Football as a sport is useless without the impact of coaches and their strategies. Their way to deal with the game has kept the game advancing throughout the long term. They have definitely affected the manner in which the game is played. Rightly so, these coaches have also proven very fruitful with their respective clubs. So in this article, we will be taking a look at ten of them who have won the most trophies in the game’s history.
10. Arsene Wenger (21 titles)
The France international has managed teams such as Arsenal and Monaco and has won 21 titles throughout his managing career.
9. Giovanni Trapattoni (23 titles)
The Italian has coached big teams such as Juventus, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, and Benfica, and has won 23 titles throughout his managing career.
8. Ottmar Hitzfeld (25 titles)
Also a successful manager, he coached Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and the Swiss national team and won 25 trophies throughout his managing career.
7. Jose Mourinho (25 titles)
The multiple-time Guinness World Records holder is still active as a coach, and has managed major clubs such as Manchester United, Real Madrid, FC Porto, Inter Milan, Chelsea, and currently AS Roma, and has won 25 trophies to date.
6. Luis Felipe Scolari (26 titles)
Scolari has coached Palmeiras, Guangzhou Evergrande, the Kuwait national team, the Brazilian national team and a few other clubs and has bagged 26 trophies throughout his career as a manager.
5. Jock Stein (26)
The late Jock Stein managed Celtic and Dunfermline and won a total of 26 titles during his managing career.
4. Valeriy Lobanovskyi (29 titles)
Lobanovskyi, who was also late, spent the majority of his career as manager of Ukrainian club Dynamo Kiev, as well as coach of the USSR national team, and won 29 titles as a manager.
3. Pep Guardiola (31 titles)
Still active, the Spanish man has won a staggering total of 31 trophies as a manager for Barcelona, Bayern Munich and currently, Manchester City.
2. Mircea Lucescu (34 titles)
Lucescu managed clubs such as Galatasary, Shakhtar Donetsk, Besiktas and a few other clubs, someone a total of 34 titles throughout his managing career, making him the second most decorated manager in the history of the game.
1. Alex Ferguson (49 titles)
Finally, the most decorated manager in the history of football, Sir Alex Ferguson, coached teams such as Manchester United, Aberdeen, and Saint Mirren, and won a record 49 trophies during his time as a manager.
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