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    Really vito, I'm surprised for the great job what are you doing for the statistics.. I never could do anything like this, I don't have nerves for that..

    Big thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko View Post
    Once more bravo

    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?
    haha there is no way I would be able to fit everything into 1 post...I will add a key at the top with links to each individual post

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    JAVIER IRURETA CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    * Note: I was unable to find home/away stats for Irureta's first job at Sestao. If anyone has this information, please let me know!

    SESTAO SPORT (Now "Sestao River Club") (1984-1988)
    Games: 158
    Record: 73-37-48
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 46%
    Total Points: 256
    Average Points Per Game: 1.62

    Irureta began his coaching career in the Segunda Division B with Sestao Sport in the 1984-85 season. He won the Segunda Division B and gained promotion to the Segunda Division in his first full season in charge. In the 1986-87 season, Irureta missed out on promotion to the Primera Divison by 2 points. He then completed one more mid-table season before getting the call from the Primera Division Logroñés...


    LOGROÑÉS (1988-1989)
    Games: 20
    Record: 5-9-6
    Home Record: 3-5-1
    Away Record: 2-4-5
    Winning Percentage: 25%
    Total Points: 24
    Average Points Per Game: 1.20

    Irureta lasted only 20 matches in his first Primera Division season. It kicked off on a very high note when he defeated Atletico Madrid, the team where he had great success as a player, on his debut...


    REAL OVIEDO (1989-1993)
    Games: 152
    Record: 50-49-53
    Home Record: 40-23-13
    Away Record: 10-26-40
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 199
    Average Points Per Game: 1.31

    Irueta spent a mediocre 4 seasons at Oviedo, with his best season being 1990-91 when he guided Real Oviedo to a 6th place finish and UEFA Cup qualification. He departed for Racing Santander in the summer of 1993...


    RACING SANTANDER (1993-1994)
    Games: 38
    Record: 15-8-15
    Home Record: 11-4-4
    Away Record: 4-4-11
    Winning Percentage: 39%
    Total Points: 53
    Average Points Per Game: 1.39

    Irureta had another mid-table season with Racing before he decided to leave and manage the last team he played for, Athletic Bilbao...


    ATHLETIC BILBAO (1994-1995)
    Games: 26
    Record: 9-9-8
    Home Record: 5-4-4
    Away Record: 4-5-4
    Winning Percentage: 35%
    Total Points: 36
    Average Points Per Game: 1.38

    A little after midway through the season, Irureta recieved a call from Real Sociedad who were looking for someone to replace Salvador Iriarte. Irureta didn't think twice and left Bilbao after only 9 wins from 26 games...


    REAL SOCIEDAD (1995-1997)
    Games: 96
    Record: 40-25-31
    Home Record: 27-11-10
    Away Record: 13-14-21
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 145
    Average Points Per Game: 1.51

    Javier spent another 2 1/2 seasons trophyless with Sociedad before he switched to Celta Vigo...


    CELTA VIGO (1997-1998)
    Games: 38
    Record: 17-9-12
    Home Record: 14-4-1
    Away Record: 3-5-11
    Winning Percentage: 45%
    Total Points: 60
    Average Points Per Game: 1.58

    Irureta had his best season since his debut with Sestao 13 years ago. He led Celta to a 6th place finish and qualified for UEFA Cup. His performance this season is what landed him his next and most successful job of his career at Deportivo La Coruña...


    DEPORTIVO LA CORUÑA (1998-2005)
    Games: 266
    Record: 135-52-69
    Home Record: 87-27-19
    Away Record: 48-35-50
    Winning Percentage: 51%
    Total Points: 457
    Average Points Per Game: 1.72

    Irureta's greatest successes came with Deportivo de La Coruña, between 1998 and 2005. In his second year, he led Deportivo to its first ever league title, adding runner-up finishes in 2001 and 2002, and third-places in the following two years, while also achieving UEFA Champions League quarterfinals in 2001 and 2002 and the semifinals in 2004. In 2002, the club also won the domestic cup, beating Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. After a poor 2005-05 season Irureta left and spent a year away from coaching...


    REAL BETIS (2006)
    Games: 16
    Record: 3-5-8
    Home Record: 2-2-3
    Away Record: 1-3-5
    Winning Percentage: 19%
    Total Points: 14
    Average Points Per Game: 0.88

    After getting only 3 wins from 16 games in 2006, Irureta was quickly replaced by Luis Fernandez...


    REAL ZARAGOZA (2008)
    Games: 6
    Record: 1-1-4
    Home Record: 1-0-1
    Away Record: 0-1-3
    Winning Percentage: 17%
    Total Points: 4
    Average Points Per Game: 0.67

    On January 22, 2008 Irureta was the coach chosen to replace Ander Garitano on the bench of Real Zaragoza. Shortly thereafter, on March 3, he resigned after a run of poor results and on July 9, 2009 he accepted the position of Sporting Director of Athletic Club Bilbao...


    CURRENT SEASON - ATHLETIC CLUB BILBAO SPORTING DIRECTOR


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 816
    Record: 348-204-254
    Home Record: 190-80-56
    Away Record: 85-97-150
    Winning Percentage: 43%
    Total Points: 1,248
    Average Points Per Game: 1.53
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 58.14
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    MARTIN O'NEILL CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    * Note: I was unable to find home/away stats for O'Neill's first season at Grantham Town or his results during his 3 month stint at Shepshed Charterhouse. If anyone has this info, let me know!

    GRANTHAM TOWN (1987-1989)
    Games: 84
    Record: 50-15-19
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 60%
    Total Points: 165
    Average Points Per Game: 1.96

    Financial problems meant that the club had little success but in 1987/88 the board took the bold step of appointing former Forest and Northern Ireland player Martin O'Neil as manager and he appointed his former Forest colleague John Robertson as his assistant. Under Martin, promotion was missed by one point at the end of the season and the following season the club finished 5th after being in contention all season. Martin moved on at the end of the season to continue his progress up the management ladder...


    SHEPSHED CHARTERHOUSE (1989)
    Games: ??
    Record: ??-??-??
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: ??
    Total Points: ??
    Average Points Per Game: ??

    O'Neill spent an unsuccessful 3 months at Shepshed before moving on to the job that established his name a manager...


