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    FATIH TERIM CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ (1987-1989)
    Games: 74
    Record: 28-22-24
    Home Record: 19-12-6
    Away Record: 9-10-18
    Winning Percentage: 38%
    Total Points: 106
    Average Points Per Game: 1.43

    After retiring from professional football Fatih's initial training came from Jupp Derwall while they were at Galatasaray. Terim's coaching career began when he was appointed the coach of MKE Ankaragücü...


    GÖZTEPE (1989-1990)
    Games: 32
    Record: 18-9-5
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 63
    Average Points Per Game: 1.97

    After MKE Ankaragücü, Terim coached second division Göztepe in İzmir which lasted one year. He was able to lead the club to a second place finish and missed out on promotion by 11 points...


    GALATASARAY (1996-2000)
    Games: 136
    Record: 95-29-12
    Home Record: 52-11-5
    Away Record: 43-18-7
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 314
    Average Points Per Game: 2.31

    After Euro 1996, Fatih Terim signed a contract with Galatasaray S.K.. Under his management Galatasaray won the championship in the Turkish league for four consecutive years, crowning his achievements by winning the UEFA Cup in 2000, making Fatih Terim the most successful Galatasaray manager in its history. Unfortunately his departure allowed Mircea Lucescu to clinch the UEFA Super Cup in 2000 for Galatasaray...


    FIORENTINA (2000-2001)
    Games: 20
    Record: 6-9-5
    Home Record: 5-2-3
    Away Record: 1-7-2
    Winning Percentage: 30%
    Total Points: 27
    Average Points Per Game: 1.35

    His success with Galatasaray lead Terim to Serie A, signing a one year contract with ACF Fiorentina, Italy. In Fiorentina, Terim had a significant start, however, in the middle of the 2000-2001 season, Terim declared that he was not going to extend his contract with the club since President Cecchi Gori did not intend to make the investments that he requested. After his declaration, the team's performance declined significantly, and his continuing clashes with the club president urged him to resign before the season ended...


    MILAN (2001)
    Games: 9
    Record: 4-3-2
    Home Record: 2-2-0
    Away Record: 2-1-2
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 15
    Average Points Per Game: 1.67

    In the summer of 2001, he was named the coach of AC Milan turning down offers from other clubs like FC Barcelona and Liverpool F.C. Terim built a highly offensive and aggressive Milan, but during this period Milan was well-known for being vulnerable at the back, conceding goals and drawing against lesser teams. After several disappointing results, his contract was terminated and making his AC Milan career last only 5 months...


    GALATASARAY (2002-2004)
    Games: 60
    Record: 35-13-12
    Home Record: 21-5-4
    Away Record: 14-8-8
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 118
    Average Points Per Game: 1.97

    In the summer of 2002 Terim returned to Galatasaray. Due to internal problems within Galatasaray’s management, financial difficulties of the club, and the failure of his transfer policies, he had a disappointing performance. Losing to arch rivals Fenerbahce 6-0 on one occasion. This led him to resign and take a break in his managing career in March 2004. In the meantime clubs like Internazionale and AS Roma tried to lure Terim back to the Serie A, but with no success. In the summer of 2005, Terim was asked to manage the Turkish national team once again, where he still manages...


    GALATASARAY (2011-Present)
    Games: 0
    Record: 0-0-0
    Home Record: 0-0-0
    Away Record: 0-0-0
    Winning Percentage: 0%
    Total Points: 0
    Average Points Per Game: 0


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 331
    Record: 186-85-60
    Home Record: 99-32-18
    Away Record: 69-44-37
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 643
    Average Points Per Game: 1.94
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 73.72
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    DIDIER DESCHAMPS CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    MONACO (2001-2005)
    Games: 155
    Record: 66-53-36
    Home Record: 42-23-12
    Away Record: 24-30-24
    Winning Percentage: 43%
    Total Points: 251
    Average Points Per Game: 1.62

    After retiring as a player, Deschamps went into football management. He was the head coach of Monaco in France's Ligue 1, leading Monaco to the French League Cup title in 2002/2003 and to its first UEFA Champions League final in 2004. He resigned on September 19, 2005 after a poor start to the season, and disagreement with club's president...


