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The ranking of the world’s top 50 Managers right now.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been listed as the best football manager in world football right now ahead of Diego Simeone and Antonio Conte.

Pep is widely regarded as one of the best football managers of all time, with the 50 years old once again enjoying an extraordinary accomplishment with City this season.

Guardiola led City to the League Cup title last month after securing a 1-0 victory over Tottenham at Wembley.

Man City also dethroned Liverpool from the top of English football after winning the Premier League title earlier this month.

Guardiola can write a new history once again by leading City to their first Champions League title on 29th May as the Premier League champions face Thomas Tuchel Chelsea in Portugal.

The former Bayern Munich and Barcelona manager’s exceptional accomplishments placed him top of FourFourTwo’s rankings.

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The football magazine hailed Guardiola for “still innovating” and “still finding ways to wrap other elite coaches into submission.”

Here are the 50 best managers in world football right now, according to the ranking by FourFourTwo.

  1. Hernan Crespo
  2. Thomas Frank
  3. Adi Hutter
  4. Ronald Koeman
  5. Nuno Espirito Santo
  6. Ivan Juric
  7. Oliver Glasner
  8. Rafa Benitez
  9. Jesse Marsch
  10. Dean Smith
Dean Smith
  1. Roberto De Zerbi
  2. Scott Parker
  3. Christian Streich
  4. Graham Potter
  5. Jose Bordalas
  6. Daniel Farke
  7. Sean Dyche
  8. Urs Fischer
  9. David Moyes
  10. Diego Martinez
Diego Martinez
  1. Marcelo Gallardo
  2. Sergio Conceicao
  3. Simone Inzaghi
  4. Niko Kovac
  5. Marcelino Garcia Toral
  6. Paulo Fonseca
  7. Mikel Arteta
  8. Christophe Galtier
  9. Gennaro Gattuso
  10. Zinedine Zidane
  11. Erik ten Hag
Erik ten Hag
  1. Jose Mourinho
  2. Julen Lopetegui
  3. Stefano Pioli
  4. Ralph Hasenhuttl
  5. Steven Gerrard
  6. Carlo Ancelotti
  7. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
  8. Marco Rose
  9. Marcelo Bielsa
  10. Brendan Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers
  1. Gian Piero Gasperini
  2. Mauricio Pochettino
  3. Thomas Tuchel
  4. Hans-Dieter Flick
  5. Julian Nagelsmann
  6. Jurgen Klopp
  7. Diego Simeone
  8. Antonio Conte
  9. Pep Guardiola
Pep Guardiola
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