1998 FIFA World Cup managers

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Guus Hiddink

    Guus Hiddink


    Guus Hiddink (born 8 November 1946) is a Dutch football manager and former player.

  2. Glenn Hoddle

    Glenn Hoddle


    Glenn Hoddle (born 27 October 1957) is an English former footballer and manager who played as a midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur, AS Monaco, Chelsea and Swindon Town and at international level for England. He was most recently first team coach at Queens Park Rangers having been appointed, on a part-time basis, to assist Harry Redknapp in the summer of 2014. However, following Redknapp's resignation in February 2015, Hoddle also left the club.

  3. Mario Zagallo

    Mario Zagallo


    Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo (born 9 August 1931) is a Brazilian former football player and manager. He was the first footballer to win the World Cup both as a manager and as a player, World Cup 1958 and World Cup 1962 as a player and the World Cup 1970 and World Cup 1994 as a manager.

  4. Daniel Passarella

    Daniel Passarella


    Daniel Alberto Passarella (born 25 May 1953) is an Argentine retired footballer who played as a centre back, and former manager of the Argentina and Uruguay national football teams. He was captain of the Argentina team that won the 1978 World Cup. He was president of the River Plate sports club for 4 years after winning the elections by a very close margin in December 2009.

  5. Aimé Jacquet

    Aimé Jacquet


    Aimé Étienne Jacquet (born 27 November 1941) is a retired French football coach and former player. He was manager of the France national football team that won the 1998 FIFA World Cup.

  6. Carlos Alberto Parreira

    Carlos Alberto Parreira


    Carlos Alberto Gomes Parreira (born 27 February 1943, in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian former football manager. He managed Brazil to victory at the 1994 World Cup, the 2004 Copa América, and the 2005 Confederations Cup. He was last manager of the South Africa national football team.

  7. Javier Clemente

    Javier Clemente


    Javier Clemente Lázaro (born 12 March 1950) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a midfielder, and the current manager of Libya.

  8. Claude Le Roy

    Claude Le Roy


    Claude Le Roy (born in Bois-Normand-près-Lyre, February 6, 1948) is a French football manager and former player, who gained prominence at international level as coach to the Senegal and Ghana national teams. In 2008, he signed a deal with the Omani national football team and in 2009, he signed a second 4-year contract with the team.

  9. Berti Vogts

    Berti Vogts


    Hans-Hubert "Berti" Vogts (born 30 December 1946 in Büttgen) is a former German footballer. He played for Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Bundesliga his whole professional club career and won the FIFA World Cup with West Germany in 1974. He later managed Germany (winning Euro 96 with them), Scotland, Nigeria and Azerbaijan national team. He is currently a technical advisor to United States head coach Jürgen Klinsmann.

  10. Henryk Kasperczak

    Henryk Kasperczak


    Henryk Wojciech Kasperczak (born 10 July 1946 in Zabrze) is a Polish football manager and a football player who is currently the manager of Tunisia.

  11. Cesare Maldini

    Cesare Maldini


    Cesare Maldini (born 5 February 1932) is a football manager and former player with A.C. Milan. A commanding defender, with good technique and an excellent ability to read the game, he was usually deployed as a centre back, or as a sweeper, although he was also capable of functioning as a right-back. At club level, Maldini won 4 Serie A league titles and 1 European Cup with Milan. Internationally, he played for the Italian national team, earning 25 caps and participating in the 1962 World Cup.

  12. Cha Bum-Kun

    Cha Bum-Kun


    Cha Bum-kun (Hangul차범근; born 22 May 1953) is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany ("Cha Boom") because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. The nickname was first used by the German Kicker Magazine, which also named Cha as one of the greatest footballers of the 1980s. Cha was born in Hwaseong in the South Korean province of Gyeonggi. By 1972 he had been capped by the Korean national team as the youngest player in history called up to the squad. After developing into the top player in his country, Cha wanted to play in Germany's Bundesliga. Cha promised to learn skills in Germany and help Korea advance in football. He eventually rose to international stardom and fulfilled his promise by coming back to South Korea after his retirement and starting youth football clinics. He coached the national team in the 1998 FIFA World Cup and also Ulsan Hyundai and Suwon Samsung Bluewings of the K League. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team. During his career, Cha has played for SV Darmstadt 98, Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer 04 Leverkusen, and represented his national side 135 times, scoring 58 goals. He was given the title Asia's Player of the Century by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics. He is the all time leading goal scorer for the South Korean national team.

