Most football managers have successful playing careers backing them up. Talk of the likes of Didier Deschamps, Pep Gurdiola and Zinedine Zidane, who made names for themselves in the world of football by being prolific players before becoming managers. However, there are some very successful managers who played mediocre careers or non at all. They proved that mediocrity can be turned into brilliance. Honorable Mention Sir Alex Ferguson Arguably the best football coach to ever astound the world of football. He
Jose Mourinho was shown the exit door on Monday morning, following a run of underwhelming results.The Portuguese tactician took over from the much-adored Mauricio Pochettino just 18 months ago.Tottenham Hotspurs is now the only club that Mourinho has coached and sacked without lifting a silverware.
The news of Mourinho sacking didn't come as a surprise to many since it was all expected to happen, the big question was when?But the question has been answered today.Following Jose departure from Tottenham, the board are left with hard task of replacing the special one at the Spurs.
FRANK LAMPARD It might still be just a bit too soon for Lampard to make a return to the frontline as he continues the post-mortem into his Chelsea downfall after a promising debut year with the Blues.The glare of the Spurs media might also give Lamps pause for thought after a bruising few months at Stamford Bridge, given his next career move could be make-or-break for his managerial reputation.
Football lovers from across the globe know it better than for a football club to be successful, there must be a very good relationship between the directors, coaching staff and the players themselves.Today we are taking a look at some of the best managers ever in the English Premier League History.
Arsenal's highly rated teenage defender William Saliba sealed his move to Ligue 1 outfit Nice for a short term loan deal having struggled to break in the gunners starting lineup. The Arsenal hierarchy feel the player still has a future with them and a loan spell away from the Emirates stadium is the right move for the Frenchman. Saliba has been an ever present regular in the Nice lineup since sealing his move featuring heavily in a back three for the French side who are struggling for results. From bagging numerous