Most Successful Football Managers – All Time Top 10
Most Successful Football Managers? 10 Most Successful Football Managers Of All Times? Ever wondered who the most successful football manager of all time is? Throughout football history, we have seen a lot of good managers that have taken on some of the best clubs in football history. Many of these managers were incredible, but who were the most successful? We compiled a list of Top 10 Most Successful Football Managers of All Time to help you discover some of the best managers in football history.
The list is based on the managers’ success, cups won, individual awards and clubs managed ranging from the Premier League, Bundesliga, Spanish La Liga, French Ligue 1, and so on.
Over the years, we have seen a number of great managers like Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Sir Alex Ferguson, Carlo Ancelotti etc… but the question is do they make this list of the most successful football managers of all time? Well, let’s find out from the list we have prepared.
10 Most Successful Soccer Managers Ever!
Previously we published:
- 10 Most Successful Managers in Champions League History
- Top 10 Premier League Managers That Left An Impact
- LIST: Managers With Most Premier League Games Managed
10. Roberto Mancini
Italian football manager Roberto Mancini achieved 26 domestic and international trophies in his managerial career as of 2018. Regarded as a cup specialist, he marked his name among the most successful football managers of all time. He started his coaching journey with Fiorentina in 2001, and later managed several top-flight clubs like Manchester City and Inter Milan. Mancini currently manages the Italian national football team since 2018.
Trophies: He won the Coppa Italia with Fiorentina in 2001 and with Lazio in 2004. With Inter Milan, he achieved the Serie A title three times in a row from 2006 to 2008. He also helped the club to secure the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana title twice each. During his time at EPL, Manchester City became the Premier League champion and won the FA Community Shield in 2012. The club also achieved the FA Cup in 2011 under his guidance. While coaching the Turkish side Galatasaray, he won the domestic cup in the 2013-14 season.
Awards: For his amazing coaching stint with Inter Milan, Mancini received the Panchina d’Oro in 2008. During his time at Liverpool, he twice became the Premier League Manager of the Month. He received that award first in December 2010, followed by another in October 2011. Italian Football Federation inducted him into their Hall of Fame in 2015 for his remarkable contribution to world football.