Vicente Honored 2020 Coach Of The Year

After guiding 23-year-old Andrey Rublev to a career-best breakthrough season, in the 2020 ATP Awards, former Spanish player Fernando Vicente has been voted Coach of the Year. Vicente has been working with Rublev for four years. They have had together a front-row view to the star’s highs and lows: from the toughest moment after the …

Don Shula – The Most Winning Coach in The History of the NFL

Donald Francis Shula (1930–2020) was an American professional football player and coach. He was the most winning coach in the history of the National Football League (NFL) thanks to his 26 seasons as head coach of the Miami Dolphins, leading them to two Super Bowl win, including the perfect season in NFL history in 1972. …

Top Ten Best Coaches in The History of Golf (part 2)

Pete Cowen Cowen is one of the most respected coaches in the world – and he is much needed. Known for his straightforward golf course, his cast list reads as Who’s Who of golf – working with Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter and Graeme McDowell. Prior to the epidemic, he realized that …

Top Ten Best Coaches in The History of Golf (part 1)

Learning how to play golf isn’t an easy task, especially if you desire to become a professional golfer. But with the help of a good golf coaches, you may reach your dream in near future. Many of today’s top golf players will not swing a club without consulting their coaches. Many of them have become …

Top three head coaches in history of LA Lakers

The LA Lakers have been led by some of the greatest coaches in the NBA’s history. Now let’s have a look at top three of the most successful LA Lakers’ coaches. Bill Sharman (1971-1976) Win-loss record: 264-116 Bill Sharman had great success during his five years with the LA Lakers, especially when he coached the …

Casey Stengel biography

Casey Stengel was an avid athlete in his youth, a member of the football, baseball, and basketball teams at Central High School in Kansas City, Missouri, the US. The 19-year-old Stengel quit high school to play professional baseball. He took part in the Kansas City Blues of the American Association and played in the outfield. …

Ten Legendary Coaches Who Changed World of Football (Part 5)

Miguel Muñoz Miguel Muñoz was such a talented manager who established Real Madrid as one of the most powerful clubs in Europe. He claimed La Liga nine times. Muñoz spent 16 years with Los Blancos, the longest-serving coach that the club has had. No other coaches have accomplished what he did with Real Madrid. He …

Ten Legendary Coaches Who Changed World of Football (Part 4)

Jose Mourinho Jose Mourinho is one of the most polemic football coaches, but his ability and skills has been proven with Chelsea, Real Madrid, Porto, Benfica, Internazionale, and Uniao de Leira. He is most famous for his compact style of play, resulting in a nine year with 150 game undefeated home run. His provocative temper …

Ten Legendary Coaches Who Changed World of Football (Part 3)

Pep Guardiola Pep Guardiola is FC Barcelona’s boss who has taken the tiki-taka strategy to heart and has been very successful. He has also created a team whose lines perfectly understand the tactic. In 2008, when he started leading his first team, Pep decided to sell or release players on loan, including Samuel Eto’o, Deco, …

Ten Legendary Coaches Who Changed World of Football (Part 1)

In the world of football, managers come and go, but some of them become key elements of the national team or the club they lead. Let’s have a look at ten of those legendary football coaches. Sir Matt Busby Sir Matt Busby was a standard bearer of Manchester United. He succeeded in leading the Red …