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Chris Hughton

Former Brighton, Norwich, Birmingham and Newcastle manager Chris Hughton led his then Brighton team to a famous win over José Mourinho’s Manchester United in August 2018. Here, he gives a fascinating insight into his tactics on the day
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Quique Sánchez Flores

Experiencing England

Former Valencia and Atlético Madrid manager Quique Sánchez Flores was first appointed Watford head coach in the summer of 2015. Here, he revisits his first season in the Premier League
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Diego Simeone

El Cholo

Diego Simeone has successfully transformed Atletico Madrid into a consistent threat to Real Madrid and Barcelona in Spanish football. Here, the respected Argentinian revisits his first steps into coaching
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Eusebio Di Francesco

Sampdoria manager and retired Italy international Eusebio Di Francesco talks the tactics that inspired his Roma team to a fine Champions League victory over then Premier League champions Chelsea
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Video analysis: Manchester City 2 Tottenham 2

Our experts assess the key tactics involved in Manchester City drawing 2-2 at home to Premier League title rivals Tottenham – a result that saw both teams drop two points behind Liverpool and Arsenal at the top of the table
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David Moyes

Reviving a Sleeping Giant

David Moyes built a reputation as one of the finest managers in the Premier League during his 11 years at Everton, before succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. Here, he revisits his time in charge at Goodison Park
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Luiz Felipe Scolari

Lessons from Sir Alex

Luiz Felipe Scolari built a relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson while he was manager of the Portugal national team that featured Cristiano Ronaldo, which continued when he worked in the Premier League with Chelsea. Here, he revisits those who inspired him throughout his decorated career in coaching
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Luiz Felipe Scolari

Building the world champions

In 2002, Luiz Felipe Scolari led a Brazil team featuring Ronaldo, Rivaldo, Cafu and Roberto Carlos to win the World Cup in Japan and South Korea. Here, he explains the key decisions that shaped that side, and how they overcame the loss of their captain only days before the tournament
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Clarence Seedorf

Former Ajax, Real Madrid and AC Milan midfielder Clarence Seedorf – a four-time Champions League winner – talks the tactics that inspired his then Deportivo La Coruna team to an important La Liga victory at Athletic Bilbao
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