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Who is the Best Football Coach in the World Right Now in 2019?

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Who is the Best Football Coach in the World Right Now in 2019?.

Football Coaches in the World… They are people in the football industry who play a vital role apart from the footballer.

Such of these important people may be sports  directors, journalists etc., but coaches are one the majors of these people as their roles in football cannot be taken for granted.

Best Football Coach in the World

Best Football Coach in the World

This article is going to provide a list of top 10 coaches in football. These coaches are ranked in terms of experience, trophies won; win percentage, leadership qualities, and reputation.

Who is a Football Coach?

In football sport, a coach is a person involved in the direction, instruction and training of the operations of a football team or of individual sportspeople. A coach may also be a teacher.

Duties of a Coach

Football coaches develop the skills of individual players and help teams to win games.

They are mostly former players who want to pass on their knowledge and skills by coaching in schools and colleges, as well as in amateur and professional soccer clubs.

They advance their coaching skills through certification by organizations such as the National Soccer Coaches Association of America or US Youth Soccer.

The below are the major duties of a coach:

  • Training

Coaches are responsible for planning and supervising training sessions to develop general fitness and specific soccer skills.

They may control a team of coaches who focus on specific areas, such as defensive or offensive play, or goalkeeping.

During training periods, they practice tactics for specific plays such as free kicks or corner kicks.

Coaches develop various types of training sessions for different periods. In the pre-season period, they concentrate on assisting players to regain their fitness and sharpness.

During competitive seasons, they aim to sustain the fitness of the team for upcoming games and balance intense training with recovery sessions after games.

  • Tactics

In order to plan tactics for games, coaches study the strengths and weaknesses of opposing teams and consider the best way to approach each game.

During the professional level, coaches watch videos of opponents’ games and highlight important issues, such as defensive weaknesses or a team’s ability to counter-attack quickly.

Before any game, they decide the formation the team will adapt and explain the roles each player must take in that formation.

  • Team Selection

Coaches normally choose the 11 players and the substitutes for each game from a larger, practice squad.

They place their decisions on the tactics they have chosen and the importance of the game.

If they are playing a weak team in the upcoming game, but face difficult opponents in the following game, they may decide to rest key players from the first game.

Teams in dispute for titles or major trophies may adopt a policy of squad rotation, changing three or four players in each game, rather than retaining a fixed team.

Rotation allows coaches to give all squad players game time and keeps the squad fresh through a long season.

  • Games

Games are a chief test of a coach’s abilities. Before any game, they must motivate the team to play at their best from the start.

During the game, they follow to play to ensure that the team is following the tactics and issue instructions to maintain momentum.

If the game is going critically, coaches must decide whether to change tactics or make substitutions to deal with problems.

At half-time, they evaluate the first half with the team, highlighting any problems and motivating them to maintain performance or improve.

After the game, they evaluate the team’s performance with the players and identify any issues that they will work on in preparation for the next game.

  • Squad Development

Coaches must make sure that they have a squad that is strong enough to compete effectively throughout the season.

They observe the performance of each player during the season and must also take account of injuries to the players.

If they discover weaknesses in the squad, they must recruit new players, working with teams of scouts or negotiating with players’ agents at the professional level.

In bigger soccer clubs, the coach may be able to draw on players who were previously in the reserve team or are members of the club’s youth team.

List of Top 10 Football Coaches in the World

  1. Pep Guardiola — Manchester City

Age: 47.

Current club: Manchester City.

Previous clubs include; FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

Overall win percentage: 72.1%.

Major titles won: La Liga (3), , UEFA Champions League (2), Copa del Rey (2), Bundesliga (3) and DFB-Pokal (2).

  1. Massimiliano Allegri — Juventus

Age: 50.

Current club: Juventus.

Previous clubs include:Sassuolo, Cagliari, and AC Milan.

Overall win percentage:51.8%.

Major titles won: Series A (4) and Coppa Italia (3).

  1. Zinedine Zidane — Real Madrid

Age: 45.

Current club: Real Madrid.

Previous clubs include: N/a.

Overall win percentage:63.3%.

Major titles won: La Legal and Champions League (2).

  1. Antonio Conte — Chelsea FC

Age: 48.

Current club: Chelsea.

Previous clubs include: Atalanta, Juventus, and Italy.

Overall win percentage: 58.8%.

Major titles won: Series A (3) and Premier League.

  1. Diego Simeone — Atletico Madrid

Age: 47.

Current club: Atlético Madrid.

Previous clubs include: San Lorenzo, River Plate,  and Racing Club.

Overall win percentage: 55.9%.

Major titles won:  La Liga, Copa del Rey, Argentine Primera División (2), and Europa League.

  1. José Mourinho — Manchester United

Age: 54.

Current club: Manchester United.

Previous clubs include: FC Porto, Internazionale, Chelsea, and Real Madrid.

Overall win percentage:65.5%.

Major titles won: UEFA Cup/Europa League (2),Primiera Liga (2), Premier League (3), FA Cup, League Cup (4), Serie A (2), Coppa Italia, La Liga, Copa del Rey,

  1. Unai Emery — Paris Saint-Germain

Age: 46.

Current club: Paris Saint-Germain.

Previous clubs include: Valencia, Spartak Moscow, and Sevilla.

Overall win percentage:52.9%.

Major titles won: Coupe de France  League (3) and UEFA Europa

  1. Mauricio Pochettino — Tottenham Hotspur

Age: 45.

Current club: Tottenham Hotspur.

Previous clubs include: Espanyol and Southampton.

Overall win percentage:43.1%.

Major titles won: N/a.

  1. Ernesto Valverde — FC Barcelona

Age: 53.

Current club: FC Barcelona.

Previous clubs include: Athletic Bilbao, Olympiacos, and Valencia.

Overall win percentage:51.3%.

Major titles won: The Greek Football Cup and Greek Superleague (3)

  1. Julen Lopetegui — Spain

Age: 51.

Current team: Spain.

Previous clubs include: Rayo Vallecano and FC Porto.

Overall win percentage:63.3%.

Major titles won: n/a.

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