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Abel Ferreira and Tate appear in the list of the best coaches in the world;  Guardiola is driving |  international football

Abel Ferreira and Tate appear in the list of the best coaches in the world; Guardiola is driving | international football

This Tuesday, the traditional English magazine FourFourTwo released its annual ranking of the 50 best coaches in the world. Pep Guardiola appeared at the top for the third time in a row, and Brazilian football is represented by two names: Abel Ferreira and Titus.

Abel Ferreira was named the 26th best coach in the world – Photo: Cesar Greco

The Portuguese Palmeiras captain, who was compared with Jose Mourinho by publication (read the full text at the bottom of the page), was six places ahead of the coach of the Brazilian national team – 26th and 32nd, respectively. Tite already appeared in the previous version, in the thirty-fifth.

Tite, the only Brazilian on the list, appeared for the second year in a row – Photo: Andre Durao

In the 2022 edition, the Premier League dominates the top ten and Jurgen Klopp, Antonio Conte, Mikel Arteta and Graham Potter are still in the top ten – not to mention Thomas Tuchel, whose club has yet to be sacked by Chelsea. Carlo Ancelotti, the last Champions League champion with Real Madrid, is second.

In addition to Tite, six other coaches of the national team are remembered: Hansi Flick of Germany, Lionel Scaloni of Argentina, Roberto Mancini of Italy, Kasper Hjolmand of Denmark, Luis Enrique of Spain and Gareth Southgate of England.

Guardiola took first place for the third year in a row – Photo: Getty Images

  1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)
  2. Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid)
  3. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)
  4. Antonio Conte (Tottenham)
  5. Stefano Pioli (AC Milan)
  6. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal)
  7. Thomas Tuchel (no club)
  8. Graham Potter (Chelsea)
  9. Julian Nagelsmann (Bayern Munich)
  10. Diego Simeone (Atletico Madrid)
  11. Hans-Dieter Flick (Germany)
  12. Christophe Galtier (Paris Saint-Germain)
  13. Eddie Howe (Newcastle)
  14. Xavi (Barcelona)
  15. Eric Ten Hag (Manchester United)
  16. Lionel Scaloni (Argentina)
  17. Christian Streiche (Freiburg)
  18. Roberto Mancini (Italy)
  19. Urs Fischer (Union Berlin)
  20. Unai Emery (Villarreal)
  21. Oliver Glasner (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  22. Mauricio Pochettino (no club)
  23. Gian Piero Gasperini (Atalanta)
  24. Arne slot (Feyenoord)
  25. David Moyes (West Ham)
  26. Abel Ferreira (Palmeiras)
  27. Luciano Spalletti (Naples)
  28. Julen Lopetegui (no club)
  29. Casper Hjolmand (Denmark)
  30. Ange Postecoglou (Celtic)
  31. Marcelo Gallardo (River Plate)
  32. Tete (Brazil)
  33. Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace)
  34. Luis Enrique (Spain)
  35. Jose Mourinho (Roma)
  36. Ivan Juric (Turin)
  37. Thomas Frank (Brentford)
  38. Regis Le Press (Lorient)
  39. Marco Silva (Fulham)
  40. Simon Inzaghi (Internazionale)
  41. Roberto de Zerbe (Brighton)
  42. Igor Theodor (Olympique Marseille)
  43. Lucien Favre (Nice)
  44. Giovanni van Bronckhorst (Rangers)
  45. Paolo Fonseca (Lille)
  46. Vincenzo Italiano (Fiorentina)
  47. Jesse Marsh (Leeds)
  48. Marco Rose (RB Leipzig)
  49. Maurizio Sarri (Lazio)
  50. Gareth Southgate (England)

See the passages where Abel Ferreira and Tate quote

“Abel Ferreira says he learned a lot from the director of football. Well, the successive Libertadores titles are from video games.

Ferrera’s team can only work in the middle of the block and take wins when they need to, but as a character, Ferrera guarantees the box office. Allocates victories to “boring neighbor”, has rabbit energy on the sidelines And turned Palmeiras’ mentality into a winning streak – So comparisons with Jose Mourinho are appropriateto say the least… except that it is rooted in empathy and academic football.

“The biggest development in Palmeiras after Abel’s arrival was the sense of appreciation and belonging among all those working at the club, from the chef to the core classes, the professional team and the board,” said Mateus Augustin, an analyst in Brazil. He is precisely the luxury factor of Brazilian football and he is already a legend in South America for his achievements.”

“It is not worth seeing what Tite has not seen in football. The Brazil coach has turned 60, started a great generation of national team stars and reached the Copa America final – his team is among the favorites for the World Cup and he is still a skilled international coach who has been able to find Harmony in the Brazilian samba stars.

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