    WYCOMBE WANDERERS (1990-1995)
    Games: 230
    Record: 123-58-49
    Home Record: 75-23-15
    Away Record: 48-35-34
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 427
    Average Points Per Game: 1.86

    Martin became manager at Wycombe at the beginning of the 1990–91 season. In the following season he led Wycombe to 2nd place in the Conference, losing out to Colchester United only on goal difference. The following season, he took Wycombe into the Football League for the very first time. In the 1992–93 season, he took Wycombe to a second successive promotion via the Division 3 Playoffs and a 4–2 win over Preston North End took them up into Division 2. He left the club in 1995 to become manager at Norwich City...


    NORWICH CITY (1995)
    Games: 16
    Record: 6-6-4
    Home Record: 4-3-1
    Away Record: 2-3-3
    Winning Percentage: 38%
    Total Points: 24
    Average Points Per Game: 1.50

    O'Neill became manager of Norwich City in the summer of 1995, but left the club in December of that year due to differences with club chairman Robert Chase over the potential signing of striker Dean Windass during his first stint at Hull City for £750,000...


    LEICESTER CITY (1995-2000)
    Games: 176
    Record: 62-53-61
    Home Record: 35-40-25
    Away Record: 27-23-36
    Winning Percentage: 35%
    Total Points: 239
    Average Points Per Game: 1.36

    Martin joined Leicester City immediately after leaving Norwich. After a difficult start he achieved great success at the club, gaining promotion via the play-offs to the Premiership in the same season as joining the club. Leicester finished in the top half of the Premier League in every season O'Neill was manager. They also won the Football League Cup under O'Neill in 1997 and 2000, as well as reaching the 1999 final of the competition. They finished ninth in 1997, tenth in 1998 and 1999, and eighth in 2000. The two League Cup triumphs saw them qualify for the UEFA Cup each time, though both campaigns were short-lived. During his time at Leicester, O'Neill held talks to become manager of Leeds United but declined the job after thousands of supporters held up placards saying "Don't go Martin!" in an effort to make him stay...


    CELTIC (2000-2005)
    Games: 165
    Record: 139-16-10
    Home Record: 75-4-4
    Away Record: 64-12-6
    Winning Percentage: 84%
    Total Points: 433
    Average Points Per Game: 2.62

    O'Neill did eventually leave Leicester on June 1, 2000, taking over from the team of John Barnes and Kenny Dalglish to become manager of Celtic. It was at Celtic that O'Neill gained his nicknames "Martin the Magnificent", "St. Martin" and "the Blessed Martin". O'Neill's first Old Firm game ended in a dramatic 6-2 victory for Celtic over Rangers. In that first season O'Neill's Celtic won the domestic treble. He was also the first Celtic manager to take the team into the revamped Champions League (a feat he managed three times). In the first season in the CL Celtic were eliminated in spite of having 9 points. Perhaps his greatest achievement was to guide Celtic to the 2003 UEFA Cup Final held in Seville. Celtic lost 3-2 in extra time, to a Porto side coached by José Mourinho. In his five seasons at Celtic Park, O'Neill won three League titles, three Scottish Cups, and a League Cup. He also oversaw a record 7 consecutive victories in Old Firm derbies, and in season 2003-04 Celtic created a British record of 25 consecutive victories. During this time, O'Neill's name was linked with a number of high-profile jobs in England. On May 25, 2005, Celtic announced that O'Neill was resigning as manager at the end of the 2004/05 season to care for his wife Geraldine, who has lymphoma...


    ASTON VILLA (2006-2010)
    Games: 190
    Record: 71-65-54
    Home Record: 38-34-23
    Away Record: 33-31-31
    Winning Percentage: 37%
    Total Points: 278
    Average Points Per Game: 1.46

    O'Neill was introduced as the Aston Villa manager at a press conference on August 4, 2006. Villa's form improved substantially following O'Neill's appointment. They had the longest unbeaten start of any Premiership side in 2006-07 (9 games), not losing a league game until 28 October. Villa suffered a mid-season slump but recovered late in the season, winning their three away games in April under O'Neill's guidance, to end the season how it began with a run of 9 unbeaten fixtures. For this O'Neill scooped the Barclays Manager of the Month for April. Villa's final points tally was 50, an improvement of 8 over the previous season. At the start of the 2009-10 season, Villa failed to qualify for the group stage of the newly named Europa League. However their league form radically improved after losing their first game, winning their next four games, Villa's best start to a Premier League season since 1997. Once again Villa finished 6th for the 3rd season running, but once again improved their points tally finishing with 64 points, however their poor home form denied them a chance to qualify for the UEFA Champions League. Aston Villa reached their first final under Martin O'Neill, and first final in 10 years on the 28th of February 2010 against Manchester United F.C. in the Carling cup final, but lost 2–1. Following the departure of Rafael Benitez in June 2010, Martin O'Neill is thought to be one of the main candidates for the Liverpool job along with Fulham Manager Roy Hodgson. However, both Martin O'Neill and Randy Lerner have confirmed that O'Neill will be staying on as Aston Villa manager for the 2010-2011 season. On August 9, 2010, Martin O'Neill resigned as manager of Aston Villa with immediate effect. On his departure O'Neill said "I have enjoyed my time at Aston Villa immensely, It's obviously a wrench to be leaving such a magnificent club." O'Neill was reportedly unhappy about the funds available for transfers, but his departure just five days before the start of the new season still came as a shock to the club and its players. Lerner issued a statement two days later saying he and O'Neill "no longer shared a common view as to how to move forward."...


    LAST SEASON - ASTON VILLA (2009-2010)
    Games: 38
    Record: 17-13-8
    Home Record: 8-8-3
    Away Record: 9-5-5
    Winning Percentage: 45%
    Total Points: 64
    Average Points Per Game: 1.68


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 861
    Record: 451-213-197
    Home Record: 227-94-68
    Away Record: 174-104-110
    Winning Percentage: 52%
    Total Points: 1,566
    Average Points Per Game: 1.82
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 69.16
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    HÉCTOR CÚPER CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    HURACÁN (1992-1995)
    Games: 114
    Record: 40-35-39
    Home Record: 26-17-14
    Away Record: 14-18-25
    Winning Percentage: 35%
    Total Points: 155
    Average Points Per Game: 1.36

    Cúper started his coaching career in Huracán, immediately after his retirement. He enjoyed success in his first 2 seasons, almost winning the Clausura in 1993/94. After a below par year in 1994/95, Cúper left for Lanús...


