FFT 50 Managers News and Features
FFT 50 Managers It's back! Our rundown of football's finest gaffers on the planet is here for you to squabble over. Not that you needed the open invite...
FFT 50 Managers Managing one of the world’s elite clubs is increasingly a different job from being boss further down the pecking order – making FFT’s task tough
FFT 50 Managers He’s proved he can manage in different countries, at various levels, gain promotions, claim league titles and pull off major wins at international level. Antonio Conte is in his absolute prime
FFT 50 Managers He’s been in his job for less than two years and has won as many Champions Leagues as Mourinho, Ferguson or Guardiola. Zinedine Zidane is an enigma – and a winner
FFT 50 Managers Despite major player departures during his three years at Juventus, Max Allegri has taken the club forward and twice to the brink of treble success
FFT 50 Managers He's raised expectations to the point that anything less than ultimate triumph seems like failure. But make no mistake: the brilliant Simeone still has Atleti punching above their weight
FFT 50 Managers In three years, he’s won the Premier League, League Cup and a European trophy – and this is his ‘rocky spell’. Jose Mourinho finds a way to win even as he’s written off
FFT 50 Managers He's been quietly achieving for a number of seasons, but 2016/17 was the best yet for a manager whose Monaco side toppled mighty PSG and played swashbuckling football en route to a Champions League semi-final
FFT 50 Managers He already has one of the great CVs in football management history – and his first season at Bayern Munich suggests the likeable Italian isn’t finished yet
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