The Journey
René Meulensteen

The United way

Former Manchester United coach René Meulensteen on the lasting influence of Sir Alex Ferguson, coaching Cristiano Ronaldo and why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been able to resurrect United’s season
The Journey
Paul Hurst

Keeping counsel

Paul Hurst reflects on his Ipswich Town journey and reveals how that experience, along with his spells managing Grimsby Town and Shrewsbury Town, is shaping his approach to getting the best out of his players
The Journey
Alex Inglethorpe

Lost in translation

Liverpool Academy director Alex Inglethorpe on the transition from managing Leatherhead and Exeter City to building players of the future at Tottenham and Liverpool
The Journey
Laura Harvey

Driven

Utah Royals head coach Laura Harvey on the challenge of motivating a dominant Arsenal Women’s team – and why she chose to leave the FAWSL and start from scratch with Seattle Reign in America’s NWSL
The Journey
Michael Beale

In the zone

Rangers FC first-team coach Michael Beale on his journey from the Chelsea academy to Liverpool, and the qualities Steven Gerrard is showing as a manager
The Journey
Quique Sánchez Flores

Something in the head

Former Valencia, Atletico Madrid and Watford manager Quique Sánchez Flores reflects on a coaching journey that started in his schooldays, and why the Premier League is his favourite place to manage
The Journey
Nigel Pearson

Here and now

Former Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson on taking the club on at their lowest ebb, and how he helped Jamie Vardy find his feet in the Football League
The Journey
Graham Potter

Part of the process

Swansea City manager Graham Potter on his decision to swap Östersund for south Wales and learning to adapt to life in the Championship
The Journey
Stephen Constantine

A great adventure

Possibly the world’s most travelled manager, Stephen Constantine reflects on his experiences coaching the Indian national football team, the impact of the Indian Super League and why a stint at Millwall was the biggest culture shock of his career
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