The Journey
Bora Milutinovic

Bora’s World

Serbian coach Bora Milutinovic on taking five different teams to five consecutive FIFA World Cups and why he has Franz Beckenbauer and Henry Kissinger to thank for his time in charge of the US Men’s National Soccer Team
The Journey
Ralf Rangnick

My epiphany

RB Leipzig manager Ralf Rangnick on his evolution as a coach and how he ensures his players keep pace with the constantly changing landscape of the game, both in the Bundesliga and beyond
The Journey
Graeme Jones

No fluke

New Luton Town manager and former West Bromwich Albion assistant Graeme Jones on his journey from non-league to a World Cup semi final and working alongside Roberto Martinez
The Journey
Ian Holloway

Why can’t you?

Ian Holloway reflects on the 2009/10 season at Blackpool, and an emotional journey that culminated in the Seasiders’ promotion to the Premier League
The Journey
Paco Jémez

Fearless

Rayo Vallecano manager Paco Jémez on his passion for attacking football, managing in Mexico and playing golf with Pep Guardiola
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Tim Flowers

Roll with it

Solihull Moors head coach Tim Flowers on his late entry into management, why goalkeepers make good managers, and what it was like to play for Kenny Dalglish at Blackburn Rovers
The Journey
Felix Sanchez

Turning Point

Former Barcelona youth coach Felix Sanchez on the remarkable journey he has been on with the Qatar national team, leading them to the AFC Asian Cup title in 2019, and looking ahead to the 2022 World Cup
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
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