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Pako Ayestarán

Raw Ingredients

Steven Gerrard is capable of becoming as good a manager as he was player, according to Pako Ayestarán, Rafa Benítez’s assistant while Gerrard was Liverpool captain
2.25
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Brendan Rodgers

It becomes a moral issue

Brendan Rodgers discusses the challenge involved in keeping a club’s best players, which he encountered at both Liverpool and Celtic
6.24
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Quique Setién

Quique Setien demonstrates the tactical expertise once used to inspire Real Betis to a convincing victory over Espanyol in La Liga
14.47
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Vicente del Bosque

Trust and glory

Vicente del Bosque led Spain to World Cup glory in South Africa in 2010. He revisits their two-year build-up, and the tournament itself
11.09
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Steve Holland: Part 2

Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool have all produced teams that employ variations of the same attacking principles, as England’s Steve Holland explains
10.57
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Luiz Felipe Scolari

Building the world champions

In 2002, Luiz Felipe Scolari led Brazil to the World Cup. He revisits the decisions that shaped that side, and how they overcame the loss of their captain
8.34
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Mark Hughes

Raising the bar

Mark Hughes, the former Wales, Blackburn Rovers, Manchester City, Fulham and Southampton manager, revisits the impressive job he did at Stoke City
3.04
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Michael Jolley

He has the keys to the club

Michael Jolley, formerly of Burnley and Grimsby Town, followed Graham Potter to Sweden, and discusses the influence he had out there
3.19
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Danny Cowley

Building a connection

Danny Cowley revisits how he and brother Nicky rebuilt Lincoln City’s connection with irs fans after joining a club that had slipped out of the Football League
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