Photography by Jon Enoch

Slavisa Jokanovic

Fulham, 2015-2018

“I want to be competitive and I want to win all the points. In which way is less important.”

Speaking exclusively to The Coaches’ Voice, Slavisa Jokanovic, who impressively led Watford and Fulham to promotion to the Premier League, discusses his difficult first six months at Craven Cottage, and how he tried to implement a style of football that would work best for the players at his disposal. He also explains why, despite being recognised as a manager whose teams play an entertaining brand of football, he considers style secondary to results.

Slavisa Jokanovic

Kit Symons

Always learning

Kit Symons revisits managing Fulham and his spells as Chris Coleman’s assistant with Wales and Sunderland, and in China with Hebei Fortune
Nigel Pearson

Here and now

Nigel Pearson discusses rebuilding a club at its lowest ebb, and how at Leicester he oversaw Jamie Vardy’s impressive transformation into an England international
Quique Sánchez Flores

Something in the head

Quique Sánchez Flores reflects on a coaching journey that started in his schooldays, and why the Premier League is his favourite place to manage