Football: 10 great footballers who did not succeed as coaches

Football: 10 great footballers who did not succeed as coaches



Football: 10 great footballers who did not succeed as coaches

Ruud Gullit

As a player, he made history at Milan, winning 3 Scudettos (1988, 1992 and 1993), 4 Italian Super Cups (1988, 1992, 1993 and 1994), 1 Italian Cup (1994), 2 Champions (1989 and 1990), 2 Super Cups. of Europe (1989 and 1990) and 2 Intercontinental (1989 and 1990). In addition to this, he was champion of the European Championship in 1988 with the Netherlands.

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Ruud Gullit

As a coach, he has gone unnoticed by Chelsea, Newcastle, Feyenoord, Los Angeles Galaxy and Terek Grozny. He currently manages the Netherlands national team.

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Filippo Inzaghi

He played for Juventus and Milan. As a player he won 3 Scudettos (1998, 2004 and 2011), 3 Italian Super Cups (1997, 2004 and 2011), 1 Italian Cup (2003), 2 Champions (2007 and 2003), 2 European Super Cups (2003 and 2007) and 1 World Cup with Italy (2006) among other trophies.

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Filippo Inzaghi

In 2014 he signed to train Milan, which he left in tenth place. He was fired in 2015. After that he has coached Venezia, Bologna, Benevento and Brescia.

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Maradona

Diego Armando Maradona is considered by many to be the best player in history. He played for Argentinos Juniors, Boca, Barcelona, ​​Napoli, Sevilla and Newell’s Old Boys and won, among many other titles, the 1986 World Cup with Argentina.

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Maradona

As a coach he tried his luck (without much success) with Deportivo Mandiyú, Racing Club, Argentina National Team, Al Wasi, Riestra, Fujairah, Dynamo Brest, Dorados Sinaloa and Gimnasia.

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Lothar Matthaus

As a player he has won almost everything both at club and national team level. For example, 7 Bundesligas with Bayern Munich and 1 European Championship and 1 World Cup with Germany (in 1980 and 1990 respectively).

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Lothar Matthaus

The great German player has not had much luck with the teams in which he has tried as a coach. He managed Rapid Vienna, Partizan Belgrade, the Hungarian National Team, Atlético Paraenense, Maccabi Netanya and the Bulgarian National Team.

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Bobby Moore

He has been one of the icons of English football. According to Pele: “He is the best defender I have ever faced.” He spent practically his entire career at West Ham, where he played for 20 years. He retired in 1978 and began an unsuccessful coaching career with teams including Hong Kong Eastern AA, Oxford City and Southend United.

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Bobby Moore

He has been one of the icons of English football. According to Pele: “He is the best defender I have ever faced.” He spent practically his entire career at West Ham, where he played for 20 years. He retired in 1978 and began an unsuccessful coaching career with teams including Hong Kong Eastern AA, Oxford City and Southend United.

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Fabrizio Ravanelli

As a player, he achieved his greatest successes in the Italian league, especially with Juventus and Lazio.

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Fabrizio Ravanelli

So far, Ravanelli’s career as a coach has been short. He trained in the lower categories of Juventus and then signed in 2013 for AC Ajaccio of the French Ligue 1, where he only got one victory and then coached Arsenal Kyiv.

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Clarence Seedorf

The greatest successes of Seedorf’s sports career were achieved with Ajax, Real Madrid and Milan, winning, among other things, 5 Champions Leagues (1995, 1998, 2000, 2003 and 2007).

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Clarence Seedorf

He signed for Milan in January 2014 to be fired in June of that same year. He later was in Shenzhen, Deportivo de la Coruña and the Cameroon national team.

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Alan Shearer

He is remembered as one of the best European strikers, and holds the record for top scorer in the Premier League (260 goals in 441 official matches). He played for Southampton, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle.

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Alan Shearer

He took charge of Newcastle in 2009, with whom he managed just five points from eight games and failed to prevent his team from relegation.

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Hristo Stoichkov

As a player he had his best years at Barcelona where he won 5 Leagues (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1998), 4 Spanish Super Cups (1991, 1992, 1994 and 1996), 2 Copas del Rey (1997 and 1998), 1 Champions League (1992), 2 European Super Cups (1992 and 1997) and 1 European Cup Winners’ Cup (1997).

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Hristo Stoichkov

His career as a coach has been erratic. In April 2007 he signed for Celta de Vigo but was unable to avoid relegation and resigned in October of the same year. In June 2009 he Mamelodi Sundowns from South Africa but he handed in his resignation in March 2010. In June 2013 he took charge of CSKA Sofia, leaving the club a few months later. He is currently the owner of the club.

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Marco van Basten

Magnificent Dutch player, he won 3 Ballon d’Ors (1988, 1989 and 1992), 3 Italian Scudettos with Milan (1988, 1992 and 1993), 2 Italian Super Cups (1988 and 1992), 2 Champions League (1989 and 1990) and 1 European Championship for national teams with the Netherlands in 1988, among other trophies.

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Marco van Basten

As a coach he has managed the Netherlands, Ajax, SC Heerenveen and AZ Alkmaar.

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