The Journey
Eddie Howe

Bournemouth’s pull

Eddie Howe left Bournemouth as both a player and manager – first for Portsmouth, then for Burnley – before returning and leading them to the Premier League. Here he gives an insight into the success that has led to him being linked with Arsenal, Tottenham, Everton and more
The Journey
Sven-Göran Eriksson

The kings of Rome

Before he took jobs with England, Manchester City and Leicester, Sven-Göran Eriksson impressed in Serie A with Roma, Sampdoria and Lazio. Here, he revisits winning Lo Scudetto with the latter
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Nigel Pearson

Here and now

Watford’s new manager Nigel Pearson discusses rebuilding a club at its lowest ebb, as he did at Leicester, the benefits of his time in Belgium with OH Leuven, and how he oversaw Jamie Vardy’s impressive transformation into an England international
The Journey

The survivor

Boca Juniors manager Miguel Ángel Russo revisits surviving cancer, learning from Arrigo Sacchi and Carlos Bilardo, and managing so many of Argentina's biggest clubs in Boca, Estudiantes and Vélez Sarsfield
The Journey
Roy Hodgson

An Englishman in Milan

Crystal Palace's Roy Hodgson, who has also coached the England national team, Fulham and West Bromwich Albion, revisits his spell in Serie A with Inter Milan
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Marta Tejedor

The Power of Fate

Birmingham City Women head coach Marta Tejedor on adventures in Chile and Peru, and how a conversation in China led her to the Women’s Super League
The Journey
Anthony Hudson

International relations

Former Colorado Rapids head coach Anthony Hudson has also managed the Bahrain and New Zealand international teams. He talks about managing in the MLS, learning from José Mourinho and trying to stop Cristiano Ronaldo
The Journey
Sergio González

Catching the train

Real Valladolid have taken points from both Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid this season. Head coach Sergio González tells us about his first days as a manager at Espanyol, returning to La Liga and working with Ronaldo
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José Mourinho

Play to win

From winning the Premier League with Chelsea to claiming an historic Champions League title with Internazionale... new Tottenham manager José Mourinho on his love for new challenges and the philosophy behind his most iconic coaching achievements
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