Luiz Felipe Scolari

12 April 2017
Cheats, thugs, hoofers and - worst of all - winners. Bloody winners. FFT counts down the most loathed teams in the history of British football. Bring on the hate... 
Arsene Wenger vs Chelsea
3 February 2017
The Arsenal boss has seen numerous managers come and go at Stamford Bridge since his appointment in 1996. Greg Lea recounts his many clashes (on and off the pitch) with counterparts from a few miles down the road
Andre Villas-Boas
25 January 2017
While the trickle of big-name players heading to Chinese Super League pitches has turning into a flood, there is just as big a pool for the competition's touchline-dwellers
Brazil 2002 World Cup
18 January 2017
Jack Lang looks back at the Seleção side that claimed the country's fifth Jules Rimet trophy in Japan and South Korea
Antonio Conte, Roman Abramovich
12 January 2017
Maybe – just maybe – Chelsea's oligarch overlord has found what he's been looking for all along, writes Alex Hess
18 November 2016
While Argentine bosses are employed freely across the world, South America's largest country struggles to export coaches. Jack Lang explains why short-term thinking is proving harmful
Nathaniel Chalobah, Chelsea
21 October 2016
It's early days, says Alex Hess, but the Blues certainly seem more willing to give youth a chance under the guidance of Antonio Conte
21 September 2016
With Arsene Wenger poised to celebrate 20 years as Arsenal manager on Thursday, FFT has decided to honour every foreign boss to grace (and often not) top-class football in England – all 50 of 'em. Here are numbers 21 to 30... 
14 October 2015
Liverpool fans are on a high after the arrival of the much-lauded German coach, but Robert O’Connor has some warnings for Kopites… 
SHARES
15 February 2015
Luiz Felipe Scolari said he sent himself off five minutes before the final whistle to avoid "any bust-ups" at the end of Gremio's embarrassing 1-0 defeat at home to Veranopolis.

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