    LANÚS (1995-1997)
    Games: 76
    Record: 36-22-18
    Home Record: 20-12-6
    Away Record: 16-10-12
    Winning Percentage: 47%
    Total Points: 130
    Average Points Per Game: 1.71

    Cúper spent two seasons at Lanús enjoying success in his first season, but he made the leap to Europe after a mediocre second season...


    MALLORCA (1997-1999)
    Games: 76
    Record: 36-18-22
    Home Record: 24-8-6
    Away Record: 12-10-16
    Winning Percentage: 47%
    Total Points: 126
    Average Points Per Game: 1.66

    In 1997 Cúper was hired by RCD Mallorca, and in the very first season he drove the modest club to the final of the Copa del Rey, which he would lose against FC Barcelona. The following season the team reached the final of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup losing to S.S. Lazio. However, in the same season the team had its revenge against Barcelona, winning the Supercopa de España in 1998. That season RCD Mallorca also recorded their best historical position at the end of the league with a 3rd place, allowing the team to play in the UEFA Champions League...


    VALENCIA (1999-2001)
    Games: 76
    Record: 36-19-21
    Home Record: 25-5-8
    Away Record: 11-14-13
    Winning Percentage: 47%
    Total Points: 127
    Average Points Per Game: 1.67

    Cúper moved to the Valencia CF in 1999, where he maintained his bad luck in finals, losing the final of the Champions League two consecutive times; in 2000 against Real Madrid, and in 2001 with FC Bayern Munich by penalty kicks...


    INTERNAZIONALE (2001-2003)
    Games: 74
    Record: 41-20-13
    Home Record: 22-9-6
    Away Record: 19-11-7
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 143
    Average Points Per Game: 1.93

    In 2001 Cúper was hired by Inter Milan, where he reached the third and second place of the championship in successive seasons. His poor luck with Champions League continued when his team lost the semifinals of UEFA Champions League 2002-03 to city rivals A.C. Milan on away goals rule. Continuing his bad luck run in "finals", Inter Milan under his command infamously lost what could have been Inter's first scudetto since 1989 on the 5th of May 2002 to Lazio 4-2 and handed the scudetto over to fierce rivals Juventus on the last day of the Italian league. He was fired from the club after six matches in 2003, when the team was in the 8th position...


    MALLORCA (2004-2006)
    Games: 53
    Record: 13-15-25
    Home Record: 8-10-8
    Away Record: 5-5-17
    Winning Percentage: 25%
    Total Points: 54
    Average Points Per Game: 1.02

    After a year off work, due to a contractual argument with Inter, Cúper managed Mallorca again during the 2004/05 season, when the team was already in a relegation position after 10 matches, saving the team from relegation in the last match of the season. Suffering bad results in spite of his many signings, Cúper decided to leave the team in February 2006, with the team at the bottom of the division...


    REAL BETIS (2007)
    Games: 14
    Record: 2-5-7
    Home Record: 2-2-3
    Away Record: 0-3-4
    Winning Percentage: 14%
    Total Points: 11
    Average Points Per Game: 0.79

    He started the 2007–08 season at the helm of Real Betis, but was sacked on December 2, 2007 following his side's loss against Atlético Madrid...


    PARMA (2008)
    Games: 10
    Record: 2-2-6
    Home Record: 2-1-2
    Away Record: 0-1-4
    Winning Percentage: 20%
    Total Points: 8
    Average Points Per Game: 0.80

    On March 11, 2008 he was unveiled as new boss of relegation-battling Serie A team Parma, replacing Domenico Di Carlo at the helm of the gialloblù. He was then sacked 2 months later before the final game of the season after winning only 2 in 10 matches as manager, this eventually leading to Parma's relegation to Serie B...


    ARIS THESSALONIKI FC (2009-2011)
    Games: 43
    Record: 18-8-17
    Home Record: 13-4-5
    Away Record: 5-4-12
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 62
    Average Points Per Game: 1.44

    On November 3, 2009 Cúper agreed to continue his managerial career with Greek club Aris Thessaloniki FC till the end of the 09/10 season. On December 15, 2009 Cuper extended his contract with Aris Thessaloniki FC until June of 2011. In the 2010-2011 season, Hector Cúper lead Aris in its first participation by the club in the phase of 32 of the UEFA Europa League, taking the 2nd place in group B with 10 points, after two surprise wins against Atletico Madrid. On January 18, 2011 after some bad results in Greece, Hector decided to step down from his managerial position...


    RACING SANTANDER (2011)
    Games: 13
    Record: 1-6-6
    Home Record: 1-3-2
    Away Record: 0-3-4
    Winning Percentage: 8%
    Total Points: 9
    Average Points Per Game: 0.69

    On 29 June 2011 Cúper moved to Racing Santander signing for one season. However, after five months he resigned from his position due to the poor performance of the team, which was placed at the bottom in La Liga...


    ORDUSPOR (2011-2013)
    Games: 47
    Record: 6-11-12
    Home Record: 6-4-4
    Away Record: 0-7-8
    Winning Percentage: 13%
    Total Points: 29
    Average Points Per Game: 0.62

    Cúper signed a contract with Süper Lig side Orduspor on 19 December 2011, but left by mutual consent on 13 April 2013...


    AL WASL (2013-2014)
    Games: 13
    Record: 3-2-8
    Home Record: 2-2-2
    Away Record: 1-0-6
    Winning Percentage: 23%
    Total Points: 11
    Average Points Per Game: 0.85

    On 14 November 2013, Cúper was announced as new head coach of the UAE League side Al Wasl. He was sacked on 4 March 2014 due to poor results...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 609
    Record: 234-163-194
    Home Record: 151-77-66
    Away Record: 83-86-128
    Winning Percentage: 38%
    Total Points: 865
    Average Points Per Game: 1.42
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 53.96
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    GIOVANNI TRAPATTONI CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    MILAN (1974-1976)
    Games: 60
    Record: 27-20-13
    Home Record: 17-9-4
    Away Record: 10-11-9
    Winning Percentage: 45%
    Total Points: 81
    Average Points Per Game: 1.33

    Trapattoni began coaching at Milan as a youth team coach, before becoming caretaker coach at the beginning of the 1974-75 season. He was appointed official first team coach in 1975...


