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5 GREATEST BRITISH FOOTBALL MANAGERS OF ALL TIME

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The race for the position of football manager has always been tough. Because there is always a long list of managers who can come and take over at any time. In order to stay with the club for a long time as a football manager, they must be truly talented, experienced, enthusiastic and well-received by the team members. Any decline in a team can lead to a change in football management.

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As a fan of football, I bet you will be no stranger to 9 greatest British football managers that are mentioned on the list below. They are famous not only for their talent, or ability to lead the ultimate team but also for their passion and endless love for football. 

5 greatest British football managers of all time

5. Brian Clough 

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Immediately after the 1976/77 season, Clough brought Nottingham Forest from Second Division to Premier League (then the Premier League was not born). But that is the starting point. No one can predict what crazy things will happen to Clough’s army and Europe in the next three years.

In the 1977/78 season, Clough put Nottingham one of the few names in the national championship right after being promoted. A year later, they stepped out into Europe.

The England rookie kicked off the European Cup campaign with a 2-0 win over Liverpool on September 13. A series of AEK Athens, Grasshoppers Zurich, and Koln became the victims of the Forest. The semi-final match with Koln is Forest’s most difficult challenge. But the single strike of Ian Bowyer turned the dream come true. Nottingham progressed to the final against Swedish giant Malmo. Trevor Francis’ £1 million goals put Forest on top of Europe. The most mythical dream has come true.

4. Jock Stein 

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Not only was the great Alex Ferguson born, but the Scottish People also gave birth to Jock Stein, a coach revered by generations of players and fans. When Celtic won the European Cup in 1967, Stein successfully brought Scotland in particular and the UK in general on the European club football map. Besides, there is a miracle of 9 consecutive Scottish championships and 5 domestic double wins.

Stein became the first coach to lead the English side to glory in the European Cup in 1967 when Celtic beat Inter Milan 2-1 in the final. As one of the greatest managers in Scottish history, he created a dynasty when Hoops dominated – winning the Scottish first division for nine consecutive years from 1965 to 1974. 

Overall, he led the Glasgow team to 10 Scottish championships, eight Scottish Cup finals win and six times to win the Scottish League Cup. With a win rate of 63% in more than 1000 games in charge, there is no doubt that Stein is one of the greatest coaches of all time.

3. Sir Matt Busby

If all good things must end, that is true for the team under the coaching of Matt Busby. After the war, MU had great success in the 1950s.

The Scottish man’s great plan was “young men for the future”, which they had been recruiting since the late 1940s. Jackie Blanchflower and Roger Byrne were early-stage players and they were dubbed “Babes” by a newspaper in their debut in 1951/1952, United won the most important tournament for the first time since 1911.

A match that condensed a new, best Bushy squad was the one against Arsenal at Highbury on 1/2/1958. In front of 63,578 spectators, MU beat “cannons” with a score of 5-4 from the goals of Ewards, Taylor, Bobby Charlton, and Denis Viollet.

Sadly, the greatest match in English football history was also the last of a brilliant team in United history. A fateful flight in the sky over Munich took 22 lives of MU, leaving a painful time.

2. Bob Paisley 

Curiously, the path that Bob Paisley took to the Liverpool coach seat: From a footballer and a legionnaire to a Liverpool coach, it has been a long way to go 30 years.

He has 19 trophies in his nine years leading Liverpool. Under Bob Paisley, Liverpool not only fought in the Premier League but also reached out to Europe. Bob Paisley became the first British coach to win the European Cup in 1977. Liverpool overcame rival Borussia Moenchengladbach in the final in Rome to be crowned in the continent’s most prestigious arena. Not only that, Paisley then became the only coach in history to lead a team to win the CL three times.

The Liverpool squad in the 70s, with its legendary trio Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness, and Alan Hansen, was voted one of FIFA’s 10 of all time.

In the summer of 1982, Paisley said that next season he would resign. The players gave him a souvenir gift of the national championship with the league cup for the third time in a row.

1. Sir Alex Ferguson 

Sir Alex Ferguson is the most successful coach in the history of English football in general and the Premier League in particular. After 27 years of leading MU, Ferguson took the Old Trafford team to surpass Liverpool, becoming the most successful club in England.

Ferguson’s career spanning nearly four decades has been closely linked to the Man United name. MU’s victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final in 1990 opened a golden new page for the team and Ferguson.

In 27 years as captain of the “Red Devils”, Ferguson and Man Utd have won 38 different titles. In which, MU won two Champions League, 13 Premier League, five FA Cups, four League Cups, Cup C3, Intercontinental Cup, and FIFA World Cup in the 1986-2013 period.

Before that, he also led his hometown team Aberdeen to win three Scottish championship titles, four national cups, one national Supercup, and the 1983 C3 Cup.

He turned young talents like Rooney or especially Ronaldo into the top star in the world. After 27 years of leading MU, Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement, parting his career after helping MU win the Premier League in the 2012-2013 season. Happyluke offers Manchester United next manager odds. Join for bet. 

During his career, Ferguson has created classic football terminology or sayings in world football. That is the term “Fergie Times” used to refer to the fighting spirit of the MU player to the last second. That is a saying that has gone down in history “performance is temporary, the level is forever”.

Conclusion

These people are all known for their passion for the ball and for their strategic mind, leading teams to outstanding achievements. In your opinion, who is the best?

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