Former Dutch national football trainer Rinus Michels is the world’s best post-World War II coach, says Britain’s The Times newspaper.
Michels beats former Manchester United coach Matt Busby and Austria’s Ernst Happel, who also coached the Dutch team. Michels, who died in 2005, is joined on the list by Johan Cruijff (number 15) Guus Hiddink (29) and Louis van Gaal (36).
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