    JUVENTUS (1976-1986)
    Games: 300
    Record: 163-97-40
    Home Record: 106-33-11
    Away Record: 57-64-29
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 586
    Average Points Per Game: 1.95

    Trapattoni spent his 10 most successful years of coaching at Juventus, winning the following record amount of trophies:

    6 - Scudetti (1976-77, 1977-78, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1983-84, 1985-86)
    2 - Coppa Italia's (1978-79, 1982-83)
    1 - European Cup (1984-85)
    1 - UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1984)
    1 - UEFA Cup (1977)
    1 - European Super Cup (1984)
    1 - Intercontinental Cup (1985)


    INTER MILAN (1986-1991)
    Games: 162
    Record: 87-44-31
    Home Record: 60-14-7
    Away Record: 27-30-24
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 305
    Average Points Per Game: 1.88

    Trapattoni spent a successful 5 years at Inter, winning the 1988/89 Scudetto and the 1991 UEFA Cup before heading back to Juventus...


    JUVENTUS (1991-1994)
    Games: 102
    Record: 50-34-18
    Home Record: 38-10-3
    Away Record: 12-24-15
    Winning Percentage: 49%
    Total Points: 184
    Average Points Per Game: 1.80

    Giovanni spent a less successful 3-year stint at Juventus, but still managed to win the UEFA Cup in 1993, adding to his enormous trophy case...


    BAYERN MUNICH (1994-1995)
    Games: 34
    Record: 15-13-6
    Home Record: 9-7-1
    Away Record: 6-6-5
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 58
    Average Points Per Game: 1.71

    Trapattoni spent a very mediocre year at Bayern Munich before leaving for Cagliari to return to the Serie A...


    CAGLIARI (1995-1996)
    Games: 34
    Record: 11-8-15
    Home Record: 9-4-4
    Away Record: 2-4-11
    Winning Percentage: 32%
    Total Points: 41
    Average Points Per Game: 1.21

    Trap kept Cagliari away from the relegation zone before receiving a call from Bayern Munich and returning to Germany...


    BAYERN MUNICH (1996-1998)
    Games: 68
    Record: 39-20-9
    Home Record: 24-8-2
    Away Record: 15-12-7
    Winning Percentage: 57%
    Total Points: 137
    Average Points Per Game: 2.01

    Unbelieveably, Trapattoni added 2 more trophies to his resume, the 1996/97 Bundesliga title and the 1997/98 DFB-Pokal before constant disagreements with players eventually led to his resignation...


    FIORENTINA (1998-2000)
    Games: 68
    Record: 29-20-19
    Home Record: 23-9-2
    Away Record: 6-11-17
    Winning Percentage: 43%
    Total Points: 107
    Average Points Per Game: 1.57

    Trap enjoyed a very successful first season at Fiorentina, earning UEFA Champions League qualification, but left after an average second season when the chance to coach the Italian National Team was offered...


    BENFICA (2004-2005)
    Games: 34
    Record: 19-8-7
    Home Record: 12-3-2
    Away Record: 7-5-5
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 65
    Average Points Per Game: 1.91

    On July 5, 2004, Trapattoni was named as new coach of Portuguese League Benfica, which he led to win the 2005 league, the first in eleven years, and also to the cup final (which Benfica lost to Vitória de Setúbal). He resigned after the 2005 season, saying he wanted to be closer to his family (in the north of Italy)...


    VFB STUTTGART (2005-2006)
    Games: 20
    Record: 5-12-3
    Home Record: 2-6-3
    Away Record: 3-6-0
    Winning Percentage: 25%
    Total Points: 27
    Average Points Per Game: 1.35

    Trap returned to management in the German Bundesliga in the summer of 2005, by signing at VfB Stuttgart, with much hype about his appointment. However, during his 20 games at the helm, VfB produced poor results. With the atmosphere in the team worsening, he was sacked after just seven months, on February 9, 2006, reportedly for "not fulfilling the ambitions of the club". He was replaced as manager by Armin Veh...


    RED BULL SALZBURG (2006-2008)
    Games: 72
    Record: 40-18-14
    Home Record: 28-5-3
    Away Record: 12-13-11
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 138
    Average Points Per Game: 1.92

    Trap won another domestic title in 2006/07 before leaving after the following season to become the manager of the Republic of Ireland...


    CURRENT SEASON - REPUBLIC OF IRELAND NATIONAL TEAM MANAGER


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 894
    Record: 458-274-162
    Home Record: 190-80-56
    Away Record: 85-97-150
    Winning Percentage: 51%
    Total Points: 1,648
    Average Points Per Game: 1.84
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 69.92

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    PONTEDERA (1985-1986)
    Games: 34
    Record: 10-17-7
    Home Record: 8-8-1
    Away Record: 2-9-6
    Winning Percentage: 29%
    Total Points: 47
    Average Points Per Game: 1.38

    Lippi began his managerial career in Serie C2 coaching Pontedera for 1 season...


    SIENA (1986-1987)
    Games: 34
    Record: 5-14-15
    Home Record: 5-10-2
    Away Record: 0-4-13
    Winning Percentage: 15%
    Total Points: 29
    Average Points Per Game: 0.85

    Lippi then moved to Serie C1 to manage Siena, but after a terrible season, Siena was relegated and Lippi made a very public exit...


    PISTOIESE (1987-1988)
    Games: 34
    Record: 10-15-9
    Home Record: 8-6-3
    Away Record: 2-9-6
    Winning Percentage: 29%
    Total Points: 45
    Average Points Per Game: 1.32

    Lippi then went back to Serie C2 and managed Pistoiese to a mid-table finish before the club was terminated due to finances...


    CARRARESE (1988-1989)
    Games: 34
    Record: 10-16-8
    Home Record: 8-8-1
    Away Record: 2-8-7
    Winning Percentage: 29%
    Total Points: 46
    Average Points Per Game: 1.35

    Marcello see-sawed again and managed Serie C1 squaf Carrarese to a 7th place finish before he made an incredible leap into the Serie A...


