Sir Alex Ferguson is the best coach of all time

Sir Alex Ferguson is the best coach of all time

Scott Felixson from Scotland has become the best coach ever in the International Organization for Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), which compiled the list taking into account the combined achievements of the club’s coach and captain of the national team over the past quarter century.

First place in the ranking posted on Thursday Ferguson ranks 257 points

And Portuguese Jose Mourinho (226) And French Arsene Wenger (211) Before.

This year, on December 31, an 80-year-old Scottish professional worked as coach from 1974 to 2013, making IFFHS 2153 appearances on the bench. He worked in several club teams in his homeland, and for a short period also managed the Scottish national team, and then spent 26.5 years of his career as a coach at Manchester United, and achieved success with the English team. As the longest-serving coach in MU history, he has won 38 titles, two of which were in the Champions League, 13 Premier League titles and five FA Cups. Sir Alex Ferguson, akit II. Queen Elizabeth became knight in 1999 for her soccer services, and announced her retirement on May 8, 2013.

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Half of the members of the IFFHS record of fifty names remain active, with Machinho currently working for Tottenham Hotspur as German national team captain Joachim Loew (200 points, fourth place), Manchester City champion Josep Guardiola (183, 5), Carlo Ancelotti (169, 7) ) From Italy, who runs Everton, and Diego Simeone (152, 9) from Atletico Madrid, Argentina.

A documentary was made on the life of Sir Alex Ferguson

Directed by the son of a coaching legend, the film was also inspired by Ferguson’s fear of amnesia.

IFFHS BEST Coaches Ever (1996-2020):

  1. Sir Alex Ferguson (Scottish) 257 points
  2. Jose Mourinho (Portuguese) 226
  3. Arsene Wenger (France) 211
  4. Joachim Low (German) 200
  5. Josep Guardiola (Spain) 183
  6. 175- MR
  7. Carlo Ancelotti (Italian) 169
  8. Marcello Lippi (Italian) 156
  9. Diego Simeone (Argentina) 152
  10. 151- Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil)

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