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    This guy is clueless.

    Top 5:

    1. Jock Stein
    2. Sir Matt Busby
    3. Sir Alex Ferguson
    4. Bill Shankly
    5. Alf Ramsey

    He goes on to say about SAF:

    "Sir Alex is the most successful manager that these shores have ever produced."

    Yes puts him third. THIRD? :eek:

    SAF #1 no question.
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    What a Gianluigi. :facepalm2:
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    I'll pretend I know about football and :facepalm2: to fit in.
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    (Original post by Mr. Orange)
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...gers-time.html

    This guy is clueless.

    Top 5:

    1. Jock Stein
    2. Sir Matt Busby
    3. Sir Alex Ferguson
    4. Bill Shankly
    5. Alf Ramsey

    He goes on to say about SAF:

    "Sir Alex is the most successful manager that these shores have ever produced."

    Yes puts him third. THIRD? :eek:

    SAF #1 no question.
    Do you even know who Jock Stein was?
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    In terms of trophies SAF is the most successful, but that doesn't mean he's the best manager.
    Rangers have won the most trophies in the world and are therefore the most successful team, are they the best of all time?
    SAF is only the best around today because he learned everything from the master of the trade, Jock Stein. It's a pretty well known fact that SAF idolises him.
    And I wouldn't argue with Busby being up there either
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    It's his top 20 not yours.
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    Do you even know who Jock Stein was?
    Won a cup with Celtic
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    (Original post by Mr. Orange)
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...gers-time.html

    This guy is clueless.

    Top 5:

    1. Jock Stein
    2. Sir Matt Busby
    3. Sir Alex Ferguson
    4. Bill Shankly
    5. Alf Ramsey

    He goes on to say about SAF:

    "Sir Alex is the most successful manager that these shores have ever produced."

    Yes puts him third. THIRD? :eek:

    SAF #1 no question.
    Are you a Man Utd fan? If so, surely you know what Matt Busby did...

    But no, most trophies = best manager lolz!

    So I assume Roy Hodgson and Harry Redknapp are complete **** as managers then, paling in comparison to Sven Goran Eriksson.
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    Just because SAF has one the most trophies doesnt make him the best manager, he has also had the most tranfer funds for much of his career, the mighty jock stein used a full local team and won the european cup and made celtic the first brittish team to do so. That is somthing SAF could never do....its defenetly conclusive that all great managers are Scottish though.
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    You guys are so easy to wind up srsly
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    (Original post by Mr. Orange)
    Won a cup with Celtic
    Was the first manager to win the European Cup with local lads(i.e a team who were all from Glasgow or thereabouts). Not to mention Celtic, thanks to Jock, was the first British team to win the European Cup.

    I'd like to see your 'oh so great' Sir Alex win the Champions League with a team comprised of Mancunians.
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    (Original post by InvoluntarySlacker)
    I'll pretend I know about football and :facepalm2: to fit in.
    haha love it
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    Shankly should be number one, IMO.

    Shocked that Paisley isn't in the top 5. Most successful british manager of all time.
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    Was the first manager to win the European Cup with local lads(i.e a team who were all from Glasgow or thereabouts). Not to mention Celtic, thanks to Jock, was the first British team to win the European Cup.

    I'd like to see your 'oh so great' Sir Alex win the Champions League with a team comprised of Mancunians.
    Didnt he win the European Cup Winners' Cup with Aberdeen and for a short while breaking the Old Firm monopoly in Scotland? Also, as the only British manager to do a treble playing in one of the best leagues in the world(not the 2 horse race that is the SPL) he's definitely one of the best, if not the best British manager of all time.
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    I'd like to see your 'oh so great' Sir Alex win the Champions League with a team comprised of Mancunians.


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    (Original post by PGtips92)


    I'll repeat myself again for you.

    I'd like to see your 'oh so great' Sir Alex win the Champions League with a team comprised of Mancunians.
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    Was the first manager to win the European Cup with local lads(i.e a team who were all from Glasgow or thereabouts). Not to mention Celtic, thanks to Jock, was the first British team to win the European Cup.
    Yeah we know. Thanks for clarifying.
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    I'll repeat myself again for you.

    I'd like to see your 'oh so great' Sir Alex win the Champions League with a team comprised of Mancunians.
    Why have you highlighted "Champions League"?
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    I think sir bobby should be a lot higher up, top 10 at least. I might be biased because im an ipswich fan, but taking a small club from rural suffolk and making them the best team in england for a number of years was nothing short of a miracle.

    There is something else that sets bobby apart from the rest

    Not many had success in 4 different countries and internationally, which bobby did
    Plus, as a person, what a guy
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    (Original post by PGtips92)
    Why have you highlighted "Champions League"?
    Because the Champions League is the European Cup's successor.
 
 
 
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