Atletico de Madrid coach Diego Simeone has been voted the best coach of the decade.
Atlético Madrid players celebrate with Diego Simeone, as the International Federation of Football History and Statistics prepared a study in which they announced that Diego Simeone was the best coach of the past decade.
Simeone, who won the annual award for the world‘s best technical director in 2016, tops the list of best coaches of the past 10 years, followed by Pep Guardiola and Jürgen Klopp.
The Atlético Madrid coach performed well with his team, winning a La Liga title, a Copa del Rey, a Spanish Super Cup, two Europa Leagues, two UEFA Super Cup titles and twice finished second in the UEFA Champions League.
In the Top 10, coach Marcelo Gallardo is also located for his excellent work at River Plate, with the same number of points as Mauricio Pochettino, who worked for Tottenham.
Simeone racked up 502 games for Atlético Madrid, where he also stood out as an important player, with a total of 302 wins, 118 draws and 82 losses.
Simeone is the second manager with the most official matches directed and is the current leader of the Spanish league. Cholo’s side are the third most efficient team in European football, according to a report by Catalan newspaper Sport.
Bayern Munich, current champions of the UEFA Champion League, are the team with the most points: 49 out of 63 possible this season, or 78% efficiency. FC Porto are second with 77% (44 out of 57) and Atletico de Madrid, current leaders in La Liga, are ranked third with 75% (47 out of 63).
Ronaldo’s Juventus are in fourth place with 73% (48 of 66) and Guardiola’s Manchester City are fifth with 71% (45 of 63). Then FC Barcelona follows, with the same percentage (68%) as Red Bull Leipzig, Germany and PSG.
After these 3 teams mentioned above, he is followed by Liverpool of the German Jürgen Klopp, with 67% of the points (46 out of 69); while the rest of the Top 10 is completed by Sevilla, Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid, all with 65%