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This is a list of all the professional soccer manager articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

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Valery Karpin: Helping Russia To Qualify For Qatar 2022

Barely three years after hanging up his boots, the Russian Valery Karpin is a successful businessman with a profile very different from your typical ex-player. The former Real Sociedad and Celta Vigo star, whose career took off at Spartak Moscow …

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Zinedine Zidane caught head butting in World Cup Final

Zinedine Zidane: The Master Of Madness

Zinedine Zidane is one of the greatest soccer players in the game’s history, a true legend who achieved all there is to achieve and did it in style. But what made this French attacking midfielder special, and why has a …

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Hiroshi Nanami: A Former Japanese Icon

Hiroshi Nanami’s silky skills and lethal left foot were vital to Japan’s qualification for the FIFA World Cup and Jubilo Iwata’s dominance of the J.League in the late 1990s. The History Of Soccer team explores the career of the former …

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Toni Polster: Austria’s All-Time Top Scorer

Toni Polster joined the History Of Soccer team for an exclusive interview to look back at his glittering career, and he still looked as confident and composed as he was in front of goal during his playing days. In his …

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Cesar Luis Menotti Receiving An Argentina Shirt In A Press Conference

Cesar Luis Menotti: Raised Argentina’s Game To New Levels

Argentine soccer, recognized among the finest globally, owes its lofty standing in no small measure to Cesar Luis Menotti. The arrival of El Flaco (‘The Thin One’), as he was known from an early age, was a turning point in …

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vittorio pozzo holding the world cup trophy aloft with his team

Vittorio Pozzo: The Master That Made Italian Soccer Great

In a brilliant four-year period, Vittorio Pozzo led the Italian national team to two FIFA World Cups and an Olympic gold medal, establishing himself as one of the greatest coaching figures in soccer history. Il Vecchio Maestro (‘the old master’) …

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Luis Cubilla soccer player

Luis Cubilla: Won 33 Major Trophies As Player And Manager

Luis Cubilla was an Uruguayan soccer player and soccer manager. Cubilla won 16 major titles during his playing career. Afterward, he went on to achieve 17 major trophies as a manager in South American football. Born in Paysandu, Uruguay, on …

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Graham Taylor Ex-England Manager

Graham Taylor: Real Gentleman And Brillant Football Brain

Graham Taylor served as an English football player, manager, pundit, and chairman. He was England’s manager from 1990 to 1993. Aston Villa, Watford, and Lincoln City were three of the great English clubs managed by Graham Taylor during the post-war …

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Hugo Meisl – The Austrian Mastermind

Austria had a team whose quality and verve sent shockwaves throughout Europe in the 1930s. Wunderteam founder Hugo Meisl is often compared to the great Hungarian team of 1950 and the great Brazilian team of 1970 as the father of …

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Marcelo Bielsa Soccer Manager

Marcelo Bielsa: The Most Influential Coach of the 21st Century

Managerial success is measured in silverware, but rarely do we consider the long-term influence of a coach on their players and peers. Marcelo Bielsa can’t boast a lavish trophy cabinet, but what he does enjoy is the acclaim of some …

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