5. Alex Ferguson – Manchester United
Fegie has been around for years but he has always remained old school and insisted on wearing a
suit on match days unlike a lot of newer age managers. He consistantly wears the red and white of Manchester United with either a navy or black suit. He doesn’t have the style of his Italian counterparts but he definately has the style and he certainly knows how to wear mens clothes well. The pensioner certainly looks better than his biggest rival Arsene Wenger who is normally seen walking the touchlines in a jacket that resembles a sleeping bag.
4. Fabio Capello – England
The Italian who is known for his stylish trademark glasses is only ever seen in designer Italian suits.
To be honest if I was getting paid over £6 million a year by the English football association I would
constantly be wearing those suits too. Capello doesn’t look out of place standing next to David
Beckham in the above picture either, they could even be mistaken for father and son on the way to a
fashion show in Milan with their matching suits.
3. Roberto Mancini – Manchester City
Mancini who has been given the title “the best hair in football management” is another stylish
Italian, although he is best known for his scarf. Ever since his arrival in Manchester his trademark
scarves having been flying off the shelves. This fashion accessory is now a must have for all
Manchester city fans and this has led to his club planning to launch a Roberto Mancini range of
clothing that will include scarves, t-shirts, polo tops and hoodies. Next thing we might see is the club
launching a Mancini hairdresser’s salon…
2. Pep Guardiola – Barcelona
Guardiola hasn’t been a manger for a very long time but he has already won everything with
Barcelona. Pep is another man who knows exactly how to rock a custom made designer suit along
with his trademark skinny black tie and knitted coat. His fashion style has been seen as very similar to that
of pop legend Justin Timberlake. I don’t know how he does it but he gets away with wearing formal
suits while standing on the sideline of the Nou Camp. Some would wonder what Pep wore on his
1. Jose Mourinho – Real Madrid
When you nickname yourself “The Special One” you would want to make sure there is something
special about you to live up to it to the glorified title. Luckily for Jose he has won nearly every major
trophy in football with some of the biggest clubs in Europe and he has a charming fashion sense
to go with it. Mourinho’s grey overcoat has been come iconic, much to the delight of Armani. “The
Special One’s” ability to wear a suit and tie well along with stylish overcoats is the reason why he is
the best dressed football manger.