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The Top 50 Managers In World Football Right Now Have Been Named And Ranked

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The Top 50 Managers In World Football Right Now Have Been Named And Ranked

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been named the best managers in world football right now ahead of Diego Simeone and Antonio Conte.

The 50-year-old Spaniard, who is widely regarded as one of the best managers of all time, has once again enjoyed remarkable success with City this season.

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City also dethroned Liverpool from the top of English football after capturing the Premier League title earlier this month.

Guardiola can make history by leading City to their first Champions League title on 29th May as the Premier League champions face Chelsea in Portugal.

The former Bayern Munich and Barcelona manager's remarkable achievements placed him top of FourFourTwo's rankings.

The football magazine hailed Guardiola for "still innovating" and "still finding ways to twist other elite coaches into submission."

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Posted below are the 50 best managers in world football right now, according to FourFourTwo.

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50. Hernan Crespo

49. Thomas Frank

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48. Adi Hutter

47. Ronald Koeman

46. Nuno Espirito Santo

45. Ivan Juric

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44. Oliver Glasner

43. Rafa Benitez

42. Jesse Marsch

41. Dean Smith

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40. Roberto De Zerbi

39. Scott Parker

38. Christian Streich

37. Graham Potter

36. Jose Bordalas

35. Daniel Farke

34. Sean Dyche

33. Urs Fischer

32. David Moyes

31. Diego Martinez

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30. Marcelo Gallardo

29. Sergio Conceicao

28. Simone Inzaghi

27. Niko Kovac

26. Marcelino Garcia Toral

25. Paulo Fonseca

24. Mikel Arteta

23. Christophe Galtier

22. Gennaro Gattuso

21. Zinedine Zidane

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20. Erik ten Hag

19. Jose Mourinho

18. Julen Lopetegui

17. Stefano Pioli

16. Ralph Hasenhuttl

15. Steven Gerrard

14. Carlo Ancelotti

13. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

12. Marco Rose

11. Marcelo Bielsa

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10. Brendan Rodgers

9. Gian Piero Gasperini

8. Mauricio Pochettino

7. Thomas Tuchel

6. Hans-Dieter Flick

5. Julian Nagelsmann

4. Jurgen Klopp

3. Diego Simeone

2. Antonio Conte

1. Pep Guardiola

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Topics: Football, Pep Guardiola, Thomas Tuchel, Mauricio Pochettino, Jurgen Klopp, Julian Nagelsmann, Antonio Conte, Diego Simeone

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