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
The Journey
José Francisco Molina

Going solo

Sporting director of the Spain national team and former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jose Francisco Molina on managing ATK to the Indian Super League title
The Journey
Jack Ross

The Rebuild

Sunderland manager Jack Ross on the challenges he faced at a club reeling from a second successive relegation, and how he’s planning to get the League One side back where they belong
The Journey
Carlos Carvalhal

Finding Paradise

Former Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal on why his experiences managing across the divisions in Portugal and at Besiktas in Turkey have left him capable of handling even the toughest situations
The Journey
Paul Heckingbottom

Changing times

Former Barnsley FC and Leeds United manager Paul Heckingbottom on the highs and lows of managing his hometown club
The Journey
Danny and Nicky Cowley

The connection

Danny and Nicky Cowley on taking Lincoln City back to the Football League, and the giant-killing FA Cup run that ended against Arsenal – and with a 90-minute meeting with Arsene Wenger at the Emirates Stadium
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