The Journey
Nathan Jones

Philosophical

Nathan Jones returned for a second spell as manager of Luton Town. He talks about his first spell at the club, and his experiences either side of that at Brighton and Stoke
The Journey
Cosmin Contra

The golden goal

In 2001, Liverpool beat Alavés in a dramatic UEFA Cup final. Cosmin Contra, who most recently coached Romania, tells the story from Alavés’ perspective
The Journey
Tony Pulis

Fortress Britannia

Stoke City enjoyed five years of Premier League football under Tony Pulis, during his second spell as their manager. He revisits his time at the Britannia
The Journey
Paulo Autuori

The victory before the victory

Liverpool, Steven Gerrard and Rafa Benítez missed out on the Club World Cup when they were beaten by Paulo Autuori’s Sao Paulo. The Brazilian revisits the experience
The Journey
Francisco "Pacho" Maturana

The vehicle for change

Francisco “Pacho” Maturana led Colombia at a time when Pablo Escobar overshadowed the nation, but created perhaps their finest ever team
The Journey
Sven-Göran Eriksson

The road to England

Sven-Göran Eriksson made history when he became England’s first overseas manager. He revisits the coaching journey that brought him to the job
The Journey
Mauricio Pellegrino

The suit that fits

Mauricio Pellegrino, once of Southampton and formerly a defender with Liverpool, Barcelona, Valencia and Alaves, discusses his approach to management
The Journey
Paul Tisdale

Rebuilding from nothing

During a 12-year reign, Paul Tisdale took Exeter City from the brink of financial ruin to the highest league finish in their history. He tells the story of their rise
The Journey
Eddie Howe

To Burnley and back

Eddie Howe spent almost two years at Burnley between successful spells with Bournemouth. He revisits why he moved to Turf Moor, and had to return to Bournemouth
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