Posted on Jan 15, 2021 | Best National Coach Category
Picture : Joachim Löw, winner of the Decade
IFFHS WORLD'S BEST MAN NATIONAL COACH OF THE DECADE 2011-2020 : JOACHIM LÖW
The IFFHS has devised an equitable method for determining THE WORLD’S BEST NATIONAL COACH OF THE DECADE 2011-2020. It was taken in consideration the TOP 20 of each yearly ranking of each category concerned and allocated points to each place. So the first placed received 20 points, the second placed 19 points, the third placed 18 points …. And 1 point for the twentieth place. If the annual ranking comprised fewer than 20, no point will be awarded for the unoccupied places . Adding the points from the individual years provides a World Ranking for the Period 2011 – 2020.
Joachim Löw, winner of the yearly Awards of THE WORLD’S BEST NATIONAL COACH in 2014 and 2017, is the sovereign winner of the Award of THE WORLD’S BEST NATIONAL COACH OF THE DECADE 2011-2020. The German Coach, in this position since 2006, has won the FIFA World Cup 2014, the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 and preceeds French National Coach Didier Deschamps, who won the FIFA World Cup 2018. Tite, Brazil’s National Coach, took the third place.
IFFHS WORLD'S BEST MAN NATIONAL COACH OF THE DECADE 2011-2020
|Vicente DEL BOSQUE||Spain||72|
|Jan Olaf ANDERSSON||Sweden||21|