Josef “Jupp” Heynckes is the world’s best Club Coach 2013

Selected editorial offices and experts from 70 countries and from all the football continents took part in the 2013 annual election for The World’s Best Club Coach, the 18th time it has been carried out by the IFFHS. After the domination in the last ten years of the leaders José Mourinho (winner 4 times), Josep Guardiola (winner twice) and Alex Ferguson (winner twice), it is not a surprise to see the great success for 2013 of Josef “Jupp” Heynckes, the coach of the greatest team of the year FC Bayern München, who won the UEFA Champions League, the German Championship, the German Cup in the same year! Jupp Heynckes (68 years old) was voted The World’s Best Club Coach with a lead of more than 100 points ahead of the second German coach, Jürgen Klopp (46 years old) from Borussia Dortmund. He conducted his team in the last two years on the Top of Europe and he shows also the current attraction of the German football. The third coach is Diego Simeone (43 years old), who leads Club Atlético de Madrid to the Top in Spain and in Europe. The man from Argentina was player  (1994-1997) and then became a coach since 2011 in the club of the “Colchoneros”, bringing success with his power. Klopp and Simeone lead the new generation of coaches with Josep Guardiola . Alex Ferguson won a last championship title with Man U and ended a wonderful career.


1 Josef “Jupp” HEYNCKES  (FC Bayern München) 216 points
2 Jürgen KLOPP  (Borussia Dortmund) 101 points
3 Diego SIMEONE (Club Atlético de Madrid) 61 points
4 Alex FERGUSON (Manchester United FC) 33 points
5 Josep GUARDIOLA  (FC Bayern München) 30 points
6 Arsène WENGER  (Arsenal FC London) 29 points
7 José MOURINHO (Real Madrid CF/Chelsea FC London) 10 points
8 Antonio CONTE (Juventus Torino FC) 3 points
Jorge JESUS (Sport Lisboa e Benfica ) 3 points





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