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    Career League Coaching Records

    Since I get bored easily and I enjoy digging up stats, I decided to start a thread to display popular coaches career records. I will concentrate on league records because that is where the majority of matches for each coach comes from. If anyone has any requests, I will gladly take them! I hope you all enjoy...


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    ALLARDYCE, SAM
    ANCELOTTI, CARLO

    B
    BAJEVIĆ, DUŠAN
    BENÍTEZ, RAFAEL
    BIELSA, MARCELO
    BUSBY, SIR MATT

    C
    CAPELLO, FABIO
    CÚPER, HÉCTOR

    D
    DEL BOSQUE, VICENTE
    DESCHAMPS, DIDIER

    E

    F
    FERGUSON, SIR ALEX

    G
    GUARDIOLA, JOSEP

    H
    HAPPEL, ERNST
    HIDDINK, GUUS
    HITZFELD, OTTMAR

    I
    IRURETA, JAVIER

    J

    K

    L
    LAUDRUP, MICHAEL
    LIPPI, MARCELLO

    M
    MALESANI, ALBERTO
    MANCINI, ROBERTO
    MARKARIÁN, SERGIO
    MICHELS, RINUS
    MIHAJLOVIĆ, SINIŠA
    MOURINHO, JOSÉ
    MUÑOZ, VÍCTOR

    N

    O
    O'NEILL, MARTIN

    P

    Q

    R
    RAMOS, JUANDE
    ROBSON, SIR BOBBY

    S
    SCHUSTER, BERND

    T
    TEN CATE, HENK
    TERIM, FATIH
    TRAPATTONI, GIOVANNI

    U

    V
    VILLAS-BOAS, ANDRÉ
    VÖLLER, RUDI

    W
    WENGER, ARSÈNE

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    Y

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    RANKINGS


    Games
    1. Ferguson - 1,402
    2. Robson - 1,064
    3. Busby - 1,029
    4. Wenger - 1,015
    5. Happel - 954

    Wins
    1. Ferguson - 809
    2. Happel - 539
    3. Wenger - 536
    4. Robson - 516
    5. Busby - 500

    Win Percentage
    1. Guardiola - 74%
    2. Mourinho - 69%
    3. Villas-Boas - 66%
    4. Hiddink - 61%
    5. Bajević - 60%

    Points Per Season (38 Games)
    1. Guardiola - 91.20
    2. Mourinho - 86.26
    3. Villas-Boas - 81.70
    4. Hiddink - 77.52
    5. Bajević - 76.38


    Coaches listed in bold are still currently active.
    Last edited by vitomins; 20 Jun 11 at 14:40.

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    JOSÉ MOURINHO CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    BENFICA (2000)
    Games: 9
    Record: 5-2-2
    Home Record: 4-1-0
    Away Record: 1-1-2
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 17
    Average Points Per Game: 1.89

    Resigned from Benfica after he was denied a contract extension, signed with midtable Portuguese side Uniao midway through the 2000-01 season...


    UNIAO DE LEIRIA (2001-2002)
    Games: 38
    Record: 19-12-7
    Home Record: 12-7-0
    Away Record: 7-5-7
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 69
    Average Points Per Game: 1.82

    After guiding Uniao to a 5th place finish in his first half season as manager, and all the way up to second at one point in the following season, Mourinho was picked up by a 5th place Porto midway through the 2001-02 season, leaving Uniao in 4th place ahead of Porto...


    PORTO (2002-2004)
    Games: 83
    Record: 63-14-6
    Home Record: 38-2-1
    Away Record: 25-12-5
    Winning Percentage: 76%
    Total Points: 203
    Average Points Per Game: 2.45

    After winning 2 Portuguese Liga titles in 2002-03 and 2003-04, 1 Cup of Portugal in 2002-03, 1 SuperCup in 2003, 1 UEFA Cup in 2003 and 1 Champions League in 2004 with Porto, Mourinho signs with Chelsea after interest from many top European clubs...


