The Best Ten Football Coaches in History – X to VII

The Best Ten Football Coaches in History – X to VII

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.

  • Carlos Bianchi10- Carlos Bianchi. If there is one South American coach in history that can boast of having conquered all he ever desired with a team, then that will surely be the “Viceroy” Bianchi, who gave Boca Juniors one of their best periods in its 111 years of age since its foundation and placed it as one of the best teams in the world, won the Argentine tournament, the Libertadores Cup, the South American Cup and the Intercontinental Cup.
  • 9- Carlo Ancelotti: This Chelsea coach gave back Milan its place among one of the greatest teams in the history of Europe, enabling them to make it to the finals during the Champions League on 3 separate occasions in the space of less than 5 years, and winning two of them. He also succeeded in getting the Rossoneri team another Scudetto, as well as an Italian Cup and he is currently doing very well in Chelsea, having won already his first tournament.
  • 8- Ottmar Hitzfeld: He is the German coach to have won the most titles in history. In total, six German leagues. He also led Borussia Dortmund to become champion of Europe in 1997, defeating the unbeatable, powerful Juventus. He managed to obtain the same achievement again with Bayern Munich in 2001.
  • 7- Guss Hiddink: Despite not having a prominent track record, this Dutch coach has been at the forefront of some of the greatest campaigns and feats in Europe, enough for him to be considered one of the best Dutch coaches ever. His greatest achievement was to bring South Korea to the semifinals of the World Cup 2002.

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