The FC Barcelona manager has been named the best coach in the world for the second consecutive year, according to the survey conducted by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS). Guardiola got 201 points in the vote and finished ahead of José Mourinho and Sir Alex Ferguson.
The FC Barcelona manager is still collecting accolades. This time it was the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) that once again made him the best manager on the world. Guardiola was given 201 points in votes by the experts in 81 countries in all continents that took part in this annual election.
Guardiola finished way ahead of Real Madrid boss José Mourinho, and also Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United, who finished second and third.
Barça's amazing football and wealth of titles won in 2011 are still gaining worldwide recognition and Guardiola has once again been deservedly honoured for the fantastic job he is doing. (via FCBarcelona.cat)
1. Pep Guardiola FC Barcelona, 201 points
2. José Mourinho Real Madrid, 112 points
3. Sir Alex Ferguson Manchester United, 107
4. André Villas-Boas Chelsea, 78 points
5. Roberto Mancini Manchester City, 45 points
6. Muricy Ramalho Santos, 20 points