    CHELSEA (2004-2007)
    Games: 120
    Record: 85-25-10
    Home Record: 46-14-0
    Away Record: 39-11-10
    Winning Percentage: 71%
    Total Points: 280
    Average Points Per Game: 2.33

    After winning 2 English Premier League titles in 2004-05, and 2005-06, 1 FA Cup in 2007, 2 League Cups in 2005 and 2007, and 1 Community Shield in 2005, Mourinho decides to part ways with Chelsea after only 10 games in the 2007-08 season. He then signs with Inter Milan in June of 2008 and becomes the highest paid manager in the world....


    INTERNAZIONALE (2008-2010)
    Games: 76
    Record: 49-19-8
    Home Record: 29-9-0
    Away Record: 20-10-8
    Winning Percentage: 64%
    Total Points: 166
    Average Points Per Game: 2.18

    Jose Mourinho wins the Serie A title and Italian SuperCup in his first season with Inter and signs a contract extension through 2012. On May 2, 2010, after a 2–0 away win at Rome against Lazio, Inter almost secured the Serie A title. On May 5, 2010, the team won the Coppa Italia, defeating AS Roma 1–0, and on the May 16, 2010 Inter beat Siena 1–0 to secure the domestic double. On May 22, 2010, Inter won the UEFA Champions League beating Bayern Munich 2–0, and in doing so Inter became the first Italian club to complete The Treble and Mourinho personally celebrated the second "treble win" in his managerial career and second Champions League win. The day after having won the UEFA Champions League, Mourinho claimed that he was "sad, as almost for sure it's my last game with Inter". After days of discussions between Real Madrid and Inter, a compensation package was successfully agreed on May 27, 2010, and Mourinho was consequently released by Inter...


    REAL MADRID (2010-Present)
    Games: 38
    Record: 29-5-4
    Home Record: 16-1-2
    Away Record: 13-4-2
    Winning Percentage: 76%
    Total Points: 92
    Average Points Per Game: 2.42

    On May 28, 2010, it was confirmed that Mourinho would take over from Manuel Pellegrini at the Santiago Bernabéu. On April 20, 2011, Mourinho won his first trophy in Spanish football as Real Madrid defeated Barcelona 1–0 in the Copa del Rey final held at the Mestalla in Valencia ending Real Madrid's eighteen-year-long cup drought...


    LAST SEASON - REAL MADRID (2010-2011)
    Games: 38
    Record: 29-5-4
    Home Record: 16-1-2
    Away Record: 13-4-2
    Winning Percentage: 76%
    Total Points: 92
    Average Points Per Game: 2.42


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 364
    Record: 250-77-37
    Home Record: 145-34-3
    Away Record: 105-43-34
    Winning Percentage: 69%
    Total Points: 827
    Average Points Per Game: 2.27
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 86.26
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    CARLO ANCELOTTI CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    REGGIANA (1995-1996)
    Games: 38
    Record: 16-13-9
    Home Record: 12-6-1
    Away Record: 4-7-8
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 61
    Average Points Per Game: 1.61

    Carlo took over Reggiana after they were relegated to Serie B following 2 seasons in Serie A. Ancelotti, after 3 years as the Italian National Team Vice Coach, lead Reggiana to 4th place and earned promotion to the Serie A in his first season as a head coach. He then had the opportunity to move to bigger and better things and became the manager of Parma...


    PARMA (1996-1998)
    Games: 68
    Record: 33-21-14
    Home Record: 20-9-5
    Away Record: 13-12-9
    Winning Percentage: 49%
    Total Points: 120
    Average Points Per Game: 1.76

    A remarkable first season with Parma lead them to their highest position in the Serie A, 2nd place, which still stands today as their record. After finishing only 2 points behind Champions Juventus and qualifying for Champions League in his debut season with Parma, Ancelotti had a much less impressive second season finishing 6th and only qualifying for UEFA Cup. Ancelotti left Parma and was unemployed for a few months until Lippi's exit from Juventus opened the door in February 1999...


