This content will discuss about the Top 10 Football Managers in the World right now. Football is certainly the most popular sport in the world. It allures the viewers just like a magnet attracts the iron. The footballers might be the Picassos’ of this marvelous game but imagine a football game without the influence of the managers! Even with the stars of the game being in the field, the game might prove to be boring in the absence of a tricky and proficient manager. Footballers are definitely the soldiers battling directly in the battlefield. But it’s the managers who control the game like the commanders in the war. Well, in this content we will present to you the top 10 football managers in the world right now. Visit below link for Top 10 Muslim Football Players In The World Of All Time.
Top 10 Football Managers in the World (2022)
#1. Pep Guardiola:
The opinion about who is the best manager in the world right now might differ from man to man. But most of the experts have to agree that nobody has been more influential than Pep in the last 10 years. He was the artisan who built a devastating FC Barcelona side. And under his management, Blaugranas were feared by almost every club in the world. Although the Spanish football coach has failed to win any UCL title after departing the Catalonian capital but still he has taken his sides’ style of play to another level. And in such a competitive Premier League, he has made the title winning with Man City look so easy.
Stats don’t lie and even if someone comes up with the logic that Pep has spent a significant amount of money, in such a competitive current football world, it’s seriously tough to have success while Pep is having success on regular occasions. City are yet to win their desired UCL title but they have been the most dominating side in English football without any kind of doubt.
#2. Jurgen Klopp:
Jurgen Klopp is that kind of manager who can touch a piece of wood and make it turn into gold. Even if you give him an ordinary, inexperienced squad, he will fight his best with that and will bring out the best from his lads. He made the players feel like a family, like a unit.
Liverpool’s misery before the Klopp era was world famous. The Reds were hardly finding land beneath their feet but with the arrival of this mastermind German, the club regained its old glory. The side which couldn’t even make it to the top 4, started having a better position in the league table. They won the 2018-19 UCL title out of nowhere. In the very next season, Klopp made the unthinkable happen. For the very first time in the last 3 decades, the All Reds were finally able to lift the EPL title thanks to the Midas touch of their German boss.
#3. Hansi Flick:
His side scores 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or even more goals and you’d find him sitting with an unmoved attitude and unsmiling face. The 56 years old who previously served as the assistant of Joachim Low, is currently occupying the role of the head coach of the Germany national team. Flick made the Bayern Munich side an undefeatable one and under his reign, the side won every possible trophy in 2019-20. However, due to some issues with the board he decided to leave the Allianz Arena and took charge of the Germany national team. The side which was struggling under Low in the recent years, has been lethal since the arrival of Flick and will be one of the favorite sides to lift the World Cup in Qatar.
#4. Zinedin Zidane:
Zizou is definitely one of the best midfielders in the history of football. But he has managed to earn fame with another role as well. The former Real Madrid sensation who is currently a free agent manager, had just won 1 UCL title with Los Blancos as a player, back in 2001-02. The legendary footballer retired from football as a player after the 2006 FIFA WC and then once again made a comeback to the pitch but this time as a manager. Well, he took charge of his beloved Real Madrid and whoa! he clinched 3 consecutive UCL titles in between 2016-2018. And this fabulous achievement has placed him among the best football managers in the world.
#5. Luis Enrique:
The current Spain national team head coach is our 5th pick in this list. Enrique has been a star manager and his treble winning campaign with FC Barcelona has earned him huge reputation in the football world. He was phenomenal during his days at the Camp Nou as a manager. The Spaniard is also doing a great job with the national team. With a young and inexperienced Spain side, he has reached the semifinal of the UEFA Euro. His lads also featured in the UEFA Nations League final. He was criticized for not calling any Real Madrid players into the squad during those mega events. However, Lucho has replied strongly with his team’s brilliant performance on the field.
#6. Carlo Ancelotti:
The Don Carlo is definitely one of those auto choices in this list. He has had an enormous coaching career and has managed so many giant clubs throughout his career. He has served the role of the head coach of numerous side including: Juventus, AC Milan, Chelsea, PSG, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Napoli, Everton. In this mega career, he has won the Premier League, Serie A, Ligue Un, Bundesliga as well as 3 UCL trophies with AC Milan and Real Madrid. Under his reign, Los Blancos won their famous “La Decima”. After leaving the Bernabeu he changed a few stoppage and has once again come back to where he belongs.
#7. Thomas Tuchel
At the 7th place of our list, we have placed another German, the current Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel. In December 2020, PSG sacked Tuchel and then he joined Stamford Bridge based side. Just a few months later he won the UCL with the Blues. Khelaifi might have realized how big a mistake he has made but it was too late to understand perhaps. In fact, it was Lampard who made those big money signings at the Bridge. But the club legend failed to bring out the desired performance from this top class Chelsea squad. Tuchel’s arrival brought in a positive vibe in the side and since his joining the Blues have been flying high. Well prior to Chelsea and PSG, Tuchel has also managed a number of German sides including: Borussia Dortmund, Mainz 05.
#8. Antonio Conte:
The Italian has managed Inter Milan, Chelsea, Italy, Juventus, Siena, Atalanta, Barri, Arezo. The 52 years old is currently the manager of English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. He has helped Chelsea winning a league title but one of his best success so far will be his Scudetto glory with Inter Milan in the 2020-21 season which ended the 9 consecutive years winning streak of the Juventus. However, he left the San Siro due to some issues with the board and joined a struggling Tottenham side, who were completely colorless under Nuno. But since his arrival the North London based side has started gaining momentum and Conte has made a good start so far, Lets see how far he can go with the side which has completely forgotten the taste of the titles.
#9. Diego Simeone:
The Argentine might have a few haters due to his aggressive body language. But one can’t deny him as a brilliant and tricky manager. Many of the rival fans label his style of play as boring but Atletico fans won’t mind as long as they are getting positive results from the team. Simeone has helped the Wanda Metropolitano based side a number of league titles. And that too in such a league which has been completely dominated by Barca and Real Madrid. He also helped the Rojiblancos win the Europa League title. He might have won the Champions League as well but the fortune didn’t smile upon him. Nevertheless, he is still fighting hard with his side and making life difficult for their direct rivals.
#10. Julian Nagelsmann:
The current Bayern Munich boss, who has previously managed RB Leipzig, is the youngest manager to make it in this list. Naglesmann is very very young manager and has a highly potential career ahead of him. He has proven himself a star manager and is expected to go far. If he continues to march this way, he might end up being one of the top 5 managers in the world in near future.
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