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Top 10 Managers With Most Trophies In The 21st Century Revealed

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Top 10 Managers With Most Trophies In The 21st Century Revealed

Pep Guardiola is the most successful manager in the past 21 years, beating his arch nemesis Jose Mourinho into third place.

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The Manchester City boss has been the dominant force in football since taking over at Barcelona in 2008, winning a La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League treble in his first year in charge.

Since then there's been no turning back for the former Barca midfielder, who is on the verge of yet another league title this season with Manchester City.

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Whilst he continues to chase his first Champions League since 2011, Guardiola has become the most successful manager in the past 13 years, winning 30 trophies with Barca, City and Bayern Munich.

As per Transfermarkt, the 50-year-old's haul of trophies, which does include two Community Shields whilst managing in England, beats former Shakhtar Donetsk manager Mircea Lucescu into second place.

2) Mircea Lucescu - 28

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Dynamo Kiev boss Lucescu won the Europa League with Shakhtar. Image: PA Images
Dynamo Kiev boss Lucescu won the Europa League with Shakhtar. Image: PA Images

3) Jose Mourinho - 25

4) Ramon Tribulietx - 21

5) Carlo Ancelotti - 20

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=) Sir Alex Ferguson - 20

Manchester United's Premier League title in 2013 was 'Fergie's' final trophy before retiring. Image: PA Images
Manchester United's Premier League title in 2013 was 'Fergie's' final trophy before retiring. Image: PA Images

7) David Jeffrey - 16

8) Laurent Blanc - 15

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9) Jorge Jesus -14

=) Arsene Wenger - 14

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Despite beating rival Mourinho by 15 trophies during their managerial careers, Guardiola is actually below the future Roma manager in a list of the greatest managers of the 21st century.

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The International Federation of Football History & Statistics named the former Manchester United and Spurs boss as their number one.

Guardiola was joint third with Ferguson, with Joachim Low sitting between the others in second on his own.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Manchester City, Chelsea, Football, Manchester United, Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola, Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Premier League, Arsenal

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