    JUVENTUS (1999-2001)
    Games: 82
    Record: 50-21-11
    Home Record: 29-9-3
    Away Record: 21-12-8
    Winning Percentage: 61%
    Total Points: 171
    Average Points Per Game: 2.09

    Guided Juventus to a 6th place finish and an Intertoto Cup after taking over in February for Marcello Lippi, Ancelotti became a househould name after finishing 2nd in his next two seasons. However, 144 points in 2 seasons was not good enough and he was let go, which was all for the best after he was given the Milan job in November, 2001...


    MILAN (2001-2009)
    Games: 283
    Record: 163-68-52
    Home Record: 94-31-17
    Away Record: 69-37-35
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 557
    Average Points Per Game: 1.97

    Although he became known as one of the greatest managers of the game, his league record would not be the reason behind it. After no trophies in his first season, Ancelotti managed to win the Coppa Italia in his second season. It was in this season he also won his first Champions League trophy and solidified his future with the club. The following year he won the UEFA Super Cup and his only Scudetto. He then went on a 2 year drought, only winning the Italian Super Cup in 2004. His performances in Europe saved his job and in 2007 he lifted his second Champions League trophy and first FIFA Club World Cup trophy. After another 2 year drought and much less impressive performances in Europe, Ancelotti decided to call it quits and joined Chelsea in June, 2009....


    CHELSEA (2009-2011)
    Games: 76
    Record: 48-13-15
    Home Record: 31-4-3
    Away Record: 17-9-12
    Winning Percentage: 63%
    Total Points: 157
    Average Points Per Game: 2.07

    A tremendous start to his first Chelsea season gets him 6 wins in his first 6 matches. On May 9, 2010, Ancelotti led Chelsea to win the Premier League title, beating Manchester United by one point and setting scoring records. The team finished the campaign with 103 goals, becoming the first team to score more than 100 goals in the top flight of English football since Tottenham Hotspur in the 1962-63 First Division season (Tottenham finished second). Ancelotti also became the first Italian manager to win Premier League. On May 15, 2010, Ancelotti led Chelsea to win the 2009-10 FA Cup, beating Portsmouth 1-0 in the final at Wembley. This was the the third time Chelsea had won the FA Cup in four years, equalling the record set by Arsenal between 2002 and 2005. This also accomplished the club's first ever domestic double within the one season. On May 8, 2011, Chelsea lost to Manchester United 2–1 at Old Trafford to be second in the league and six points behind them with just two more games to play. He was sacked less than two hours after a 1–0 defeat at Everton on May 22...


    LAST SEASON - CHELSEA (2010-2011)
    Games: 38
    Record: 21-8-9
    Home Record: 14-3-2
    Away Record: 7-5-7
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 71
    Average Points Per Game: 1.87


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 547
    Record: 310-136-101
    Home Record: 186-59-29
    Away Record: 124-77-72
    Winning Percentage: 57%
    Total Points: 1,066
    Average Points Per Game: 1.95
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 74.10
    Last edited by vitomins; 13 Jun 11 at 16:37.

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    haha...excellent name for this!

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    Gotta tell ya this is good shit u r compiling
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf19 View Post
    Damn Vito u are crazy with stats man.
    Gotta tell ya this is good shit u r compiling
    haha I love collecting stats...thanks and if you have a request let me know. I think I am going to do Capello next...

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    No problem Bes...any requests?

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    FABIO CAPELLO CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    * Note: Even though the league awarded 2 points for wins in his early seasons, I awarded him 3 points so that his record could be factored in with todays standards...

    MILAN (1987)
    Games: 6
    Record: 2-2-2
    Home Record: 2-1-0
    Away Record: 0-1-2
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 8
    Average Points Per Game: 1.33

    Capello's first experience was leading Milan in the last six games of the 1986/87 Serie A season, replacing Nils Liedholm and achieving the UEFA Cup qualifications in a play-off with Sampdoria. However, the following season, Arrigo Sacchi became the new Rossoneri manager and Capello stepped aside, but still worked for the club....


