Most times, people need others to help them get to the height they desire.No matter how much they know, how skilful they are or how well-educated, they may not go very far if left completely on their own.
Born on March 21, 1963, Dutch coach Ronald Koeman is the current manager of Spanish football club FC Barcelona. Koeman, who has formerly managed teams like Ajax, Southampton, Valencia and Everton, was also a Barcelona player during his playing days. Koeman, who took over from Quique Setien, is not the first Barcelona player to later be appointed manager of the club. There are, in fact, up to six of them. Many clubs in Europe often appoint former players to manage the team, so it's not something peculiar to Barcelona.
Uefa has released nominations for the Best Coach of the year in both Female and Make Categories, and 2 Chelsea Coaches, Emma Hayes (Women's team) and Thomas Tuchel ( Men's team) made the top three respectively The Nominees for the Men's coach of the year award is as follows:
Some football pundits and fans are bittered with the fact that tactical Pep Guardiola spent resources and has achieved greatly with the Citizens.Whereas others spent too but cannot boost of achieving significantly.You might be trolling on the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss, but he has proven time without number to be the greatest manager of this century, and arguably the greatest of all time.
The beautiful game of football is really an unpredictable one, it is always full of suprises no matter the experience of the players or coach. There have been some former players who eventually turned out to be great coaches in football. Great coaches like Johann Cryuff, Joseph Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti were all former players.
1) Miguel Munoz Munoz is the captain of Real Madrid team that won the first two editions of European cup, he was still a coach six years latter during the time of Merenguez when they added the sixth trophy six years latter. He won the trophy with Real Madrid 1956 and 1957 as a coach in 1960 and 1966. 2) Carlo Ancelloti He won the UEFA Champions League as a player back to back with AC Milan as a player in 1989 and 1990 and as a coach with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007 and also in Real Madrid 2014. Ancelloti also
Barcelona have been in one of their worst forms this season in a very long time. Their coach Ronald Koeman, who happens to have also played for the club, is really struggling at the moment, especially in the league. Barcelona are currently placed seventh on the La Liga table, having managed to secure only 14 points out of a possible 27. However, most football fans still remember the moments when Barcelona used to be a threat to whatever opponent they were to face. Especially when Joseph Guardiola was their coach.
Manchester city is set to lock horns with Tottenham Hotspur in their EFL Cup encounter.The match is billed to take place at Wembley Stadium and the centre referee is Paul Tierney from England.City is s coming into the game with a 4-3-3 formation whereas Sours is playing a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Manchester City proven to have money to spend on any choice of play they deem fit. Since Joseph Guardiola took over Manchester City from Manuel Pellegrini in 2016, the manager has spent close to 1 million pounds (£918,017,363). Nevertheless, the money has yielded alot of glory apart from UEFA champions league he came close to win last season against league rival Chelsea.
It is known that love inspires any person, but in football, this is not always a good sign. Too much allowance for your girlfriends and wives gives even the coolest players a handful of nightmarish situations that deprive them of fame, friendship, money and even career. Today, we will speak about the top players whose career where destroyed by girls. Our top is opened by a fresh story with the participation of Manchester City defender and Ukrainian national team Alexander Semenko that goes simple. In August,
Carlo Ancelotti Ancelloti won the UEFA Champions league as a player back to back with AC Milan as a player in 1989 and 1990 and as a coach with AC-Millan in 2003, after he was appointed has a manager in Real Madrid in 2014.
"You can have it all, but not all the time" This is a maxim not far from the 'no condition is permanent' we always use to accepts the current state of affairs in our daily doings. It was in December 2009 that under a certain Joseph Guardiola, Barca got the preamble to its Immortality. They have conquered it all, even with 6 less European holy grail(Uefa Champions Leagues) than its eternal rival(Real Madrid) who are still and back then the record holders(9UCLs), the footballing world was finally ready to giv