    CESENA (1989-1991)
    Games: 68
    Record: 11-25-32
    Home Record: 7-18-9
    Away Record: 4-7-23
    Winning Percentage: 16%
    Total Points: 58
    Average Points Per Game: 0.85

    Lippi kept Cesena from relegation in his first season, but could not do the same in his second and was fired after Cesena lost 20 matches and were relegated to Serie B...


    LUCCHESE (1991-1992)
    Games: 38
    Record: 8-21-9
    Home Record: 4-13-2
    Away Record: 4-8-7
    Winning Percentage: 21%
    Total Points: 45
    Average Points Per Game: 1.18

    Lippi ironically tied his former club, Cesena, in points and finished 8th in the Serie B. An amazing feat considering they won the same amount of games as last placed Avellino. It was one of the tighest seasons ever, only 20 points seperated first and twentieth, with only 9 points separating the promotion and relegation spots...


    ATALANTA (1992-1993)
    Games: 34
    Record: 14-8-12
    Home Record: 11-4-2
    Away Record: 3-4-10
    Winning Percentage: 41%
    Total Points: 50
    Average Points Per Game: 1.47

    Lippi then moved back to Serie A when he was hired by Atalanta and enjoyed his most successful season to date. This season could be the reason for Lippi's success as a manager as it lead him to the Napoli job that eventually led to his first stint with Juventus...


    NAPOLI (1993-1994)
    Games: 34
    Record: 12-12-10
    Home Record: 7-7-3
    Away Record: 5-5-7
    Winning Percentage: 35%
    Total Points: 48
    Average Points Per Game: 1.41

    Lippi led Napoli to a 6th place finish in 1993/94, earning a UEFA Cup spot and catching the eye of newly hired Luciano Moggi...


    JUVENTUS (1994-1999)
    Games: 170
    Record: 95-46-29
    Home Record: 59-17-9
    Away Record: 36-29-20
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 331
    Average Points Per Game: 1.95

    This was Lippi's most successful stint winning the following trophies:

    3 - Italian Championships (1994-1995, 1996-1997, 1997-1998)
    1 - Coppa Italia (1994-1995)
    2 - Italian Super Cups (1995, 1997)
    1 - UEFA Champions League (1995-1996)
    1 - UEFA Super Cup (1996)
    1 - Intercontinental Cup (1996)


    INTER MILAN (1999-2000)
    Games: 35
    Record: 17-7-11
    Home Record: 10-4-3
    Away Record: 7-3-8
    Winning Percentage: 49%
    Total Points: 58
    Average Points Per Game: 1.66

    After a very mediocre first season, Lippi was fired after just 1 match in the 2000/01 season...


    JUVENTUS (2001-2004)
    Games: 102
    Record: 62-26-14
    Home Record: 38-8-5
    Away Record: 24-18-9
    Winning Percentage: 61%
    Total Points: 212
    Average Points Per Game: 2.08

    Lippi became manager of Juventus for the second time following the sack by Inter and he proved that Juventus was his team. His second stint with the club proved to be just as successful as his first, winning 2 more Scudetti, 2 more Italian Super Cups and also making it to the finals of the Champions League. He had a average third season in this stint and when the Italian National Team called, he took the job...


    GUANGZHOU EVERGRANDE (2012-2014)
    Games: 80
    Record: 56-15-9
    Home Record: 30-5-4
    Away Record: 26-10-5
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 183
    Average Points Per Game: 2.29

    On 17 May 2012, Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande announced that they had officially signed Lippi on a two-and-a-half-year deal worth around €30 million, replacing Korean manager Lee Jang-soo. He achieved a double in his first season at the club by winning the league and domestic cup titles. In his second season, on 2 October 2013, Lippi led his side to the 2013 AFC Champions League Final for the first time in the club's history. Four days later, on 6 October, he led Guangzhou Evergrande to win their third consecutive Chinese Super League title by beating Shandong Luneng Taishan 4–2 away. In the final of the 2013 AFC Champions League, his side defeated FC Seoul to win the club's first Asian title. On 28 February 2014, Guangzhou Evergrande announced that they had officially extended Lippi's contract on a three-year deal, keeping him at the club until 2017. On 2 November 2014, Lippi publicly declared that he had retired from coaching after having guided Guangzhou Evergrande to their fourth successive league title...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 697
    Record: 310-222-165
    Home Record: 195-108-44
    Away Record: 115-114-121
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 1,152
    Average Points Per Game: 1.65
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 62.70
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    RAFAEL BENÍTEZ CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    REAL MADRID CASTILLA (1993-1995)
    Games: 76
    Record: 32-21-23
    Home Record: 21-8-9
    Away Record: 11-13-14
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 117
    Average Points Per Game: 1.54

    During the 1992–93 season Benítez also worked as an assistant coach to Mariano García Remón at Real Madrid B. After his success with the Under 19s, Benítez then succeeded García Remón at the start of the 1993–94 season. Real Madrid B were then playing in the Segunda División and on September 4, 1993 he made his debut as a Segunda División manager with a 3–1 over Hércules CF. In March 1994 he became assistant manager to Vicente del Bosque with the senior Real Madrid team before returning to coach Real Madrid B for the 1994–95 season...


    REAL VALLADOLID (1995-1996)
    Games: 23
    Record: 2-8-13
    Home Record: 2-6-3
    Away Record: 0-2-10
    Winning Percentage: 9%
    Total Points: 14
    Average Points Per Game: 0.61

    The first attempts by Benítez at senior management away from the Real Madrid fold were less than successful. He was appointed manager of Real Valladolid for the 1995–96 season but was sacked after only two wins in 23 games with the club bottom of the Primera División...


    OSASUNA (1996)
    Games: 9
    Record: 1-4-4
    Home Record: 0-3-1
    Away Record: 1-1-3
    Winning Percentage: 11%
    Total Points: 7
    Average Points Per Game: 0.78

    During the 1996–97 season, Benítez took charge at Osasuna in the Segunda División but after only 9 games and one win he was sacked....


    EXTREMADURA (1997-1999)
    Games: 80
    Record: 32-22-26
    Home Record: 20-12-8
    Away Record: 12-10-18
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 118
    Average Points Per Game: 1.48

    In 1997, he joined another Segunda División side, Extremadura and this time led them to promotion, finishing second in the table behind Deportivo Alavés, after winning 23 out of 42 games. Extremadura only survived one season in Primera División, however, and were relegated in 1999 after finishing seventeenth and losing a play-off to Villarreal...


