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
The Journey
Roy Hodgson

When Serie A was king

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson revisits a time when Serie A, and not the Premier League, produced the world’s most captivating football
The Journey
Diego Alonso

Always a coach

Diego Alonso of Inter Miami speaks exclusively about leading Mexican club Pachuca to the CONCACAF Champions League title
The Journey
Eddie Howe

Bournemouth’s pull

Eddie Howe left Bournemouth as both a player and manager before returning and leading them to the Premier League. He gives an insight into their success
The Journey
Sven-Göran Eriksson

The kings of Rome

Sven-Göran Eriksson built his reputation in Serie A with Roma, Sampdoria and Lazio. He revisits winning Lo Scudetto with the latter
The Journey
Nigel Pearson

Here and now

Nigel Pearson discusses rebuilding a club at its lowest ebb and how he oversaw Jamie Vardy’s impressive transformation into an England international
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