The ranking of the coaches who have won the most Champions

El ránking de los entrenadores que más Champions han ganado


If he Real Madrid win to Liverpool the Champions League finalAncelotti will become the coach that more times he has won the tournament: four. Ancelotti is legend. Such recognition corresponds to him beyond the result of the Paris final adding more or leaving his numbers the same. The Italian coach, in these previous moments, is matched with Bob Paisley Y Zidane with three titles each. The three, Interestingly, they have been, or are, coaches of Real Madrid and Liverpool, the two finalist clubs in this edition.

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Bob Paisley it is a legend net. Surely the biggest. The technician born in Sunderland, in 1919, was almost half a century linked to Liverpool. First as a player (he was a defender), then as a physiotherapist and coach, and finally as a manager. He passed away on February 14, 1996, in Liverpool.

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The paisley legacy It is remembered as Liverpool’s most glorious stage. Between 1974 and 1983, Paisley led Liverpool to win six league titles, three European Cups, one UEFA Cup, three League Cups, six Community Shields and one European Super Cup. Paisley was also the first coach to win three European Cups with the same club. Later Zidane would match him with his three titles with Madrid.

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Bob Paisley, ‘red’ legend, poses at Anfield with one of the three European Cups he won as Liverpool manager.

Apart from these three trainers, other 17 have won the title in Two occasions. In addition, seven coaches have won the tournament as player and coach: Miguel Muñoz, Trapattoni, Cruyff, Ancelotti, Rijkaard, Guardiola and Zidane. Among these, the ones with the most titles are Muñoz and Ancelotti, with five. Both achieved two as a player and three as a coach. Also in this section he can remain the solo leader.

WINNING COACHES OF THE CHAMPIONS

COACH CLUB TITLES
Bob Paisley LIVERPOOL (3) 3
CARLO ANCELOTTI MILAN (2) and REAL MADRID (1) 3
ZINEDINE ZIDANE REAL MADRID (3) 3
JOSE VILLALONGA REAL MADRID (2) two
LOUIS CARNIGLIA REAL MADRID (2) two
BELA GUTTMAN BENFICA (2) two
HELENIO HERRERA INTER MILAN (2) two
MIGUEL MUÑOZ REAL MADRID (2) two
NEREO ROCCO MILAN (2) two
STEFAN KOVACS AJAX (2) two
DETTMAR CRAMER BAYERN MUNICH (2) two
Brian Clough NOTTINGHAM FOREST (2) two
ERNST HAPPEL FEYENOORD (1) and HAMBURG (1) two
ARRIGO SACCHI MILAN (2) two
OTTMAR HITZFELD BORUSSIA DORTMUND (1) and BAYERN (1) two
VICENTE DEL BOSQUE REAL MADRID (2) two
ALEX FERGUSON MANCHESTER UNITED (2) two
JOSE MOURINHO PORTO (1) and INTER MILAN (1) two
PEP GUARDIOLA BARCELONA (2) two
JUPP HEYNCKES REAL MADRID (1) AND BAYERN (1) two
23 COACHES WITH 1 TITLE

five coaches have won the title with two different clubs: Ernst Happel (Feyenoord and Hamburg), Ottmar Hitzfield (Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich), Mourinho (Porto and Inter Milan), Jupp Heynckess (Real Madrid and Bayern Munich) and Ancelotti (Milan and Real Madrid).

2001121360019Ancelotti, embraced by Baresi, lifts the Champions League won in 1989 against Steaua Bucharest (4-0) when he played for Milan. Behind, Van Basten and Ruud Gullit.

As is known as the Capocannoniere to the top scorer of the Italian league, we can well say that Carlo Ancelotti he is ‘il capo allenatore’ (head coach) of the Champions League. Curiously, its relationship with the European Cup started from crossed way, because when he was a Roma player, with whom he had won the Scudetto The previous season, he could not play the final against Liverpool, in 1984, precisely held in Rome and in which Liverpool won on penalties after finishing 1-1 in regulation time and after extra time.

CURIOSITIES

-The head coach in win the european cup it was spanish Joseph Villalongawith Real Madrid, in 1956. He would also be the first to win a second title as he would repeat his success the following year.

-The first coach to win the competition under the name of Champions League it was Raymond Goethalswith Olympique de Marseille, in 1993.

-Coach younger to win the European Cup was Jose Villalonga, in 1956, aged 36 years and 185 days).

-The youngern in earning under the name of Champions League it is Guardiolain 2009, with 38 years and 129 days.

-Raymond Goethals is the coach who won with Olderin 1993, with 71 years and 232 days.

-By nationality of the coaches Italy dominates, with 12 titles, followed by Spain (10), Germany (9), England and the Netherlands (7)…

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