The list consists of the current best football managers in the world right now. the best football managers who become successful in the last few years are included. Managing a football team requires a diverse array of talents and a substantial knowledge of the game. As well as being tactically astute, managers should be able to work individually with players to motivate and discipline them. Their instructions need to be communicated effectively, and they must anticipate the physical and psychological condition of their players. Of special importance is a manager’s ability to make intelligent substitutions and tactical changes during matches.
10. Mircea Lucescu
Mircea Lucescu is a Romanian professional football manager born on 29 July 1945 Bucharest, Romania who managed Shakhtar Donetsk from 2004 to 2016, guiding the Ukrainian team to every domestic trophy and the 2009 UEFA Cup. Under his tenure, Shakhtar became a formidable force in European football, reaching the quarterfinals of the Champions League in 2011. Lucescu has won 12 league titles and nine domestic cups during his time in Romania, Turkey, and Ukraine. In 2016, he left to manage the Russian club, Zenit St. Petersburg. He has gone on to manage the Turkish national side and was appointed Dinamo Kiev manager in 2020.
9. Arsene Wenger
Arsène Wenger is a French former football manager and player born on 22 October 1949 in Strasbourg, France who is currently serving as FIFA’s Chief of Global Football Development. He managed Arsenal for 22 years. He advocates an attacking and flowing style of football, which made the club a favorite with neutral supporters. He has been criticized for his trust in youth and his reluctance to bring in big names. Despite a lack of recent achievements, Wenger kept Arsenal in the top group of English football for two decades, winning three league titles, seven FA Cups, and reaching the Champions League final in 2006. One of his Arsenal teams went an entire season unbeaten in 2003–04. Wenger also won a league title and domestic cup with Monaco.
8. Josep Guardiola
Josep “Pep” Guardiola Sala is a Spanish professional football manager and former player, born on 18 January 1971 in Santpedor, Spain who is the current manager of Premier League club Manchester City. He was elevated to manager of the club’s B team in 2007. One year later, he was made first-team boss. After making drastic and risky changes to Barcelona’s first team and footballing strategy, the club won the treble in its first season. Pep went on to win three La Liga titles, two domestic cups, three Super cups two Champions Leagues, two European super cups, and two World club cups, claiming a total of 14 trophies in four seasons.
Guardiola then took a year out to recover before becoming Bayern Munich manager in 2013. He won the domestic double in his first season, and again in 2016, but never reached a Champions League final in his three years at the club.
In 2016, he took over at big-spending Manchester City and, after a season without a trophy, emphatically won the league, recording the most points, wins, and goals of any team in Premier League history. In the following season, he became the first manager to win the domestic treble. Guardiola’s teams are known for keeping possession, pressing relentlessly, and their sublime creativity.
7. Marcello Lippi
Marcello Romeo Lippi Commendatore OMRI was born on 12 April 1948 at Viareggio, Italy. He was given charge as Italy’s national football team head coach from 16 July 2004 to 12 July 2006 and led Italy to win the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
Marcello Lippi led an Italian side to victory in the 2006 World Cup. He was also responsible for the domination of Italian football by Juventus in the late 1990s. His management style focuses on team strength and unity rather than individual talent and ego. He won five league titles, one domestic cup, and the 1996 Champions League with Juventus. Lippi is nearing the end of his career and most recently managed the Chinese national team.
6. Antonio Conte
Antonio Conte is a former Italian footballer born on 31 July 1969 in Lecce, Italy who spent most of his career at Juventus and represented his country 20 times. His work rate as a player mirrors the effort he now expects from the players he manages. Conte plays with wing-backs in a 5-3-2 formation and picks players who are versatile enough to suit his system.
During the 2011–12 season, he led Juventus to the Serie A title without losing a single game. Conte stayed at Juventus for three years, winning Serie A in each season before managing Italy for their Euro 2016 campaign. His team knocked Spain out of the tournament but narrowly lost to Germany on penalties. Conte then joined Chelsea in 2016 and won the Premier League in his first season, claiming a (then) record 30 league victories. He went on to win the 2018 FA Cup before taking over at Inter Milan in 2019. At Inter, Conte won the 2021 Serie A title, ending the fortunes of a Ronaldo-led Juventus, who had won the competition nine times in a row.
