Greatest Football Managers of All Time

Below is a list of 50 of the greatest managers of all time, selected by the fanatics over at the 90min football news blog. In ten minutes, how many can you name?
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1
(b. 1941)
Scottish
Manchester United
2
(b. 1946)
Italian
AC Milan
3
(1928–2005)
Dutch
Ajax
4
(b. 1971)
Spanish
Barcelona
Alex Ferguson
Arrigo Sacchi
Rinus Michels
Pep Guardiola
5
(b. 1939)
Italian
Juventus
6
(1947–2016)
Dutch
Barcelona
7
(1925–1992)
Austrian
Feyenoord
8
(1910–1997)
Argentine/French
Inter Milan
Giovanni Trapattoni
Johan Cruyff
Ernst Happel
Helenio Herrera
9
(b. 1963)
Portuguese
Porto
10
(1919–1996)
English
Liverpool
11
(b. 1948)
Italian
Juventus
12
(1909–1994)
Scottish
Manchester United
José Mourinho
Bob Paisley
Marcello Lippi
Matt Busby
13
(b. 1959)
Italian
AC Milan
14
(1912–1979)
Italian
AC Milan
15
(1935–2004)
English
Nottingham Forest
16
(b. 1946)
Italian
AC Milan
Carlo Ancelotti
Nereo Rocco
Brian Clough
Fabio Capello
17
(1922–1990)
Spanish
Real Madrid
18
(b. 1949)
German
Bayern Munich
19
(1913–1981)
Scottish
Liverpool
20
(1921–2006)
Brazilian
Brazil
Miguel Muñoz
Ottmar Hitzfeld
Bill Shankly
Telê Santana
21
(b. 1938)
German
Werder Bremen
22
(b. 1951)
Dutch
Ajax
23
(1939–2002)
Ukrainian
Dynamo Kyiv
24
(1899–1981)
Hungarian
Benfica
Otto Rehhagel
Louis van Gaal
Valeriy Lobanovskyi
Béla Guttmann
25
(b. 1931)
Brazilian
Brazil
26
(b. 1967)
German
Liverpool
27
(1886–1968)
Italian
Italy
28
(1922–1985)
Scottish
Celtic
Mário Zagallo
Jürgen Klopp
Vittorio Pozzo
Jock Stein
29
(1935–2015)
German
Bayern Munich
30
(b. 1949)
French
Arsenal
31
(b. 1945)
Spanish
Real Madrid
32
(b. 1945)
German
Bayern Munich
Udo Lattek
Arsène Wenger
Vicente del Bosque
Jupp Heynckes
33
(b. 1948)
Brazilian
Brazil
24
(b. 1972)
French
Real Madrid
35
(b. 1960)
Spanish
Liverpool
36
(1910–1977)
Soviet Russian
Dynamo Kyiv
Luiz Felipe Scolari
Zinedine Zidane
Rafael Benítez
Viktor Maslov
37
(b. 1945)
German
West Germany
38
(b. 1943)
Brazilian
Brazil
39
(1878–1934)
English
Arsenal
40
(b. 1938)
Spanish
Atlético Madrid
Franz Beckenbauer
Carlos Alberto Parreira
Herbert Chapman
Luis Aragonés
41
(1933–2009)
English
Ipswich Town
42
(b. 1967)
Italian
Juventus
43
(b. 1951)
Scottish
Liverpool
44
(b. 1969)
Italian
Juventus
Bobby Robson
Massimiliano 'Max' Allegri
Kenny Dalglish
Antonio Conte
45
(1920–1999)
English
England
46
(b. 1948)
Swedish
Lazio
47
(1919–2004)
English
Tottenham Hotspur
48
(b. 1951)
Italian
Leicester City
Alf Ramsey
Sven-Goran Eriksson
Bill Nicholson
Claudio Ranieri
49
(1915–1995)
English
West Bromwich Albion
50
(b. 1955)
Argentine
Argentina
Vic Buckingham
Marcelo Bielsa
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