the (English) Football League's finest

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