Who is the most admirable coach of Engliand soccer?

@sutent (1061)
China
December 16, 2009 7:43pm CST
Hi soccer fans, I just had browsed a report of " the first 10 coaches of England soccer". Among those first 10 coaches, Ferguson, Wenger, Mourinho, Capllo, Hiddink and Benitez are well-known to all of us. As i have to work now, i just introduce them very briefly. Ferguson is wily, experienced coach with great achievement on Man United. Wengwer is a scholarly coach addicting on offensive soccer. Mourinho is characteristic coach emphasizing on tough defensive. Capllo is an absoluted meritorious coach, who had acquired many kinds of champions. Hiddink is marvelous coach, ecpecially leading Korea national team to the semi-finals on 1998 world cup. Benitez is famous for his great succuss on Cup Matches. What your opinion on those coaches? What's your favourable coach? Look forward to your sharing
6 responses
• India
17 Dec 09
All the coaches that you have mentioned have their own talent and style of the game and to me all of them are the best once. If you as them to coach for england and win the world cup i am sure all the top coaches can. Here in national team the talents are already spotted. but grooming all the talents to one team is the challenging task.
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• United States
18 Dec 09
South Korea run into semifinal in 2002 rather than 1998.
@sblossom (2169)
23 Jun 10
I'm not football fan but I live in the UK. so I have many chances to see football games on tv. Now it's world cup time and today is really great because England is qualified for next round and I'm very happy for England. I like Rooney and wish he can do better job afterwards.
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• China
17 Dec 09
uhh…… It's really a ticklish question.I just wanna take some words about Big Four coaches in the current service. Ferguson: Obviously, No one candoubt his "godfather" level in the premier league. His nearly-eagle-style, weird criticisms and dominant management. The most trophies top in the EPL is quite enough to demonstrate it. Wenger: A scholary coach of know-to-all, or to say jack-of-all-trades. He even know the economics and BCs. His non-stopping offensive, Rococco-abudant tactics is really really excellent and regarded as the only team compared with Barsa. Also, His Midas eyes. How many nobody in the oblivion turn to be a top ace? Ancelotti: Not a long time in the EPL, the Italian show his rock-steady to all of us. Lose to Wigan is mayb a little break-down but Ancelotti do transplant the essence of the Defense to the Blues. What he wanna improve as i see is , first, oral English and second, mix into the atmosphere of EPL. Benitez: Master of the cups and jack of the leagues. Similiar situation when he was the manager of Valencia. I'm quite sure that KOP fans is not greedy for they need a league title rather than a second ECL champion. Remember last time they won the leadership? 1990 as i remember.Too bad ,it's really terrible.
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@akuler (3534)
• Malaysia
17 Dec 09
Hi sutent, Every coach has their own strengths and weaknesses. And most of them depend on their players to transform their planning to result. No coach can make a result without a proper selective players. I don't think Ferguson, Wenger or Bernitez can make the Leeds United champion of the Premier League with their current players. Maybe not even in the top four or seven to play in Europe. Every coach need the correct player to play with their system. But my favorite coach is Kenny Doulglish. He is the best ever Liverpool coach since I support them. Every Liverpool fan will say Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley are the greater Manager but I never saw them and i don't know how they manage their players. But The won a lot of thropies for Liverpool.
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• Malaysia
18 Dec 09
In terms of success nobody beat Sir Alex. He have build Man U team from young breed to win the League. Built the generation of Beckham, Giggs, Scholes to Ronaldo, Van der Sar in which won at least a Champions League and many PL title. In terms of spotting young talent, Arsene have spot many. Buying player from young and train them, although some not patient enough and request to be sold or lack of success but these players such as Upson, Bentley, Ashely Cole have colour the League in recent years.
@yelambar (144)
• India
17 Dec 09
i admire Wegner because he rarely makes a mistake spotting talent. He has built a very talented team by spotting talent at an early age and training them. i also like David Moyes because he rescued Everton from relegation worries a few seasons ago and has put together a strong team.