    JUVENTUS (2006-2007)
    Games: 40
    Record: 28-10-2
    Home Record: 17-3-0
    Away Record: 11-7-2
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 94
    Average Points Per Game: 2.35

    On July 10, 2006 Deschamps was named head coach of Juventus. The club had just been relegated to Serie B after the 2006 Italian football scandal. He led Juventus to its return to Serie A, which was confirmed on May 19, 2007 with a 5-1 away win at Arezzo. On May 26, several media announced Deschamps had resigned as Juventus head coach following several clashes with the society. This was however denied by Juventus itself a few hours later. Later that evening after the game against Mantova which confirmed Juve as Serie B champions, Deschamps confirmed to the media that he had indeed resigned. The news was then made official by Juventus a few hours later...


    OLYMPIQUE DE MARSEILLE (2009-2012)
    Games: 114
    Record: 53-35-26
    Home Record: 32-16-9
    Away Record: 21-19-17
    Winning Percentage: 46%
    Total Points: 194
    Average Points Per Game: 1.70

    On May 5, 2009 it was announced that Deschamps will become head coach of Olympique de Marseille to the upcoming season which begins on July 1, 2009. In his first season, he managed them to their first Ligue 1 title in 18 years. His success had seen the Marseille manager linked to a return to Juventus where former president Giovanni Cobolli Gigli urged the club to bring back Deschamps to replace Ciro Ferrara. Ferrara was eventually replaced by Alberto Zaccheroni. Deschamps is now being linked to Liverpool to replace the outgoing Rafael Benitez and with 1 year left on his contract, the future remains to be seen for the highly rated manager. On the June 29, 2010 Deschamps signed a contract extension that will keep him at Marseille until June 2012. On 6 June 2011, he extended his contract again, this time until June 2014. On 14 April 2012, Olympique de Marseille won the Coupe de la Ligue for third time in a row. The victory also ended a winless run of 12 matches in all competitions. On 2 July 2012, Deschamps left the club by mutual agreement, citing their poor finish of 10th place in 2011–12...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 309
    Record: 147-98-64
    Home Record: 91-42-21
    Away Record: 56-56-43
    Winning Percentage: 48%
    Total Points: 539
    Average Points Per Game: 1.74
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 66.12
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    if you could put the stats of one of the best coaches in history of football, and the teacher of our team's coach Jose Mourinho.

    I'm talkin' about the great Sir Bobby Robson!
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    SIR BOBBY ROBSON CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    FULHAM (1968)
    Games: 34
    Record: 6-9-19
    Home Record: 3-4-10
    Away Record: 3-5-9
    Winning Percentage: 18%
    Total Points: 27
    Average Points Per Game: 0.79

    Robson made his debut as a manager in January 1968 at his former club Fulham, against Macclesfield Town, then in the Cheshire League, in the third round of the FA cup. Fulham were struggling with 16 points from 24 games. Despite the acquisition of the young Malcolm Macdonald, Robson could not save the club from relegation to the Second Division, and he left them in November, with the club sitting eighth in the Second Division. He discovered that he had been sacked, not from the club itself, but from the headline "Robson sacked" on an Evening Standard placard outside Putney station...


    IPSWICH TOWN (1989)
    Games: 563
    Record: 239-141-183
    Home Record: 161-63-57
    Away Record: 78-78-126
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 858
    Average Points Per Game: 1.52

    Robson moved on to Ipswich Town in 1969 and it was there that he established his reputation as a successful manager. He won the vacant job at the Suffolk club after a chance encounter with Town director Murray Sangster while scouting at Portman Road for Chelsea manager Dave Sexton. After four mediocre seasons, Robson led Ipswich to fourth place in the First Division and success in the Texaco Cup in the 1972–73 season. In the following nine seasons, Ipswich finished lower than sixth place in the First Division only once, in the 1977–78 season. However, that season was a success with a 1–0 victory over Arsenal in the FA Cup Final. His reign at Ipswich lasted 13 years, during which time the club twice finished as League runners-up, and made regular appearances in European competitions, capturing the UEFA Cup in 1981 with a 5–4 aggregate victory over Dutch side AZ 67 Alkmaar. During his thirteen year tenure, he brought in only 14 players from other clubs, relying instead on players developed through Ipswich's youth programmes...


