Gone are the days when Soccer coaches are only interested in shouting on the touchline. Now most of them have the best fashion sense in the world of sports.
These Soccer coaches are always careful with what they put on and here’s a list of the 10 best-dressed Soccer coaches in football now.
1. Roberto Mancini
For several years now, the Italian has been setting the pace. If it’s not a suit and tie with a jacket held casually over the shoulder, it’s stylish scarves worn with long coats. Mancini is an absolute touchline fashion legend.
2. Erik ten Hag
Since we can all remember, Manchester United has lacked both substance and style in almost every area. Erik ten Hag will by far drastically improve their touchline strategy, even if he is unable to modify it on the field. He’s a traditionalist, but he means business. He wears smart coats, scarves, suit pants, and shirts.
3. Pep Guardiola
Without a strong foundation in the world of fashion, one cannot possibly be the best boss in the world. For Pep Guardiola’s benefit, he unquestionably does that. The Manchester City Soccer coach, who isn’t afraid to stray from the traditional suit and tie, has rocked some amazing outfits.
4. Mikel Arteta
The former assistant to Pep Guardiola in Manchester City, Mikel Arteta is fourth on our list best dressed Soccer coaches. The current Arsenal manager also learned how to dress well from his former boss. The Spanish man knows how to combine his outfits to bring a stylish look.
5. Diego Simeone
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone is known for wearing all-black attire, especially during a knockout stage game. He’s also one of the most entertaining managers to watch and this could be why he knows how to combine his clothes.
6. Paul Tisdale
The British manager Paul Tisdale is always on his Flat caps, hats, sunglasses, leather gloves, or anything British. Although he coaches a League Two club, Stevenage, his attire is worth the UEFA Champions League games.
7. Julian Nagelsmann
Julian Nagelsmann is not only a young coach but also one of the best dressed. He is always well-dressed anytime you see him on the touchline with Bayern Munich. The German has a close resemblance with Paul Tisdale in terms of fashion.
8. Scott Parker
Parker is another manager that doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the fashion game. The young manager is experienced not only in coaching but also in the rotation of coats and jackets. His mode of dressing is similar to Mikel Arteta’s.
9. Sinisa Mihajlovic
Are you looking for a manager who has the best sneakers collection? Then Sinisa Mihajlovic is the man to check out. The Bologna manager is often rocking a suave blazer and jumper combination, or he wraps up with leather gloves. He also puts on nice flat caps which gives him a British look.
Why don’t more football managers dress like Bologna’s Sinisa Mihajlovic? 😎 pic.twitter.com/s7SkfkWGTj— GOAL (@goal) March 13, 2021
10. Luis Enrique
The former Barcelona head coach is not afraid to impress the viewers with his nice cloth combinations. The Spanish manager usually wears cropped pants, with a clean pair of sneakers and an often simple, sometimes expensive t-shirt or sweater.