Ancelotti has a great chance of becoming the first Italian manager to win more than one European Cup. Guardiola has won two in the last 11 years. Mourinho has won two of the past three competitions. Ferguson has won two. Which manager has won the most UEFA Champions League titles? will you vote for him or the other one? Read on to find out! Also, don’t forget to rate these managers!
Ancelotti is in process of staking a claim for UEFA Champions League history
Ancelotti is on a mission to win the European Cup for the fourth time. He has already won the competition three times, winning the Champions League twice with Milan and once with Real Madrid. Real Madrid has won the Champions League 13 times, more than any other club in the history of the competition. Ancelotti has been a manager for Real Madrid for four seasons, and will be looking to make history once again.
Guardiola has won two in the past 11 years
Pep Guardiola has won two Champions League titles in his career, both with Barcelona. His first title came in 2008-09 with Barcelona, beating Manchester United in Rome in the final. Since then, he has only won one more title with any club, but he is still the most successful manager in the competition. Guardiola is the best manager in the world, and he has won a total of 33 trophies in 14 years.
Mourinho has won all three European competitions
During his career, Jose Mourinho has been the only manager to win all three major UEFA competitions. His five European titles, including three as a manager of Real Madrid, include UEFA Cups and the Champions League. He also has been runner-up three times. The Portuguese have won two league honors with Porto, the Supertaca Candido de Oliveira in 2002 and the Taca de Portugal in 2003. In 2003, Mourinho also won the UEFA Cup and the Champions League.
Ferguson has won twice
Sir Alex Ferguson was a Scottish football manager for the Manchester United team. He was appointed as their manager in 1986 and won 38 trophies, including the Premier League, FA Cup, and the Champions League. In 2008, he pulled off a historic treble by winning the Champions League final with Manchester United. He was credited with securing the treble after scoring a late goal to beat Chelsea. In 2012, he won the Champions League for the second time, but both times his teams fell to Barcelona, led by Pep Guardiola.
Klopp has reached three finals
Jurgen Klopp has stepped up to the challenge at Liverpool after taking over in 2015. The German has now made his fourth appearance in the Champions League final, equalling Sir Alex Ferguson’s record. During his time in England, Klopp managed Borussia Dortmund to one final and has now reached his fourth. Only Carlo Ancelotti and Sir Alex Ferguson have reached more finals than Klopp, who is also aiming for a quadruple this season.
Trapattoni is the most decorated manager in Italian football history
Giovanni Trapattoni is an Italian football manager who won four league titles. He is considered one of the most successful managers of all time and is one of only three renowned tacticians to have won a title in more than one country. Before becoming a manager, he played for AC Milan, where he won two Serie A titles and two European Cups. He is known for his style of play and was a defensive midfielder for AC Milan, and was once pitted against Portuguese legend Eusebio in the 1963 European Cup final.
Munoz is the most decorated manager in Spanish football history
Miguel Munoz, born in Barcelona, Spain, is a former player and manager. He won the European Cup in 1958 and capped Real Madrid in two consecutive competition wins. After retiring from football at the age of thirty-six, he became a reserve team coach before becoming the main squad’s coach in 1959. Under Munoz, Real won nine league titles, including three in succession, during his time as manager.
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