The Journey
Julen Lopetegui

Crossing the river

Sevilla manager Julen Lopetegui on the start of his coaching career, almost coming to the Premier League, and how he reflects on his time as head coach of both Spain and Real Madrid
The Journey
Jose Letelier

The paradox

Jose Letelier, head coach of the Chile women’s team, on taking his country to its first ever Women’s World Cup, and the challenge of finding a balance between progress and results
The Journey
Carlos Borrello

The spark

Ahead of their game against Phil Neville’s England, Carlos Borrello, head coach of Argentina Women, reflects on the challenges his players have faced at home and now at the Women’s World Cup
The Journey


Vadão, head coach of the Brazil women’s team, on his decision to leave men’s football and why legendary players Marta, Formiga and Cristiane will be key for the Selecão at the Women’s World Cup
The Journey
Hue Menzies

More than this

Hue Menzies, head coach of the Jamaica women’s national team, on the Reggae Girlz’ remarkable journey to their first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup
The Journey
Vera Pauw

Inside the mouth of the lion

Vera Pauw on her role in building the Scotland and Netherlands women's football teams, and why watching South Africa at the 2019 Women's World Cup will bring her pleasure
The Journey
Jorge Vilda

A frozen foot

Jorge Vilda, manager of the Spain women’s national team, on the challenges he has faced in taking the team to a second successive Women’s World Cup and why the influence of his father – and Barcelona FC – lives on
The Journey
Phil Neville

Seven days a week

On the eve of the 2019 Women’s World Cup, England manager Phil Neville discusses the journey he has been on with the Lionesses and explains why his coaching career has its roots in Manchester United’s youth academy
The Journey
Pedro Martins

Lights out

Olympiacos manager Pedro Martins on starting from the bottom, the influence of Carlos Queiroz and the coaching philosophy that has taken him all the way to the Greek Super League
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