Top 10 Coaches With Most Titles In Different Top 5 Leagues

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Top 10 Coaches With Most Titles In Different Top 5 Leagues

Here are the top 10 coaches with most titles in different top 5 leagues

Which coach has won the most titles in different top 5 leagues? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best coaches in the world, that is, their all time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the list of top 10 coaches with most titles in different top 5 leagues.

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Coaches With Most Titles

  1. Carlo Ancelotti – 4 titles 4 countries
  2. Pep Guardiola – 9 titles 3 countries
  3. Jose Mourinho – 6 titles 3 countries
  4. Giovanni Trapattoni – 8 titles 2 countries
  5. Fabio Capello – 7 titles 2 countries
  6. Helenio Herrera – 7 titles 2 countries
  7. Antonio Conte – 5 titles 2 countries
  8. Roberto Mancini – 4 titles 2 countries
  9. Arsene Wenger – 4 titles 2 countries
  10. William Garbutt – 4 titles 2 countries

Let’s talk about the top three coaches in this list.

Carlo Ancelotti is inarguably one of the greatest coaches in football history, not to mention one of the most underrated ones. He holds the record for winning the most titles (4) in 4 of the top 5 leagues of Europe.

Also Read: Top 10 Clubs With Most UEFA Champions League Titles

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He has won the league titles in Premier League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and Serie A. He is now just a La Liga game win away from becoming the only manager in history to have won the titles in all of the top 5 leagues Of Europe.

Carlo Ancelotti‘s Titles

  • WORLD’S BEST CLUB COACH X2
  • FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP X2
  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE X3
  • PREMIER LEAGUE X1
  • FA CUP X1
  • LA LIGA X1
  • SUPERCOPA DE ESPANA X1
  • BUNDESLIGA X1
  • SERIE A X1
  • COPPA ITALIA X1
  • ITALITAN SUPER CUP X1
  • LIGUE ONE X1
  • UEFA SUPERCUP X3
  • GERMAN SUPER CUP X2
  • COMMUNITY SHIELD X1

On second we have Pep Guardiola who ranks in the top five managers of all time. Let us remind you that he was the one who introduced the technique of ‘Tiki-Taka’ to the football world.

He is currently the manager of Manchester City which is, without a doubt, one of the best teams in the world at present. Although they have never won a major European competition like UEFA Champions League, they still have the opportunity to create history.

Pep Guardiola’s Titles

  • WORLD’S BEST CLUB COACH X2
  • FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP X3
  • PREMIER LEAGUE X3
  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE X2
  • FA CUP X1
  • CARABAO CUP X4
  • LA LIGA X3
  • COPA DEL REY X2
  • SUPERCOPA DE ESPANA X3
  • BUNDESLIGA X3
  • DFB POKAL X2
  • UEFA SUPERCUP X3
  • FA COMMUNITY SHIELD X2

On third we have Jose Mourinho who is one of the most beloved managers of all time. Football fans love him because of his childish nature, not to mention he is a man with a golden heart.

He is the manager of Italian club Roma. They are currently sitting at 5th position in Serie A points table. In 2021, he was sacked by Tottenham after serving the club for almost two years.

Jose Mourinho’s Titles

  • WORLD’S BEST CLUB COACH X4
  • PREMIER LEAGUE X3
  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE X2
  • FA CUP X1
  • CARABAO CUP X4
  • LA LIGA X3
  • COPA DEL REY X3
  • SUPERCOPA DE ESPANA X2
  • SERIE A X2
  • COPPA ITALIA X1
  • ITALIAN SUPER CUP X1
  • PORTUGUESE LEAGUE X2
  • PORTUGUESE CUP X2
  • UEFA CUP X1
  • UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE X1
  • UEFA SUPERCUP X1
  • PORTUGUESE SUPER CUP X2
  • FA CUMMUNITY SHIELD X2
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