    PSV EINDHOVEN (1990-1992)
    Games: 68
    Record: 48-15-5
    Home Record: 29-5-0
    Away Record: 19-10-5
    Winning Percentage: 71%
    Total Points: 159
    Average Points Per Game: 2.34

    Before the 1990 World Cup, the FA told Robson that they would not renew his contract as England manager, so he moved on to the Netherlands to coach PSV of Eindhoven, who sought a manager capable of instilling discipline into a fractious squad. PSV won the Dutch league in both the 1990–91 and 1991–92 seasons. However, the team did not make the progress expected by the board in European competitions and Robson was informed that he would be leaving the club at the end of the 1991–92 season...


    SPORTING CP (1992-1994)
    Games: 47
    Record: 26-12-9
    Home Record: 17-4-2
    Away Record: 9-8-7
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 90
    Average Points Per Game: 1.91

    Robson moved to Sporting Clube de Portugal in July 1992, where his Portuguese interpreter was a young José Mourinho. Robson guided the club to a third place finish in his first season in charge while admitting the club was in "...a terrible state". He described the club's president as a "loose cannon", who frequently signed players without Robson's consent. Robson was sacked in December 1993 with the club sitting at the top of the league table. The club President, Jose Sousa Cintra, cited the club's early exit from the UEFA Cup at the hands of Casino Salzburg as the reason for his dismissal...


    PORTO (1994-1996)
    Games: 88
    Record: 69-14-5
    Home Record: 40-3-1
    Away Record: 29-11-4
    Winning Percentage: 78%
    Total Points: 221
    Average Points Per Game: 2.51

    Sporting's rivals, F.C. Porto, quickly hired Robson, with Mourinho appointed as his assistant manager. Porto were in a poor state when Robson arrived and the average attendance had dwindled to 10,000. The club promptly went on to beat Robson's former club, Sporting, in the Portuguese Cup final, following that achievement with successive League titles in the 1994–95 and 1995–96 seasons. Such was the impact of Robson at Porto, he became known to the locals as "Bobby Five-O" in honour of the number of matches Porto won 5–0, and he signed a new contract with the club in 1995. Suffering from malignant melanoma and missing the first few months of the 1995–96 season, Robson still successfully led Porto in defence of their league title...


    BARCELONA (1996-1997)
    Games: 42
    Record: 28-6-8
    Home Record: 17-3-1
    Away Record: 11-3-7
    Winning Percentage: 67%
    Total Points: 90
    Average Points Per Game: 2.14

    A phone call during the summer of 1996 from Barcelona's vice-president Joan Gaspart to discuss Luís Figo resulted in an offer of employment with the Spanish club. Robson took over in July 1996, where once again his assistant was Mourinho; Robson had made Mourinho's move with him to the Camp Nou a condition of his employment. One of the key decisions Robson made during his brief tenure at Barcelona was the $19.5 million signing of Ronaldo, who was influential in a season when Barcelona won the Spanish Cup, Spanish Super Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup. Robson himself was voted European Manager of the Year for 1996–97, while Ronaldo stated, "as a trainer without doubt [Robson] is one of the greatest in the world". The 1997–98 season saw Robson moved "upstairs" to the position of General Manager by Barcelona, with Louis van Gaal taking over the managerial reins, but he stayed in this position for only one season...


    PSV EINDHOVEN (1998-1999)
    Games: 34
    Record: 17-10-7
    Home Record: 12-3-2
    Away Record: 5-7-5
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 61
    Average Points Per Game: 1.79

    Robson returned to manage PSV on a short-term deal for the 1998–99 season. PSV missed out on the league title, finishing third behind Feyenoord and Willem II, but Robson still led the club to qualification for the Champions League on the last day of the season...


