Most successful managers in football
Having been able to guide his Manchester City side to their very first UEFA Champions League final earlier in the week, Pep Guardiola is just one more match away from lifting another trophy.
The Spaniard has been prolific as a manager for as long as he has been in the top job, although being at clubs like FC Barcelona, FC Bayern Munich and the Citizens has certainly helped in his quest.
It is not only the UEFA Champions League title that he is looking to add to this collection this season, with the League Cup having been added last month, whilst the Premier League title looks to be returning to the 50-year-old’s clutches once again, as well.
Whilst Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea ended his chances of potentially obtaining the FA Cup this season as well, he will be instructing his Manchester City players to ensure that the German manager does not beat him to another, otherwise he will want to avoid some of the online casinos for USA players as it would suggest he does not have ladyluck on his side at the moment.
Nonetheless, after taking a look at the most successful football managers throughout history, Pep Guardiola is way out in front, as he has managed to claim 30 titles with Barca, City and Bayern.
TransferMarkt have had the latest figures showing the following:
1) Pep Guardiola – 30
2) Mircea Lucescu – 28
3) Jose Mourinho – 25
4) Ramon Tribulietx – 21
5) Carlo Ancelotti – 20
=) Sir Alex Ferguson – 20
7) David Jeffrey – 16
8) Laurent Blanc – 15
9) Jorge Jesus -14
=) Arsene Wenger – 14
As it can be seen, Guardiola’s closest challenger is Mircea Lucescu and with the 75-year-old currently in charge of Dynamo Kiev in the Ukraine – having joined after a spell earlier in his career that saw him with fierce rivals Shakhtar Donetsk – unlikely to have too many more opportunities to obtain more silverware. Once he does hang up his managerial hat, perhaps Lucescu will want to check out the best Australian online casinos possible?
Therefore, the Spaniard’s closest challenge will likley be his own fiercest rival in the managerial game; a certain Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese manager has 25 titles to his name, and with a new challenge at AS Roma set to take place next season, it would have to be considered a surprise if he were to get close to Pep, especially if Manchester City continue to play the way they are.
Ramon Tribulietx is also unlikely to add to his trophy haul, as he left his role at Auckland City in 2019; but not before he managed to get the world record for the most trophies in continental competitions as he won seven straight OFC Champions Leagues with the club between 2011 and 2017.