Managing a football team requires a diverse display of talent and vast knowledge of the game. When we are ruminating on the best coaches in the world currently, Pep Guardiola, Zinedine Zidane, Jurgen Klopp, Antonio Conte, Deigo Simeone, Hansi Flick, and Thomas Tuchel are arguable among the best managers in the realm of Football. Each of these aforementioned coaches has their unique style of play and technique in managing their teams. However, let take a look at the top Five best Managers in football currently.
5. Antonio Conte.
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Conte happens to hold the 5th position on the list. He did a great Job last season by winning the Italian Serie A trophy with Inter Milan. He stopped Juventus from winning its 37th league title. He won the league with a clear margin of 12 points.
4 Jurgen Klopp
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The German Coach deserves to feature on the list because of his remarkable performances in the last two seasons. Jurgen Klopp serves as a great element that changed the Liverpool team and bring the club back to the top four Positions. He helped Liverpool to qualify for the 2021/22 UEFA Champions last season.
3 Diego Semione.
Semione did a wonderful job last season by helping his team to claim the La Liga title. He has successfully won a total of eight titles since joining the club in 2011. He has maintained an unbeaten run in four games in the league this season.
2 Thomas Tuchel.
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Recently named the UEFA Men’s Coach of the year for his remarkable performances. He helped Chelsea won the UEFA Champions League last season and won the UEFA Super Cup. He joined Chelsea after the departure of Frank Lampard in 2021. Ever since he joined the Club he has lost just 3 matches in the Premier League and a match in the UEFA Champions League. Without a doubt, Thomas Tuchel has been the epitome of Sustained excellence since he arrived at Stamford Bridge.
1 Pep Guardiola.
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Guardiola has won 10 trophies for Manchester City Since taking over from Manuel Pellegrini in 2016. The former Barcelona coach won two trophies last season a Premier League and FA Cup, and featured in the UEFA Champions League Final last season where his team lost to Chelsea.
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