    MILAN (1991-1996)
    Games: 179
    Record: 103-59-17
    Home Record: 59-24-6
    Away Record: 44-35-11
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 368
    Average Points Per Game: 2.06

    Capello made his second and best remembered coaching experience in the early 1990s again with Milan, replacing Sacchi and leading a team including the likes of Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit, Paolo Maldini, and Franco Baresi to four Serie A titles in five years with a team nicknamed "The Invincibles". Under Capello, Milan remained unbeaten for 58 league games between 19 May 1991 and 21 March 1993, which included an entire season where they were unbeaten in the league. In 1994 Milan routed the favourites FC Barcelona 4-0 to win the UEFA Champions League, earning them a reputation of one of the great sides of the modern era. Although Milan lost the Serie A title in 1995 - finishing a disappointing fourth - Capello signed off from his six-year stint with the Rossoneri by regaining the league championship the following year. Capello left for the highest bidder, Real Madrid...


    REAL MADRID (1996-1997)
    Games: 42
    Record: 27-11-4
    Home Record: 17-4-0
    Away Record: 10-7-4
    Winning Percentage: 64%
    Total Points: 92
    Average Points Per Game: 2.19

    Capello had a single season in charge of Real Madrid, guiding the club to the Spanish league title in 1997. Despite his tenure with Los Merengues lasting only a year, he was credited with bringing in a number of players such as Roberto Carlos, Predrag Mijatović, Davor Šuker, and Clarence Seedorf who helped the club establish their Champions League dominance over the next few years. It was time to return to Milan....


    MILAN (1997-1998)
    Games: 34
    Record: 11-11-12
    Home Record: 6-7-4
    Away Record: 5-4-8
    Winning Percentage: 32%
    Total Points: 44
    Average Points Per Game: 1.29

    Capello then returned to Milan for a brief and less successful spell. Milan finished the Serie A 1997-98 season in 10th place, 30 points behind the champions Juventus, by which time Capello had already departed the club. Capello would become a commentator for RAI for a year before joining Roma in 1999...


    ROMA(1999-2004)
    Games: 170
    Record: 89-52-29
    Home Record: 57-20-8
    Away Record: 32-32-21
    Winning Percentage: 52%
    Total Points: 319
    Average Points Per Game: 1.88

    After a short break he moved to Roma in 1999, winning the 2001 Scudetto. That was Roma's first major honour in a decade and only the third ever time they had been crowned Champions of Italy. The final years of his tenure were also marred by accusations that he engineered the departure of several key players to sabotage the club. To this day, Capello is reviled by the vast majority of Roma fans. This is despite the fact that he led the club to their only Scudetto since 1983. After promising to never coach Juventus, Capello did just that...


    JUVENTUS (2004-2006)
    Games: 76
    Record: 53-18-5
    Home Record: 29-7-2
    Away Record: 24-11-3
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 177
    Average Points Per Game: 2.33

    In 2004, Capello left debt-ridden Roma to sign with Juventus. Juventus won the 2004–05 and 2005–06 Scudetto under Capello's leadership, but were later stripped of their trophies due to involvement in the Italian match-fixing scandal, although there is no indication that Capello was involved. The scandal engulfed the Turin club, and in 2006 they were relegated to Serie B by the authorities.

    In July 2006, with Juventus in the midst of the aforementioned match-fixing scandal, Capello resigned as Juventus manager. Press reports strongly linked him with a move back to Real Madrid and on July 5, 2006, the official Real Madrid website announced Capello's appointment...


    REAL MADRID (2006-2007)
    Games: 38
    Record: 23-7-8
    Home Record: 12-4-3
    Away Record: 11-3-5
    Winning Percentage: 61%
    Total Points: 76
    Average Points Per Game: 2.00

    Despite winning La Liga, Capello was sacked on June 28, 2007 due to Real's pragmatic style of play at a club with recent memories of the individualistic and free-flowing, but ultimately unsuccessful Galáctico era...


