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
The Journey
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
The Journey
Clive Allen

The Redknapp Years

Clive Allen talks about his days as a coach at Tottenham – working under Harry Redknapp, Champions League adventures and the rise of Gareth Bale before he departed for Real Madrid
The Journey
Nigel Adkins

The power of together

Nigel Adkins led Southampton to the Premier League in 2010, but before then he made his name with Scunthorpe United. He tells The Coaches’ Voice about a journey that started as a 17-year-old goalkeeper at Tranmere
The Journey
Vanderlei Luxemburgo

Against the clock

Former Brazil manager Vanderlei Luxemburgo coached a Real Madrid team featuring all-time legends including Ronaldo, Zidane and Beckham. He talks openly about the challenges of working at the world’s most demanding club
The Journey
Shaun Derry

Perfect platform

In a long playing career, Shaun Derry played Premier League football for Crystal Palace and QPR. Now a coach, he talks about his rapid transition from player to manager, and the challenges he faced in his first job at hometown club Notts County
The Journey
Luiz Felipe Scolari

My truth

Luiz Felipe Scolari has managed a Brazil team featuring Ronaldo to a World Cup victory, taken the Portugal of Luis Figo and Cristiano Ronaldo to the brink of Euros success and, in 2008, joined the Premier League when he took charge of Chelsea. Here, the Palmeiras manager reflects on his journey
The Journey
Chris Hughton

Forward facing

After four and a half years in charge at Brighton, Chris Hughton left the Amex at the end of last season. Here, he reflects on how the years he spent at Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle have shaped his coaching philosophy and views on management
The Journey
Darrell Clarke

Double Drop

Walsall manager Darrell Clarke on the highs and lows of his journey in football management so far, from building Salisbury City back up from double relegation to achieving successive promotions at the helm of Bristol Rovers
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