- Carlo Ancelotti has been rated as the best manager by points in the 21st century beating Wenger and others
- The Italian manager who won three Champions League titles recently made a return to Spanish giants Real Madrid
- Arsene Wenger who spent years at Arsenal is occupying second position on the list while Jose Mourinho occupies third
Carlo Ancelotti who is the gaffer of Spanish giants Real Madrid has been named as the one topping the stunning list of best football managers of 21st century by League points.
There is no doubt about the fact that the Italian is one of the best coaches in the world considering his records winning three Champions League titles which is incredible.
The former Everton boss is now leading a star-studded field of coaches who have clocked up more than 11,000 points between them according to the report on UK Sun.
Interestingly, Arsene Wenger is occupying second position on the list and the Frenchman is topping his super rival in the Premier League Jose Mourinho.
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Former Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson who won many titles at Old Trafford during his reign is occupying third position on the list.
Below is the list of best managers in 21st century by points
1. Carlo Ancelotti 1434 points in 706 games
2. Arsene Wenger with 1381 points in 702 games
3. Jose Mourinho with 1194 points in 561 games
4. Alex Ferguson with 1132 points from 513 matches
5. Pep Guardiola with 1093 points in 453 games
6. Jurgen Klopp with 1055 points in 569 games
7. Rafa Benitez with 1013 points from 572 games
8. Claude Puel with 1008 points from 705 games
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9. Claudio Ranieri with 998 points from 593 games
10. Manuel Pellegrini with 954 points from 550 games
Former Man United Star Reveals Stunning Thing Mourinho Did Months After Humiliating Him at Old Trafford
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Bastian Schweinsteiger stated emphatically that Jose Mourinho tendered an apology to him for the way he was treated at Manchester United when the Portuguese arrived as manager.
Before the former Germany international retired from football, he joined Manchester United in 2015 after leaving German giants Bayern Munich where he actually made his name in the game.
And during his first season as Manchester United player, it was Louis van Gaal who was the manager at Old Trafford and Bastian enjoyed active playing time.
Under Louis van Gaal in the Premier League, Bastian Schweinsteiger played 31 games netting only one goal for Manchester United before the Dutch manager left.