    CURRENT SEASON - ENGLAND NATIONAL TEAM


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 545
    Record: 308-160-77
    Home Record: 182-67-23
    Away Record: 126-93-54
    Winning Percentage: 57%
    Total Points: 1,084
    Average Points Per Game: 1.99
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 75.62
    Last edited by vitomins; 25 Sep 09 at 15:16.

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    So far you picked some nice ones,I will request Ferguson's and Wenger's stats.

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    Great work. Really impressed by Mourinho's home record. Who did he lose to with Porto in the league back then? This also makes me kinda proud to be a Panathinaikos fan as we beat Mourinho twice at home (both time 1-0 wins, one in his UEFA CUP winning season and last season at the Meazza)

    Interested to see Irureta and Martin O'Neill as well

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    Vito it has been said before,but it must be said again..Great work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko View Post
    Great work. Really impressed by Mourinho's home record. Who did he lose to with Porto in the league back then? This also makes me kinda proud to be a Panathinaikos fan as we beat Mourinho twice at home (both time 1-0 wins, one in his UEFA CUP winning season and last season at the Meazza)

    Interested to see Irureta and Martin O'Neill as well

    Mourinho actually lost his only home game after taking over Porto midseason in 2002. So I guess it can be said, with his players he has never lost a home league game...


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    Thank you guys....Sir Alex Ferguson will be next!

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    SIR ALEX FERGUSON CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    EAST STIRLINGSHIRE (1974)
    Games: 12
    Record: 7-2-3
    Home Record: 5-1-1
    Away Record: 2-1-2
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 23
    Average Points Per Game: 1.92

    In June 1974, Ferguson was appointed manager of East Stirlingshire, at the comparatively young age of 32. His players admired his tactical decisions, however, and the club's results improved considerably. The following October, Ferguson was invited to manage St. Mirren. While they were below East Stirlingshire in the league, they were a bigger club and although Ferguson felt a degree of loyalty towards East Stirlingshire, he decided to join St. Mirren after taking advice from Jock Stein...


    ST. MIRREN (1974-1978)
    Games: 128
    Record: 59-33-36
    Home Record: 36-16-12
    Away Record: 23-17-24
    Winning Percentage: 46%
    Total Points: 210
    Average Points Per Game: 1.64

    Ferguson was manager of St. Mirren from 1974 until 1978, producing a remarkable transformation of a team in the lower half of the old Second Division watched by crowds of just over 1,000, to First Division champions in 1977. The average age of the league winning team was 19. St. Mirren have been the only club ever to sack Ferguson after an 8th place finish in his first campaign in the Scottish Premier Division. He claimed wrongful dismissal against the club at an industrial tribunal but lost and was given no leave to appeal. The fundamental reason for the dismissal was a breach of contract relating to Ferguson having agreed to join Aberdeen...


    ABERDEEN (1978-1986)
    Games: 303
    Record: 174-76-53
    Home Record: 98-31-23
    Away Record: 76-45-30
    Winning Percentage: 57%
    Total Points: 598
    Average Points Per Game: 1.97

    Ferguson spent 8 seasons with Aberdeen bringing the club many trophies:
    3 - Scottish Premier Division Titles (1979-80, 1983-84, 1984-85)
    4 - Scottish Cups (1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1985–86)
    1 - Scottish League Cup (1985–86)
    1 - UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1982–83)
    1 - UEFA Super Cup (1983)

    Aberdeen retained their league title in the 1984–85 season, but had a disappointing season in 1985–86, finishing fourth in the league, although they did win both domestic cups. Ferguson had been appointed to the club's board of directors early in 1986, but that April he told Dick Donald, their chairman, that he intended to leave that summer. Although Ferguson remained at the club over the summer, he did eventually join Manchester United when Ron Atkinson was sacked in November, 1986....


