Photography by Philip Haynes

Stephen Constantine

India, 2015-2019

“The first thing is to respect the people. Respect the country, and then think: ‘Well, all I’m bringing is my football.’”

Stephen Constantine had two spells as India’s national team manager, but the London-born coach has also spent time in charge of Nepal, Malawi, Sudan and Rwanda. Speaking exclusively to The Coaches’ Voice, the former Millwall coach discusses the impact that those experiences have had on him – both personally, and in his approach to management.

Stephen Constantine

Bora Milutinovic

Bora’s World

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Roy Hodgson

An Englishman in Milan

Crystal Palace’s Roy Hodgson, who has also coached the England national team, Fulham and West Bromwich Albion, revisits his spell in Serie A with Inter Milan
Ángel Cappa

Menotti was right

Ángel Cappa worked with César Luis Menotti at Barcelona and Boca Juniors. He discusses what made the World Cup winner such a special coach, and more