Top 10 Longest Serving Managers – Top 5 Leagues And Still Managing

Top 10 Longest Serving Managers - Top 5 Leagues And Still Managing
Top 10 Longest Serving Managers - Top 5 Leagues And Still Managing
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Here are the top 10 longest serving managers in Europe’s top 5 leagues

Who is the longest serving manager in Europe’s top 5 leagues (still managing)? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the most loyal managers in the world.

This article will tell you about the top 10 longest serving managers, still managing in Europe’s top 5 leagues.

Longest Serving Managers (Managing for YY/MM/DD)

  1. Diego Simeone – 10/2/15
  2. Christian Streich – 10/2/10
  3. Sean Dyche – 09/04/10
  4. Jurgen Klopp – 06/05/02
  5. Gian Piero Gasperini – 05/08/24
  6. Pep Guardiola – 05/08/09
  7. Pascal Gastien – 04/06/09
  8. Jagoba Arrasate – 03/08/09
  9. Urs Fischer – 03/08/09
  10. Ralph Hasenhüttl – 03/03/04

Diego Simeone was the most loyal manager of the last decade. He was appointed as Atletico Madrid’s manager in December 2011. He has won a couple of titles with the club

  • WORLD’S BEST CLUB X1
  • LA LIGA X2
  • COPA DEL REY X1
  • SUPERCOPA DE ESPANA X1
  • EUROPA LEAGUE X2
  • UEFA SUPER CUP X2

In a recent incident, Jurgen Klopp’s assistant Pep Lijnders has been slammed by Dutch legend Wim Kieft. He claimed that Klopp’s assistant is trying to take too much credit for Liverpool’s success.

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Kieft has written a column titled ‘Lijnders does not know his place.’

“By the way, for those who didn’t know yet: Pepijn Lijnders, together with Jürgen Klopp, is the founder of the success of Liverpool. At least, according to Lijnders himself,” Kieft wrote.

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“During an interview for Dutch television, Klopp’s assistant caused curled toes by continuously talking about ‘Jürgen and I’. He only talked about the great cooperation, the openness of their relationship and the trust that had developed from that. An ostentatious attempt to take credit for itself or at least take some of the credit for Liverpool’s achievements.

“Whoever works as an assistant to Klopp; Liverpool’s success is Klopp’s success. He experiences the pressure as Liverpool’s head coach every day. The assistant is not under pressure. For him, it is easy to dance on the table and be part of a successful group without being held responsible for its success. Lijnders should sometimes rub that under his nose.

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“It should be noted that Klopp and Lijnders are not, as Lijnders pretended, the ones who have put Liverpool on the map. Before their arrival in 2015, this great glorious and successful English club had already won numerous awards nationally and internationally, Liverpool had already been the best in Europe five times.”

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