    MANCHESTER UNITED (1986-Present)
    Games: 959
    Record: 569-228-162
    Home Record: 339-93-47
    Away Record: 230-135-115
    Winning Percentage: 59%
    Total Points: 1,935
    Average Points Per Game: 2.02

    Sir Alex is in the same spot he was 25 years ago! It is too much to describe what he has done with this club, so I will just list his accomplishments:

    12 - English Premier League Titles (1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010-11)
    5 - FA Cups (1989–90, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2003–04)
    4 - League Cups (1991–92, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2009-10)
    9 - Charity Shields (1990, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010)
    2 - UEFA Champions League Titles (1998–99, 2007–08)
    1 - UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1990–91)
    1 - UEFA Super Cup (1991)
    1 - Intercontinental Cup (1999)
    1 - FIFA Club World Cup (2008)


    LAST SEASON - MANCHESTER UNITED (2010-2011)
    Games: 38
    Record: 23-11-4
    Home Record: 18-1-0
    Away Record: 5-10-4
    Winning Percentage: 61%
    Total Points: 80
    Average Points Per Game: 2.11


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 1,402
    Record: 809-339-254
    Home Record: 478-141-83
    Away Record: 331-198-171
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 2,766
    Average Points Per Game: 1.97
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 74.86
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    ARSÈNE WENGER CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    NANCY (1984-1987)
    Games: 114
    Record: 33-30-51
    Home Record: 26-18-13
    Away Record: 7-12-38
    Winning Percentage: 29%
    Total Points: 129
    Average Points Per Game: 1.13

    Wenger's first senior job was at Nancy, which he joined in 1984, but he enjoyed little success there. During his third and final season in charge, Nancy finished 19th and were relegated to Ligue 2...


    AS MONACO (1987-1994)
    Games: 266
    Record: 130-83-53
    Home Record: 93-30-10
    Away Record: 37-53-43
    Winning Percentage: 49%
    Total Points: 473
    Average Points Per Game: 1.78

    Wenger's managerial career took off when he became the manager of AS Monaco in 1987. He won the league in 1988 (his first season in charge) and the French Cup in 1991. Wenger was shortlisted for the managerial role at Bayern Munich, but could not take the job due to Monaco's board refusing to allow them to talk with Wenger, only to release Wenger several weeks later after the post was filled...


    NAGOYA GRAMPUS EIGHT (1995-1996)
    Games: 73
    Record: 47-0-26
    Home Record: 27-0-11
    Away Record: 20-0-15
    Winning Percentage: 64%
    Total Points: 141
    Average Points Per Game: 1.93

    Arsene moved on to a successful 18-month stint with the Japanese J. League team Nagoya Grampus Eight, with whom he won the Emperor's Cup, the national cup competition. He also took the club from the bottom three to runners-up position in the league. Wenger had in the meantime become a friend of the then Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein, after the two had met when Wenger attended a match between Arsenal and Queens Park Rangers in 1988. After Bruce Rioch was sacked in August, 1996, Gérard Houllier, the then technical director of the French Football Federation, recommended Wenger to David Dein in the summer of 1996. Arsenal confirmed his appointment on September 28, 1996...


    ARSENAL (1996-Present)
    Games: 562
    Record: 326-143-93
    Home Record: 197-57-27
    Away Record: 129-86-66
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 1,121
    Average Points Per Game: 1.99

    After 15 seasons, Wenger is still at Arsenal and has won the following during his tenure:

    3 - English Premier League Titles (1997–98, 2001–02, 2003–04)
    4 - FA Cups (1997–98, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2004–05)
    4 - Charity Shields (1998, 1999, 2002, 2004)


    LAST SEASON - ARSENAL (2010-2011)
    Games: 38
    Record: 19-11-8
    Home Record: 11-4-4
    Away Record: 8-7-4
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 68
    Average Points Per Game: 1.79


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 1,015
    Record: 536-256-223
    Home Record: 343-105-61
    Away Record: 193-151-162
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 1,864
    Average Points Per Game: 1.84
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 69.92
    Last edited by vitomins; 13 Jun 11 at 19:03.

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    It'd be nicer though to edit the first post and include all stats in there rather than having to scroll down or turn pages to view the stats, don't you think?

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