Ranking Football Managers By Playing Career

9. Luis Enrique.

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The Barcelona manager certainly proved that he is one of the best in the world currently after winning loads of trophies in his 2 year spell with the Catalan club. Having represented both Real Madrid and Barcelona in his playing career, Luis Enrique was considered as one of the most versatile player of his era after playing on variegated positions throughout his career. As a player he won the La Liga with Real Madrid in 1994–95 and Copa del Rey in 1992–93. He also won the Supercopa de España in 1993.

His well decorated career with Barcelona started in 1996 and became one of the best players in the team. He won the La Liga with Spanish giants in 1997–98, and 1998–99. He also won the Copa del Rey twice and Supercopa de España: 1996. He also has UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and UEFA Super Cup to his name. After managing Barcelona B from 2008-2011, Enrique was the head coach of Roma and Celta Vigo and returned to manage Barcelona B in 2014. He completed the historic treble with Barcelona in his debut season followed by a double in the next. He was also named as FIFA World Coach of the year in 2015.

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