The Journey
Lee Johnson

Lasting success

Lee Johnson spent four years in charge of Bristol City, and even once led them to victory over Manchester United. He revisits his time at the Championship club
The Journey
Phil Neville

Seven days a week

Phil Neville discusses the journey he has been on with the England Women’s team, and why his coaching career has its roots in Manchester United’s youth academy
The Journey
Mark Hughes

Forward thinker

Mark Hughes revisits his time as a player under Sir Alex Ferguson, what he learned playing with Eric Cantona, and the circumstances of his departure for Chelsea
The Journey
Jorginho

Delaying the inevitable

Jorginho was a World Cup winner as a player with Brazil and returned to work the Selecão before delving into Serie A. He describes the challenge of coaching there
The Journey
Luis Castro

Under reconstruction

Luís Castro led Shakhtar Donetsk to home and away wins over Real Madrid in the Champions League, and he revisits the career path that shaped his approach
The Journey
Ralf Rangnick

The Three C’s

Ralf Rangnick talks about the philosophy he called upon to build success at RB Leipzig and Red Bull Salzburg, and why he and Jürgen Klopp get on so well
The Journey
Carlos Corberan

Seizing the day

Carlos Corberán left Leeds United and Marcelo Bielsa to join Huddersfield Town. The Spanish coach reflects on a career that started in La Liga with Villarreal
The Journey
Tony Pulis

Wembley and beyond

Tony Pulis led Stoke City to an FA Cup final and Europa League qualification in a particularly memorable period for them. The club favourite revisits that journey
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
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