FIFA is the big international governing body of football. Since it is a large bureaucratic body, it also employs a large variety of people. Therefore, there isn’t just one line of study you should pursue in order to work for FIFA – it all depends on your interests. For instance, you might love the game
M may have not gone into the banking business, but went into the football business, and, sure enough, after 25 years, he is still in it and the business is going stronger every year. After all, if one compares his position to that of a coach, the kit manager will always have the upper hand.
M acknowledges that his is a rather anonymous job. In fact, very anonymous, especially in comparison to that of coaches. M sometimes dreams that, someday the UEFA gives order that the name of kit managers will also be included when they display the names of the members of a team. Like, for example, up on
Some say the best position in football is number 9. Others claim it is 10, but M always say that the true best position belongs to him, namely the kit manager position. Taking care of the jerseys, pants, shorts, socks and boots. Because being in the coach’s shoes is a very difficult task indeed. Great
6- Pep Guardiola: Historical Barcelona coach who is now in charge of Manchester city; he simply won everything he aimed for with the FC Barcelona, coming to win six tournaments under a year’s time. the Spanish League, Cupar’s timeRey, Spanish Super Cup, Champions League, European Super Cup and the Club World Cup. 5- Jose Mourinho:
In football the importance is usually attributed to players, who are the ones defining the matches and bring glory to their team, but none of that would be possible if they did not have a coach behind them. That is why we have compiled the list of the best coaches in history. 10- Carlos Bianchi.
Once upon a time, no one payed much attention to football coaches. However, the football coach died when the game stopped being “just a game” and football began being referred to as professional football and thus came the need to have a tactics specialist behind professional teams. So from there on, the tactics specialist had
Uli Hoeness and Pep Guardiola’s Encounter in NYC Uli Hoeness also explained what went down during the 3 hour conversation he had with Guardiola during their meeting. Guardiola confessed to him that he had been following closely and analyzing all the matches played by Bayern for almost half a year. He seemed to know everything.
The story abut the signing of Pep Guardiola with Bayern München was worthy of a Hollywood script. The story, related by Uli Hoeness, president of FC Bayern München, to Sport Bild, includes several anecdotes worthy of a fictional setting. To begin with, Uli Hoeness revealed that Karl Heinz Rummenigge (chairman of the board of FC