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David Moyes

Learning The Trade

David Moyes took his first steps into management in 1998 when, as player-manager at Preston North End, he inspired them to survival and then took them into Division One as champions. Here, the former Everton manager discusses his first experiences of coaching, which started as a young player at Celtic
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Quique Sánchez Flores

Experiencing England

Former Valencia and Atlético Madrid manager Quique Sánchez Flores was first appointed Watford head coach in the summer of 2015. Here, he revisits his first season in the Premier League
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Diego Simeone

El Cholo

Diego Simeone has successfully transformed Atletico Madrid into a consistent threat to Real Madrid and Barcelona in Spanish football. Here, the respected Argentinian revisits his first steps into coaching
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Alan Pardew

Making the grade

Before becoming a Premier League manager with the likes of West Ham, Newcastle United and Crystal Palace, Alan Pardew played non-league football. Here, he revisits the playing days spent alongside teammates including England head coach Gareth Southgate and Ian Wright
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Xabi Alonso

The Liverpool Years

Before moving to Real Madrid and ultimately Bayern Munich, Xabi Alonso spent five seasons wearing the red of Liverpool Football Club. Here, he talks exclusively about the influence of Rafael Benitez, his relationships with Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher, and the road to Istanbul that culminated in a dramatic Champions League triumph
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David Moyes

Reviving a Sleeping Giant

David Moyes built a reputation as one of the finest managers in the Premier League during his 11 years at Everton, before succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. Here, he revisits his time in charge at Goodison Park
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Luiz Felipe Scolari

Lessons from Sir Alex

Luiz Felipe Scolari built a relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson while he was manager of the Portugal national team that featured Cristiano Ronaldo, which continued when he worked in the Premier League with Chelsea. Here, he revisits those who inspired him throughout his decorated career in coaching
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Luiz Felipe Scolari

Building the world champions

In 2002, Luiz Felipe Scolari led a Brazil team featuring Ronaldo, Rivaldo, Cafu and Roberto Carlos to win the World Cup in Japan and South Korea. Here, he explains the key decisions that shaped that side, and how they overcame the loss of their captain only days before the tournament
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To Be Continued

In the fourth and final part of our exclusive series with former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United head coach José Mourinho, he speaks about his philosophy as a manager and the type of challenge he wants in his next role
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