    TENERIFE (2000-2001)
    Games: 42
    Record: 21-11-10
    Home Record: 11-6-4
    Away Record: 10-5-6
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 74
    Average Points Per Game: 1.76

    Benítez subsequently quit CF Extremadura and took a year out studying in England and Italy. He also worked as a commentator/analyst for Eurosport, Marca, El Mundo and local Madrid TV. In 2000 he was appointed manager of CD Tenerife of the Segunda División and with a team that included Mista, Curro Torres and Luis García, he gained promotion to La Liga by finishing third in the league behind Sevilla and Real Betis...


    VALENCIA (2001-2004)
    Games: 114
    Record: 61-29-24
    Home Record: 36-10-11
    Away Record: 25-19-13
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 212
    Average Points Per Game: 1.86

    In 2001 Benítez was appointed coach of Valencia, replacing Hector Cuper. Valencia CF fans were soon won over by Benítez as he introduced a more attacking style of play. In 2002, these tactics saw Benítez lead Valencia to their first La Liga title in thirty one years, winning it by a seven point margin over second placed Deportivo La Coruña. However the following season 2002–03 was a disappointing one as the club failed to follow up on their title success, they finished only fifth in La Liga, eighteen points behind Champions Real Madrid. The season saw Benítez make his debut in the UEFA Champions League. Valencia CF reached the quarter-finals before losing to Internazionale. The 2003–04 season was a different story. Valencia won La Liga with three games to go and beat Marseille 2–0 in the UEFA Cup final. Despite this success, Benítez fell out with Jesus Garcia Pitarch, the club's director of sport, over control of new signings and the club's failure to reinforce the squad with the players he wanted. These differences of opinion saw Benítez resign as Valencia coach in June 2004. He famously said "I asked for a table and they bought me a lampshade" in reference to the players he wanted the club to sign...


    LIVERPOOL (2004-2010)
    Games: 228
    Record: 126-55-47
    Home Record: 78-27-9
    Away Record: 48-28-38
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 433
    Average Points Per Game: 1.90

    Although Rafa has not yet won an EPL title, an UEFA Champions League in 2004/05, a European Super Cup in 2005, Community Shield and FA Cup in 2006, along with a Finals appearance in the 2006/07 Champions League has made his Liverpool career very successful. After failing to progress beyond the group stages of the Champions League, Liverpool were entered into the UEFA Europa League and reached the semi-finals, where a defeat on away goals to Atlético Madrid of Spain ended their hopes of an all English final clash with Fulham. Defeat at home to title favourites Chelsea in the penultimate game of the season meant that Liverpool would not be qualifying for the Champions League and would be qualifying for the Europa League instead – spelling the end of four seasons of dominance at the top of the Premier League by the "big four", and ensuring that Liverpool would be the team who missed out. Benítez was dismissed by the club on the June 3, 2010; newspapers speculated that this was because they finished seventh in the Premier League, missing out on the Champions League and poor results such as the defeat by Wigam Athletic. It then emerged that he left by mutual consent after six years at the helm (Benitez's relationship with American co-owners of Liverpool F.C., Tom Hicks and George Gillett had become increasingly strained). They agreed on a £6million severance package, following the recent signing of a lucrative new long-term contract (£16 million)...


    INTERNAZIONALE (2010)
    Games: 15
    Record: 6-5-4
    Home Record: 3-3-1
    Away Record: 3-2-3
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 23
    Average Points Per Game: 1.53

    On June 10, 2010, and only a few days after leaving Liverpool, Rafael Benítez agreed a deal to become the new head coach of Serie A and UEFA Champions League champions Internazionale, a post that was left vacant by the departure of José Mourinho, who left to manage Real Madrid. Buoyed by the Club World Cup victory he told the European champions to back him with new signings or consider whether they wanted to keep him as coach, despite the side being the one that won the Treble only a few months earlier. Benitez's demands were dismissed out of hand by the Inter ownership, with owner Moratti refusing to comment Benitez's continued employment by the club. On December 23, Inter confirmed Benitez's departure...


    CHELSEA (2012-2013)
    Games: 27
    Record: 16-6-5
    Home Record: 9-4-1
    Away Record: 7-2-4
    Winning Percentage: 59%
    Total Points: 54
    Average Points Per Game: 2.00

    On 21 November 2012, following the dismissal of Roberto Di Matteo, Chelsea appointed Benítez as interim first-team manager until the end of the 2012–13 season. The appointment was unpopular with many Chelsea fans due to Benítez' association with Liverpool and comments he had previously made about the club, and he received a "fiercely hostile reception" as he was introduced at his first home game, a 0–0 draw with Manchester City on 25 November 2012. In the Europa League final against Benfica on 15 May, Chelsea won 2–1. This made Benítez only the second manager after Giovanni Trapattoni to have won the UEFA Cup/Europa League with two different teams. On 19 May, in his final competitive game as Chelsea manager, Benítez managed the team to a 2–1 home win over Everton, ensuring a third-place finish in the Premier League and a direct spot in the following season's Champions League group stage...


    NAPOLI (2013-2015)
    Games: 76
    Record: 41-18-17
    Home Record: 24-9-5
    Away Record: 17-9-12
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 141
    Average Points Per Game: 1.86

    On 27 May 2013, it was announced that Benítez had signed for Napoli, whose manager Walter Mazzarri had resigned. In his first season in charge, Benítez guided the club to victory in the Coppa Italia, defeating Fiorentina 3–1 in the final, and into the last 16 of the Europa League, exiting after a 3–2 aggregate defeat to Porto. Napoli finished third in Serie A in 2013–14 to qualify for the next season's Champions League. Benítez announced that he would resign at the end of the 2014–15 season. His final match was a 4–2 defeat to Lazio, who took the final place in the Champions League at Napoli's expense...


    REAL MADRID (2015-2016)
    Games: 18
    Record: 11-4-3
    Home Record: 7-1-1
    Away Record: 4-3-2
    Winning Percentage: 61%
    Total Points: 37
    Average Points Per Game: 2.06

    On 3 June 2015, Benítez was confirmed as the new Real Madrid manager, signing a three-year contract. Real Madrid remained unbeaten in the league until a 3–2 loss at Sevilla in the 11th matchday. This was followed by a 4–0 home loss in the first Clásico of the season against Barcelona. On 4 January 2016, Benítez's contract was terminated following allegations of unpopularity with supporters, displeasure with players and a failure to get good results against top sides. At the time of his dismissal, Real were third in La Liga, four points behind leaders Atlético Madrid and two points behind arch-rivals Barcelona, the latter of whom had a game in hand...