5. Diego Simeone
Diego Pablo Simeone González born on April 28, 1970, in Buenos Aires, Argentina is one of the most rising stars in the football management world. Before becoming notorious as manager of Atletico Madrid, he won two league titles in his native Argentina. On his arrival in Spain, he galvanized an underachieving Atletico side and took them to fifth in the league. He also guided them to victory in the 2012 Europa League. He built the Atletico Madrid football team and conquered many trophies. Under Diego Simeone, Atletico Madrid won UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, La Liga, Copa del Ray, Supercopa de Espana, and UEFA Europa League. He represented the Argentina national football team in his senior carrier. He is one of the most successful football managers in the world right now.
4. Thomas Tuchel
Thomas Tuchel is a German professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Premier League club, Chelsea. Recently in 2021, Chelsea named Thomas Touchel as head Couch. Before that, he managed Paris-Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Mainz 05, and FC Augsburg II. Chelsea becomes the champion of UEFA Champions League 2020-21. Thomas Tuchel was awarded as Premier League manager of the month- March 2021 award. He showed his managing skills at Paris-Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund.Tuchel helped Chelsea win their second UEFA Champions League title, beating Manchester City in the final.
Chelsea also finished fourth in the Premier League and reached the FA Cup final.
Ahead of the new season, here we decode Tuchel’s managerial records
3. Louis Van Gaal
Aloysius Paulus Maria “Louis” van Gaal OON is a Dutch football manager and former player who is the current head coach of the Netherlands national team born on 8 August 1951 at Amsterdam, Netherlands. he uses a fusion of artistry and authority that has brought him astounding success as a manager. With Ajax, he won the 1995 Champions League, the 1992 UEFA Cup, three league titles, and one domestic cup. At Barcelona and Bayern Munich, he added three more league titles and one domestic cup.
Incredibly, he also led AZ to the Dutch league title in 2009. Van Gaal then guided a much belittled Dutch side to third place in the 2014 World Cup before taking over as Manchester United manager. His disappointing spell at United nevertheless included an FA Cup win.
2. Pep Guardiola
Full name Josep “Pep” Guardiola Sala is a Spanish professional football manager and former player born on 18 January 1971 at Santpedor, Spain who is the current manager of Premier League club Manchester City.
He ranks the top in terms of Best Football managers Right Now. He won almost every trophy right now, Pep Guardiola Ranks third in the list of Managers with the most Trophies. Currently, Pep Guardiola has 31 titles and is just behind Sir Alex Ferguson and Mircea Lucescu. Pep Guardiola serving as Manager of Manchester City and under him Manchester City reaches the finals of the UEFA Champions League for 1st Ever time. But Chelsea Defeated them in the finals. He took over Manchester City form the year 2016. Before Pep Guardiola Managed Bayern Munich, Barcelona, and Barcelona B teams.
1. Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp born on 16 June 1967 in Stuttgart, Germany is one of the most successful football managers in the world right now. Ṭhe Team Could not manage to qualify for the UEFA Champions League. But when Jurgen Klopp took over Liverpool, in his very first season Liverpool earns a spot in UEFA Champions League. Later Liverpool becomes the champion of UEFA Champions League 2018-19 and UEFA Super Cup 2019. Also with Liverpool Jurgen Klopp concurred FIFA Football Club in the year 2019. WHereas the team also becomes the champion of the Premier League. Klopp’s reign ended the undisputed dominance of Bayern Munich and reestablished Dortmund as a major force in European football. He assembled an excellent team in all positions and favored a quick style of counter-attacking football that was quite similar to Arsenal (in their better years). Dortmund went on a 28-match unbeaten streak in 2012, and Klopp’s side also reached the 2013 Champions League final.