Top coaches who have not been successful in the Premier League

Top coaches who have not been successful in the Premier League

Being fired doesn’t mean you’re a failure. For England, this is the order of things. Here Mauricio Pochettino was fired, who personally transformed Tottenham from the middle peasant to the grand one with ambitions. Jose Mourinho was also fired – more than once.

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Louis van Gaal – Manchester United

After David Moyes was fired from the club, Louis van Gaal was confirmed as Manchester United’s new coach in 2014. He won the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich, the Eredivisie with AZ and La Liga with Barcelona, ​​and brought the Netherlands to third place at the 2014 World Cup. Van Gaal looked like a coach who could resurrect Manchester United following the resignation of Sir Alex Ferguson. Unfortunately, this was not the case.

It is noteworthy that van Gaal’s statistics at Manchester United – 52.43% of wins – is the worst in his entire career. The mixed results saw the club drop from fourth in their first season to fifth in their second. So no one was surprised when Louis van Gaal was fired from the club, despite winning the FA Cup with the team.

Juande Ramos – Tottenham

Juande Ramos’ coaching career peaked at Sevilla (where he won the UEFA Cup several times in a row) and Tottenham Hotspur were quick to offer him a contract after Martin Yol was sacked in 2007. Spurs at that time were in the relegation zone and needed volitional changes. However, they were wrong, assuming that the Spanish specialist would change something.

With him, Spurs moved out of the relegation zone into the middle of the table, winning the League Cup at the end of the season. However, the club soon returned to mediocre results: in the new season, Londoners Juande Ramos scored just two points in eight games. In October 2008, just a year after he was hired, the Spanish manager was fired and replaced by Harry Redknapp.

Frank De Boer – Crystal Palace

After a brilliant career as a football player, the transformation of Frank de Boer into a coach was accompanied by more than one fiasco. Although he won the Eredivisie four times with Ajax, his successes were few. The former Barcelona star, in particular, will want to forget his time at the helm of Crystal Palace forever.

Despite being fired by Inter Milan after 14 games, the Eagles still thought the manager was worth the risk. It was their worst mistake ever. Hired in June 2017 and sacked by September 2017, de Boer lost his first four league games when the team didn’t score a single goal, breaking a 93-year record.

Jose Mourinho has described Frank de Boer as the worst coach in Premier League history and is hard to argue with.

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