  13. Bo Johansson

    Bo Johansson


    Bo "Bosse" Johansson (born 28 November 1942) is a Swedish former football player and current football coach.

  14. Hernán Darío Gómez

    Hernán Darío Gómez


    Hernán Darío Gómez Jaramillo, also known as El Bolillo (born February 3, 1956 in Medellín) is a Colombian ex-football player and the current manager of Panama.

  15. Herbert Prohaska

    Herbert Prohaska


    Herbert Prohaska (born 8 August 1955 in Vienna, Austria) is a retired Austrian football player. He ranks among Austria's greatest football players of all time. Prohaska is currently working as a football pundit for the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF). His nickname "Schneckerl", Viennese dialect for curly hair, derives from his curly haircut in his younger years. A talented, combative midfielder, Prohaska played as a deep-lying playmaker, known for his precision passing.

  16. Steve Sampson

    Steve Sampson


    Steve Sampson (born January 19, 1957) is a soccer coach and the former head coach of the United States men's national team and the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer. By the media, he is nicknamed Uncle Sam.

  17. René Simões

    René Simões


    René Rodrigues Simões (born December 17, 1952) is a Brazilian football head coach and former footballer, who is the current manager of Figueirense.

  18. Egil Olsen

    Egil Olsen


    Egil Roger Olsen (born 22 April 1942 in Fredrikstad), nicknamed Drillo, is a Norwegian football manager and former footballer. He is best known as a highly successful manager of the Norway national team. He has since been manager of the Iraqi national football team, his departure from which caused considerable attention. In January 2009, he made a comeback as manager for the Norwegian national football team.

  19. Henri Michel

    Henri Michel


    Henri Michel (born 29 October 1947 in Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône) is a former French footballer and current coach. He played as a midfielder and later went on to coach various clubs and national teams all over the world.

  20. Henri Michel

    Henri Michel


    Henri Michel (April 28, 1907, Vidauban, Var – June 5, 1986, Paris) was a French historian, who studied the Second World War. He created the Comité d'Histoire de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale and the Revue d'Histoire de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale.

  21. Mohammed Al-Kharashy

    Mohammed Al-Kharashy


    Mohammed Al-Kharashy is a football manager from Saudi Arabia.

  22. Philippe Troussier

    Philippe Troussier


    Philippe Omar Troussier (born 21 March 1955) is a French former professional footballer and current manager.

  23. Jalal Talebi

    Jalal Talebi


    Seyed Jalal Talebi (Persian: جلال طالبی‎‎, born 23 March 1942 in Tehran) is a retired Iranian football player and manager.

  24. Hristo Bonev

    Hristo Bonev


    Hristo Atanasov Bonev-Zuma (Bulgarian: Христо Aтанасов Бонев; born 3 February 1947 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria) is a former Bulgarian footballer, the second all-time leading scorer for the Bulgarian national team behind Dimitar Berbatov, who surpassed his record on 18 November 2009. Currently he manages PFC Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the Bulgarian A PFG. One of the greatest Bulgarian footballers, Bonev was renowned for his vision and technique.

  25. Craig Brown (footballer)

    Craig Brown (footballer)


    James Craig Brown CBE (born 1 July 1940) is a Scottish former professional football player and manager. He is currently a non executive director of Aberdeen. Brown was manager of Scotland from 1993 to 2001, the longest tenure for a Scotland manager. Under Brown, Scotland qualified for both Euro '96 in England and the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France. He has also managed Aberdeen, Motherwell, Preston North End and Clyde.

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