This is the era of the “super manager” in top flight European Football: Jose Mourinho, Jurgen Klopp, Arsene Wenger, Marcelo Biesla, Antonio Conte, Simeone, Zidane, Pochettino, and Guardiola.
Some solid names with a number of championship trophies under their belts. But who on the list is regarded as the most influential coach in the world?
This coach has mentored numerous coaches from the start of their managerial careers and molded them into the great coaches they are today. He is great with players, and most players would agree, he has been a huge influence on their careers as well. Many of these players actually played for him, and with his influence, decided to become managers in top leagues with top clubs.
This man is a mysterious figure because he never gives interviews, only pre and post-match press conferences. His brand of football is a 3-3-1-3 formation with an attacking style and pressing high up the pitch. He’s all about promoting youth, pushing players to their limits, and he’s famous for his obsessive use of video at training and to prepare for matches.
But can this coach still be considered one of the best coaches in the world when his trophy collection is relatively small?
The answer is a resounding “hell yes”. He commands so much respect in the world of football, it’s crazy.
Find out who he is…I know you will be surprised!