Browsing Soccer Managers

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10 Highest Paid Soccer Managers

Posted on 19 Dec, 2013, by in Featured

The list of the highest paid soccer managers in the world consists of four from the English Premier League (Manuel Pellegrini, David Moyes, Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho) two from the German Bundesliga (Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola), two from the Spanish La Liga (Carlo Ancelotti, Gerardo Martino), one from China (Marcello Lippi) and one managing a national team (Fabio Capello). More

When Managers Were Players

Posted on 20 Jul, 2011, by in Featured

At 33, John Terry knows he doesn’t have tons of time left to his playing career. He spoke of his aim and hope to become a manager, hopefully at Chelsea after he retires, replacing Andre Villas-Boas.
We hopped on the opportunity to check out the playing careers of all 20 managers in the English Premier League to start the season. No one, no one gets close to Kenny Dalglish’s career. More

Kenny Dalglish Telling Arsene Wenger to ‘Piss Off’

Posted on 17 Apr, 2011, by in Soccer

Kenny Dalglish with a few carefully picked words to Arsene Wenger after the 1-1 draw between Arsenal and Liverpool. More

Who Looks Sadder – Avram Grant or Harry Redknapp?

Posted on 19 Mar, 2011, by in Soccer

Which Premier League manager has the gloomier face – Harry Redknapp or Avram Grant? More

Some Thoughts on Jose Mourinho and Alex Ferguson

Posted on 17 Mar, 2011, by in Soccer

Some random musings on Alex Ferguson’s ban, Jose Mourinho’s future with Real Madrid and the possibilty of him being the next Manchester Untied manager and the Sir’s heir. More

Avram Grant – Soon Without a Job?

Posted on 13 Nov, 2010, by in Soccer

After another game without a win, Avram Grant’s future as West Ham’s manager doesn’t look very promising. More

Three Soccer Managers on the Hot Seat in 2009-2010

Posted on 23 Jun, 2009, by in Soccer

Manuel Pellegrini, Real Madrid’s new head coach will face a new kind of pressure from fans and media with Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka joining the team this year, while Arsene Wenger will face pressure for the first time in ages after five years since his last league title with Arsenal. More