    NEWCASTLE UNITED (2016-Present)
    Games: 132
    Record: 56-28-48
    Home Record: 34-12-22
    Away Record: 22-16-26
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 196
    Average Points Per Game: 1.48

    On 11 March 2016, Benítez was appointed as the manager of relegation threatened Newcastle United, signing on an initial three-year deal. Newcastle ended the season with a six match unbeaten run, including a 5–1 final day win over third-place Tottenham Hotspur. However, the team was relegated to the Championship due to rivals Sunderland claiming 12 points from their final six fixtures. On 25 May 2016, it was confirmed he would remain as manager. In May 2017, Newcastle won the 2016–17 EFL Championship and made an immediate return to the Premier League after one season in the Championship...


    LAST SEASON - NEWCASTLE UNITED (2018-2019)
    Games: 38
    Record: 12-9-17
    Home Record: 8-1-10
    Away Record: 4-8-7
    Winning Percentage: 32%
    Total Points: 45
    Average Points Per Game: 1.18


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 840
    Record: 405-211-224
    Home Record: 245-101-75
    Away Record: 160-110-149
    Winning Percentage: 48%
    Total Points: 1,426
    Average Points Per Game: 1.70
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 64.60
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    Dont want to be a pain in the ass but at Lippi there is a mistake at Atalanta it says (1996-1998).

    Great job otherwise
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    OTTMAR HITZFELD CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    FC ZUG (1983-1984)
    Games: 26
    Record: 14-9-3
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 51
    Average Points Per Game: 1.96

    Ottmar Hitzfeld got his first coaching position with FC Zug of the Nationalliga B where he stayed for a year and missed promotion to the Nationalliga A in a playoff...


    FC AARAU (1984-1988)
    Games: 126
    Record: 54-36-36
    Home Record: 34-17-12
    Away Record: 20-19-24
    Winning Percentage: 43%
    Total Points: 198
    Average Points Per Game: 1.57

    In 1984 he followed an offer to coach FC Aarau where he settled for four years. His tenure there was crowned with his first title as coach, the 1988 Swiss Cup...


    GRASSHOPPER CLUB ZÜRICH (1988-1991)
    Games: 108
    Record: 51-30-27
    Home Record: 33-15-6
    Away Record: 18-15-21
    Winning Percentage: 47%
    Total Points: 183
    Average Points Per Game: 1.69

    By now, Hitzfeld had attracted the attention of the major Swiss club Grasshopper in Zürich. Between 1988 and 1991 he gained there another four trophies, starting with a repeat of his cup victory by the end of his first season. The next year he followed up with the double before finishing his engagement with the defence of the Swiss Championship in 1991...


    BORUSSIA DORTMUND (1991-1997)
    Games: 208
    Record: 111-52-45
    Home Record: 75-20-9
    Away Record: 36-32-36
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 385
    Average Points Per Game: 1.85

    In 1991 Hitzfeld received an offer from Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund, which had just finished the season tenth. In his first year he took the team to second spot in the league, securing an UEFA Cup place. The following season Dortmund reached the finals of this competition, but both matches were lost against Juventus. In 1995 he gained his first German championship with Dortmund, their first trophy since the 1989 German Cup, and Hitzfeld's first trophy in Germany. 1995–96 saw a successful defence of the title, but the great triumph had to wait for another year: in 1997 Dortmund finished third in the league, but reached the Champions League final where another encounter with Juventus was due. This time Borussia prevailed 3–1 in Olympic Stadium Munich. For his success Hitzfeld was rewarded for the first time with the "World Coach of the Year" award, but as frictions with the team had come to a head he was promoted out of the firing line to the position of sports manager with the club...


    BAYERN MUNICH (1998-2004)
    Games: 204
    Record: 128-41-35
    Home Record: 76-18-8
    Away Record: 52-23-27
    Winning Percentage: 63%
    Total Points: 425
    Average Points Per Game: 2.08

    In 1998 Ottmar Hitzfeld was hired by Germany's most successful club, FC Bayern Munich. He won the following trophies during his 6 year stint:

    4 - German Championships (1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2002-2003)
    2 - German Cups (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
    1 - UEFA Champions League (2000-2001)
    1 - Intercontinental Cup (2001)


    BAYERN MUNICH (2007-2008)
    Games: 49
    Record: 30-12-7
    Home Record: 17-6-1
    Away Record: 13-6-6
    Winning Percentage: 61%
    Total Points: 102
    Average Points Per Game: 2.08

    On February 1, 2007, following the sacking of Felix Magath, he returned to Bayern Munich. Hopes that he might lead Bayern to another championship, despite trailing by eight points with 15 games remaining were not fulfilled, though. Eventually Bayern finished fourth, thereby failing to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in more than a decade. A multi-million spending spree before the new season helped Hitzfeld to lead the club to a new phase of domestic dominance, winning the DFB-Ligapokal, the DFB-Pokal, and the 2007-08 championship. After several high wins and lots of draws Bayerns, the 2007-08 UEFA Cup campaign ended in the semi-final with a humbling 4–0 defeat by eventual winner Zenit St. Petersburg. During the season Hitzfeld had announced, that he was not available for another season at the helm. Jürgen Klinsmann became his successor at Bayern. Hitzfeld took over as coach of the Swiss national team in summer 2008...


    CURRENT SEASON - SWITZERLAND NATIONAL TEAM MANAGER


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 721
    Record: 388-180-153
    Home Record: 235-76-36
    Away Record: 139-95-114
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 1,344
    Average Points Per Game: 1.86
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 70.68

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    PSV EINDHOVEN (1987-1990)
    Games: 116
    Record: 82-20-14
    Home Record: 47-6-4
    Away Record: 35-14-10
    Winning Percentage: 71%
    Total Points: 266
    Average Points Per Game: 2.29

    Hiddink took over at PSV in March, 1987, while the team was first in the League. It was at PSV where he led the team to its first ever European Cup triumph in 1988 (and The Treble) affirming the Eindhoven club's ranking as one of the three giants of Dutch football, alongside rivals Ajax and Feyenoord. He also won three Eredivisie titles with the club in between 1987 and 1990...


