4 Top Incredible Records Created By Football Managers That Might Never Be Broken

Just like football players, managers also have records they create in their respective football careers. While leading their clubs in different competitions, some managers have been able to create lots of astounding records.

Over the years, some managerial records have been tagged as the “greatest of all time,” such that no other manager has been able to create such records in football history.

Thus, we will be looking at four such records, and these records are such that might be hard to break (for now). These records are created by 4 different managers.

Below are the four (4) managers and the respective records they created:

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  • Carlo Ancelotti

Adding to his long list of trophies, the Italian recently helped Real Madrid win the 2021/22 La Liga title. This made him the first-ever manager to win each of the top five European leagues; namely the English Premier League (EPL), Italian Serie A, French Ligue 1, German Bundesliga, and Spanish La Liga. He has won at least one title in each of these leagues.

  • Zinedine Zidane

As coach of Real Madrid, he won the UEFA Champions League an unprecedented three times consecutively. He won the title in 2016, 2017, and 2018 consecutively.

  • Pep Guardiola – qualified for the Champions League Semi-finals 9 times
  • Sir Alex Ferguson – won 13 Premier League titles
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Thus, these are some of the greatest records created by football managers in football history. No other manager has been able to create such a record apart from these managers.

This means that no other manager has won more Premier League titles than Alex Ferguson to date), and no other manager has qualified for the UCL Semi-final more than Pep Guardiola. Also, no other manager has won the UCL title 3 consecutive timebase Zinedine Zidane did.

What do you think about this? Which of these records is the hardest to break? Share your thoughts and opinions.

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