Selecting the best footballers of all time is easy. Yet, choosing the best football coaches is a difficult challenge. This sport is the most popular one in the whole world.
Players wouldn’t have been what they are today if they wouldn’t have the best coaches. So, with this being said, let’s see who are the best football coaches of all time.
Arsene Wenger is being considered a champion of style and sporting beauty. Moreover, he is a football man you can take at his word. He is being ranked above those managers who have won more.
The truth is that there is not even one club that has not coveted Wenger in the last 10 years.
Bela Guttman enjoyed his greatest success at Benefica. He recruited the famous Eusebio. He was the reason for winning successive European Cup victories in the early ’60s.
Miguel Munoz has built the European club champions of 1966. He inherited Real Madrid and managed to win nine titles. He is definitely one of the best football coaches of all time.
Munoz spent most of his career at Real Madrid before coaching the club. He led the team to nine La Liga titles and two European Cup victories.
This is the football coach who has three European Cup medals. His playing strategies were absolutely stunning. Paisley spend nearly 50 years with Liverpool.
He is the first of three football coaches to have won the European Cup three times. Plus, he is also one of the five coaches to have won the English top-flight championship as both a player and a coach.
Sir Alex Ferguson
Who hasn’t heard about Sir Alex Ferguson?! He has built a truly modern-day monster out of Manchester United. Ferguson is definitely a giant of football. He is and will remain in football history as one of the best coaches.
Brian Clough turned Nottingham Forest into the best team in Europe. Plus, he managed to turn Derby County into league champions. Charismatic and controversial, Clough is one of the greatest coaches of all time.
His amazing achievements with Derby and Forest are among the greatest in football history. Plus, his teams were also noted for playing the most exciting and attractive football.
Ernst Happel is considered a man with a few words but lots of trophies. The Austrian has been league champion in Holland, Austria, Germany, and Belgium. Moreover, in 1978, he led Holland to the World Cup final.
In 1999, Rinus Michels was named by FIFA, coach of the century. He was the originator of Total Football. Plus, he won the European Cup with Ajax.
Another victory was the Spanish league with Barcelona. Also, let’s not forget about the 1974 World Cup.
Sir Matt Busby
Busby was the one who took over in 1946 the reins at Manchester United. There are certain men in football that don’t even need an introduction. Sir Matt Busby is definitely one of them.
Growing up, he was in love with football. During his teen years, Busby worked and played football until Manchester City applied to sign him from his then-club Denny Hibs. And, the rest is history.