    FENERBAHÇE (1990-1991)
    Games: 30
    Record: 12-8-10
    Home Record: 6-5-4
    Away Record: 6-3-6
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 44
    Average Points Per Game: 1.38

    He also had a coaching stint at Turkish club Fenerbahçe in 1990 but was dismissed after one year, when he finished 5th in the Turkish First Football League...


    VALENCIA (1991-1994)
    Games: 114
    Record: 53-29-32
    Home Record: 36-12-9
    Away Record: 17-17-23
    Winning Percentage: 46%
    Total Points: 188
    Average Points Per Game: 1.65

    Guus was appointed coach of Valencia in 1991 where he proved to be popular despite failing to win any trophies. Valencia finished 4th in his first 2 seasons, but a 7th place finish in his last season led to his exit...


    REAL MADRID (1998-1999)
    Games: 23
    Record: 11-4-8
    Home Record: 6-2-3
    Away Record: 5-2-5
    Winning Percentage: 48%
    Total Points: 37
    Average Points Per Game: 1.61

    Hiddink became the manager of Spanish La Liga side Real Madrid in the summer of 1998, replacing Jupp Heynckes, but bad league form and off pitch remarks about the board and finances of Real Madrid saw him get sacked in February 1999...


    REAL BETIS (2000)
    Games: 16
    Record: 3-6-7
    Home Record: 1-5-2
    Away Record: 2-1-5
    Winning Percentage: 19%
    Total Points: 15
    Average Points Per Game: 0.94

    Hiddink then took over the reins at Spanish club Real Betis in 2000 for the rest of the season. His time at Real Betis would end badly with Hiddink being sacked by May 2000...


    PSV EINDHOVEN (2002-2006)
    Games: 136
    Record: 102-23-11
    Home Record: 55-8-5
    Away Record: 47-15-6
    Winning Percentage: 75%
    Total Points: 329
    Average Points Per Game: 2.42

    Hiddink chose to return to his native country and took over the coaching duties at PSV Eindhoven in 2002. During his second spell with PSV, Hiddink won three Dutch league titles (2002–03, 2004–05, and 2005–06), the 2005 Dutch Cup, and the 2003 Dutch Super Cup. In Europe, the 2004–05 Champions League led to PSV's first ever appearance in the semi-final of the tournament since it adopted its current format in 1992–93 (PSV won the European Cup, the predecessor to the modern Champions League, in 1988, with Hiddink as coach). PSV narrowly lost the semi-final to AC Milan, on away goals. This period at PSV would make Hiddink the most successful Dutch coach in history, with six Dutch League titles and four Dutch Cups, surpassing the record of Rinus Michels...


    CHELSEA (2009)
    Games: 13
    Record: 11-1-1
    Home Record: 5-1-0
    Away Record: 6-0-1
    Winning Percentage: 85%
    Total Points: 34
    Average Points Per Game: 2.62

    After the sacking of former Brazilian Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari during the 2008–09 English Premier League season, Chelsea confirmed on February 11, 2009 that Hiddink would become Scolari's replacement until the end of the Premier League season, whilst continuing his duties with Russia. Commentators stated that Hiddink had rejuvenated Chelsea following Scolari's departure. After knocking Liverpool out of the competition, Hiddink went on to take Chelsea to the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League. Chelsea lost out to eventual winners Barcelona in the 93rd minute after 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge, after numerous penalty calls were turned down. Chelsea home fans chanted Hiddink's name throughout the match and called for Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich to 'sign him up' (on a permanent basis). Hiddink's highly positive reception highlighted the Chelsea fans' appreciation of the manager. In his last game as a temporary coach of Chelsea FC, he won the 2009 FA Cup by beating Everton 2-1 at Wembley. He was visibly pleased at winning the Cup, and in subsequent interviews claimed it was one of his biggest achievements. Even though throughout his tenure at Chelsea various players asked him to stay, including captain John Terry, Michael Ballack, and Petr Cech, Hiddink always stated that he intended to return to his post with Russia. As a parting gift, the Chelsea players gave him an engraved watch and a shirt signed by all of the players. He has also been announced as Chelsea's Technical director, meaning he still has a professional affiliation of sorts with the club. Two days after his last match, he was replaced by Carlo Ancelotti...


    ANZHI MAKHACHKALA (2012-13)
    Games: 44
    Record: 20-12-12
    Home Record: 13-7-2
    Away Record: 7-5-10
    Winning Percentage: 45%
    Total Points: 72
    Average Points Per Game: 1.64

    On 17 February 2012, Hiddink agreed an 18-month deal to manage Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala, his first permanent club post in six years. In his second season, he led the team to the bronze medal in the Russian Premier League, and Anzhi made it to the round of 16 of the UEFA Europa League for the first time. He announced his retirement at the end of the 2012–13 season on 28 November 2012, but later changed his mind. On 11 June 2013, Hiddink decided to extend his contract by one more year at Anzhi. Just two games into the 2013–14 Russian Premier League season after a 2–1 defeat at Dynamo Moscow, however, he unexpectedly resigned on 22 July 2013. He said he left because he completed his mission, which he said was to develop Anzhi in a way that it could progress without him...


    CHELSEA (2015-2016)
    Games: 22
    Record: 8-11-3
    Home Record: 2-8-1
    Away Record: 6-3-2
    Winning Percentage: 36%
    Total Points: 35
    Average Points Per Game: 1.59

    On 19 December 2015, Hiddink was appointed first-team manager of English side Chelsea until the end of the 2015–16 season, following the dismissal of José Mourinho; he joined the club in the same capacity he did back in 2009. After the home draw against Stoke City, Hiddink set a new record for the longest unbeaten streak as a new manager in the Premier League with 12 games unbeaten, previously a record held by Frank Clark with Nottingham Forest in the 1993–94 season. Chelsea ended the season in tenth place in the Premier League, climbing six positions from 16th upon Hiddink's arrival...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 514
    Record: 302-114-98
    Home Record: 171-54-30
    Away Record: 131-60-68
    Winning Percentage: 59%
    Total Points: 1,020
    Average Points Per Game: 1.98
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 75.24
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