Mourinho Named Best Coach Of The Century

source: iffhs
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The International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) is a non-governmental organization specializing in football statistics and historical records. On Monday, local time, IFFHS announced the ranking of the best head coaches for the first 20 years of this century. Mourinho reached the top, Low ranked second, Ferguson and Guardiola tied for third. China‘s former national football coach Lippi, ranked 15th. Every year, IFFHS will select the best club coach and the best national team coach in the top 20 lists. When calculating the 20-year overall ranking, IFFHS converts the 20-year ranking into points, and then adds the 20-year points to get the coach’s final score. When calculating the annual points, IFFHS is based on the score of 20 points for the first place, 19 points for the second place, and so on. In the overall rankings, Mourinho ranked first with 226 points. Love ranked second with 213 points, and Ferguson and Guardiola tied for third with 183 points. Osaszky

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