FFT 50 Managers

31 July 2016
Breaking down which countries have come up trumps in our list of the 50 best bosses...
31 July 2016
As Leicester prepare for the backlash from their magnificent 2015/16, here's the proof that the empire is striking back
29 July 2016
“He is to Atletico Madrid what Steve Jobs was for Apple,” writes Martin Mazur. And how can you argue with that? Year after year, the Argentine achieves above expectations – and this is his overdue recognition
29 July 2016
Despite his failure to conquer Europe with Bayern Munich, the Catalan left a legacy his successor Carlo Ancelotti will be thankful for, writes Andy Brassell
29 July 2016
Don’t be fooled by the star-studded squad at his disposal: this is a brilliant team very different to the one marshalled by Pep Guardiola, all thanks to its current incumbent
29 July 2016
He’s been knocked off top spot this year after a disastrous final campaign at Stamford Bridge, but Jose’s back with a vengeance – and who’s betting against him in Manchester?
29 July 2016
How does Emery do it every year? Michael Yokhin gives the lowdown on the three successive Europa League wins with Sevilla, following years of success elsewhere in Spain, that earned him a career-defining move to glory-craving PSG
29 July 2016
He began his job a figure of hate among his own fans, then conquered Italy twice in as many years and proved his true worth with the difficult second title win, writes Adam Digby
29 July 2016
Still as brilliant and entertaining as ever, Liverpool’s German head honcho is expected to imprint his excellence an Anfield next season with minimal distractions and a full summer behind him
29 July 2016
How to sum up the perfect year of management? After two decades as the affable nearly man, King Claudio finally conquered the biggest league of all in sensational circumstances. Joe Brewin assesses his role in Leicester’s triumph against the odds

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