FourFourTwo have ranked the 100 greatest managers of all-time

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FourFourTwo have ranked the 100 greatest managers of all-time.

The popular football magazine have put together an in-depth list of football’s master tacticians, which features Marcelo Bielsa, Arsene Wenger, Jurgen Klopp and more.

Some big names miss out, including Massimiliano Allegri and Antonio Conte.

Meanwhile, Klopp finds himself outside of the top 20 and Jose Mourinho isn’t in the top 10.

The main criteria for FourFourTwo’s list were trophies won, tactical ideas and motivational skills.

So without further ado, let’s get into it.

100. Roy Hodgson

99. Fatih Terim

98. Vaclav Jezek

97. Roberto Mancini

96. Gerard Houllier

95. Hassan Shehata

94. Ferruccio Valcareggi

93. Antonio Conte

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92. Juan Lopez Fontana

91. Raymond Goethals

90. Claudio Ranieri

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89. Jupp Derwall

88. Stan Cullis

87. Mircea Lucescu

86. Vic Buckingham

85. Richard Moller Nielsen

84. Alberto Suppici

83. George Ramsay

82. Fulvio Bernardini

81. Silvia Neid

80. Sepp Herberger

79. Enzo Bearzot

78. Leo Beenhakker

77. Marcelo Bielsa

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76. Guy Roux

75. Walter Smith

74. Tina Theune

73. Didier Deschamps

72. Dettmar Cramer

71. Howard Kendall

70. Carlos Bianchi

69. Hennes Weisweiler

68. Cesar Luis Menotti

67. Gavriil Kachalin

66. Joachim Low

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65. Carlos Bilardo

64. Fernando Santos

63. Emerich Jenei

62. Stefan Kovacs

61. Nevio Scala

60. Tomislav Ivic

59. Vittoria Pozzo

58. Luis Carniglia

57. Frank Rijkaard

56. Don Revie

55. Carlos Alberto Parreira

54. Willie Maley

53. Franz Beckenbauer

52. Sven-Goran Eriksson

51. Jimmy Hogan

50. George Graham

49. Aime Jacquet

48. Luis Aragones

47. Otto Rehhagel

46. Bobby Robson

45. Bill Struth

44. Tele Santana

43. Diego Simeone

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42. Albert Batteux

41. Rafa Benitez

40. Jill Ellis

39. Luiz Felipe Scolari

38. Udo Lattek

37. Guus Hiddink

36. Zinedine Zidane

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35. Bill Nicholson

34. Viktor Maslov

33. Kenny Dalglish

32. Jupp Heynckes

31. Helmut Schon

30. Jock Stein

29. Jurgen Klopp

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28. Jose Villalonga

27. Mario Zagallo

26. Alf Ramsey

25. Herbert Chapman

24. Fabio Capello

23. Arsene Wenger

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22. Bob Paisley

21. Bela Guttmann

20. Louis van Gaal

19. Nereo Rocco

18. Carlo Ancelotti

17. Ottmar Hitzfeld

16. Miguel Munoz

15. Vicente del Bosque

14. Giovanni Trapattoni

13. Marcelo Lippi

12. Jose Mourinho

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11. Brian Clough

10. Valeriy Lobanovskyi

9. Ernst Happel

8. Helenio Herrera

7. Matt Busby

6. Arrigo Sacchi

5. Pep Guardiola

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4. Bill Shankly

3. Johan Cruyff

2. Rinus Michels

1. Alex Ferguson

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So, unsurprisingly, Manchester United icon Sir Alex Ferguson is ranked No.1.

That’s an outcome that won’t cause a great deal of controversy. He did win 13 Premier League titles, after all.

Bielsa at No.77 stands out. The Argentinian, currently coach of Leeds United, is a great tactician but probably doesn’t have the trophy cabinet required to place him much higher.

He’s certainly brought more creative ideas to the game than Zidane has, but Bielsa doesn’t have the three Champions League trophies that the Real Madrid boss can boast.

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Klopp is only heading further and further towards the top. The German, who won two Bundesliga titles with Borussia Dortmund, is currently performing miracles at Liverpool.

He should soon have a Premier League winner’s medal to go along with his Champions League medal.

Meanwhile, with each passing season Mourinho’s hopes of being the greatest of all-time take a bigger hit.

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