Managing a national football team is not a joke that you can just grab and give up perhaps is a business wherein you need to take it seriously because it might back-fire from you if not managed properly. Hence tournaments like the World Cup, gives national team coach a privilege to leave a mark in the global scene and being historic in the football history. As we go by we spotted some managers that might give us an interesting scene in the World Cup.
Julen Lopetegui of Spain
When he was announce to be the successor of Vicente Del Bosque after the disappointment happened at Euro 2016 that resulted to a second round exit to Italy, despite this happening no one is convinced that Lopetegui could be the savior for Spain. And yet 51-year-old rejuvenated the La Roja, the team who once had the aura of being conteders in the tournament and it was done by Lopetegui in less than 24 months.
Didier Deschamps of France
The previous captain of France could only get as far as to the quarterfinals in his first World Cup as manager of Les Bleus four years ago. Having talented and new squad this time they might have a chance to have higher position, Deschamps stands a higher opportunity of becoming only the second man to be the captain and also became the coach of his national team to World Cup after Franze Beckenbauer.
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Tite of Brazil
After picking DUnga for the 2014 they had a humiliation that has gone through over there then they quickly turned to Tite in the wake and having an explosive blow at the 2016 Copa America Centanario. After then Tite gained an explicit evolution, in which case Tite became an respectable individual in the football industry.
Jorge Sampaoli of Argentina
Having been handed the reins of La Albiceleste in June during an iconic moment in the campaign, Sampaoli had to thank Messi for a wonderful performance that made them survive till the 2018 finals. But the experience and exposure of the 58-year-old manager that Lionel Messi wouldn’t be enough for his nation to have another title in their hands.
Roberto Martinez of Belgium
The Spaniard with 44 years of age took charge in August 2016 and had flying colours on his journey, guiding the Red Devils to an undefeated World Cup qualifying campaign. But, challenge is coming their way and having Martines there’s a big chance that they will be on the quarterfinal.
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