Managing a football club is a cumbersome task for sure. This high-risk, high-reward job comes with a lot of responsibilities.
- Tasted success at 1899 Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig, Julian Nagelsmann took charge of Bayern Munich at the start 2021. - He is younger than their current captain, Manuel Neuer - Named "German Football Manager of the year", 2017. - He boasts a win percentage of 77.8 percent
- Famous for leading France to the FIFA World Cup Title, 2018. - A serial winner at France, Marseille, and Juventus, the 52-year-old was a magnificent footballer during his days. - Didier led Monaco to the finals of their first and only Champion's League in 2014. They, however, lost to Jose Mourinho's Portugal.
- He was appointed manager of Les Bleus ahead of 2012 Euro Cup and is presently managing the same team. - Deschamps' tutelage helped France seal the World Cup, the Nation's League, and finish as Runners-Up in Euro 2016. - One of the only three men to have bagged the World Cup as a player and as a Manager. Mario Zagallo and Franz Beckenbauer are others occupying the list.
Began his managerial career with Barcelona B ahead of coaching AS Roma, Celta Vigo
Helped Barca seal 2 La Liga titles, 3 Copa Del Rey titles & 1 UEFA Champions League Crown
Also led La Roja to the 2020-21 Nations League runner up spot
Zidane boasts 2 La Liga titles, 3 consecutive Champions League trophies with Real Madrid.
Where Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp ace in tactics, Zizou is known for his man-management skills.
The former Ballon d'Or winner is worthy of massive respect. He has had two different tenures at the Santiago Bernabeu but wasn't laid off in either spell.
One of the biggest managers of all time
Despite having a sub-par playing career, this German coach ended up being a fantastic manager
Klopp began his managerial career with Mainz ahead of Borussia Dortmund. Has been managing Liverpool since 2015.
The Liverpool boss led the Reds to the 2020 Premiere League trophy
He also helped Merseyside club land their sixth Champions League crown