Abel Ferreira and Tite appear in the list of the best coaches in the world

Traditional English magazine released the ranking of the 50 best coaches today, with Abel Ferreira and Tite representing Brazilian football on the list; check out

the technicians Abel Ferreira and Titus represent Brazilian football in the “Four Four Two” list of the best coaches in the world. The traditional English football magazine released this Tuesday, 18, its long-awaited annual ranking of the 50 best coaches in the world. Pep Guardiolaof Manchester Cityappeared at the top of the list for the third time in a row.

In the previous edition of the ranking, in 2021, Tite was positioned in 35th place. This year, the coach of the Brazilian team rose three positions and was in 32nd, but still finished below Abel Ferreira. The Palmeiras commander ranked 26th and was entitled to comparison with Jose MourinhoPortuguese multi-champion.

“He dedicates victories to his ‘annoying neighbour’, he has the energy of a rabbit on the sidelines and transformed the mentality of Palmeiras; to be a series winner – so comparisons with José Mourinho are apt”published the “Four Four Two”.

In this 2022 edition, the Premier League took over the rankings, as five of the top ten ranked coach English clubs: Pep Guardiola, from Manchester City, Jürgen Kloppfrom Liverpool, Antonio Contefrom Tottenham, Mikel Artetafrom Arsenal, and Graham Potterfrom Chelsea. Carlo Ancelotticurrent Champions League champions with Real Madrid, came in 2nd.

Tite is once again among the best in the world (Credit: Getty Images)

Check out the top 10 below

1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City);
2. Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid);
3. Jürgen Klopp (Liverpool);
4. Antonio Conte (Tottenham);
5. Stefano Pioli (Milan);
6. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal);
7. Thomas Tuchel (no club);
8. Graham Potter (Chelsea);
9. Julian Nagelsmann (Bayern Munich);
10. Diego Simeone (Atlético de Madrid)

In addition to Tite, other national team coaches appeared along the list. Hansi Flickfrom Germany, Lionel Scalonifrom Argentina, Roberto Mancinifrom Italy, and Kasper Hjulmand, from Denmark, were ahead of the Brazilian commander. Already Luis Enriquefrom Spain, and Gareth Southgatefrom England, finished below Adenor Bachi.

Source: sportbuzz

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