    NEWCASTLE UNITED (1999-2004)
    Games: 188
    Record: 83-51-54
    Home Record: 58-19-17
    Away Record: 25-32-37
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 300
    Average Points Per Game: 1.60

    After Robson's contract expired, he returned to England to take up a position in the Football Association's technical department, but following the resignation of Ruud Gullit at Newcastle United, Robson moved to St James' Park in September 1999. Robson was disappointed with the club's opening salary offer, stating "...it was miles below the going rate", but negotiated a one year Ł1 million deal. In his first season in charge, 1999–2000, Robson led the club to an 11th place finish, with 14 wins from his 32 games in charge. In late 2000, following the resignation of Kevin Keegan as England manager, the Football Association asked Newcastle Chairman Freddy Shepherd to permit Robson to take over in a part-time caretaker capacity but the request was refused. Robson guided Newcastle from bottom of the Premier League to a fourth-place finish in the 2001–02 season. The following season, Newcastle finished third, ensuring qualification for the Champions League for the second consecutive year. Despite the qualification of third place however, Robson was unable to guide Newcastle through the Champions League qualifying rounds and the club was pushed back into the UEFA Cup for the 2003–04 season. At the end of the 2003–04 season, Newcastle United finished fifth in the table, five points short of the Champions League qualifying fourth place but reached the semi finals of the Uefa Cup after losing to Marseille. Robson held the Newcastle post until August 30, 2004, when he was dismissed by Freddy Shepherd, after a poor start to the Premier League season and alleged discontent in the dressing room...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 1,064
    Record: 516-258-290
    Home Record: 337-104-90
    Away Record: 179-154-200
    Winning Percentage: 48%
    Total Points: 1,806
    Average Points Per Game: 1.70
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 64.60

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    Crazy.

    Do you have too much free time? My house needs mopping & sweeping.

    Great work!

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    Crazy.

    Do you have too much free time? My house needs mopping & sweeping.

    Great work!

    Haha my project at work is delayed, so I have tons of time during the day! Of course you have to pay well if you expect me to mop and sweep!

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    Okay, now that the easy ones are gone...

    Alberto Malesani
    Sergio Markarián
    Dusan Bajevič
    Vicente Del Bosque
    Sam Allardyce
    Michael Laudrup
    Rudi Völler
    Victor Muńoz

    Take your time

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    ALBERTO MALESANI CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    CHIEVO VERONA (1993-1997)
    Games: 148
    Record: 50-63-35
    Home Record: 35-25-14
    Away Record: 15-38-21
    Winning Percentage: 34%
    Total Points: 213
    Average Points Per Game: 1.44

    Malesani left his job at Canon, Amsterdam in 1990 order to pursue a coaching career at Serie C1 team Chievo Verona for the Allievi youth squad. In 1991, he is assistant of head coach Carlo De Angelis in the first team, and in 1993 he becomes head coach himself. His first season as head coach ended in a historical promotion to Serie B for then-unknown Chievo Verona. Malesani left Chievo in 1997, after three impressive Serie B seasons and a narrowly missed promotion in the Italian top division, in order to become Fiorentina's boss...


    FIORENTINA (1997-1998)
    Games: 34
    Record: 15-12-7
    Home Record: 8-7-2
    Away Record: 7-5-5
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 57
    Average Points Per Game: 1.68

    After a successful 5th place finish, Malesani was quickly picked up by Parma at the end of the 1997/98 season...


    PARMA (1998-2001)
    Games: 102
    Record: 47-28-27
    Home Record: 28-14-9
    Away Record: 19-14-18
    Winning Percentage: 46%
    Total Points: 169
    Average Points Per Game: 1.66

    This short 3 year spell would be the most successful of his career. Malesani won a Coppa Italia, a UEFA Cup, an Italian Super Cup and obtained two fourth places before being sacked in 2000/2001...


    VERONA (2001-2003)
    Games: 72
    Record: 21-22-29
    Home Record: 17-10-9
    Away Record: 4-12-20
    Winning Percentage: 29%
    Total Points: 85
    Average Points Per Game: 1.18

    Malesani then spent 2 unsuccessful seasons with Verona. In his first season, Verona were relegated to Serie B and in his second could only manage a bottom half finish in the Serie B...


    MODENA (2003-2004)
    Games: 26
    Record: 5-10-11
    Home Record: 4-5-4
    Away Record: 1-5-7
    Winning Percentage: 19%
    Total Points: 25
    Average Points Per Game: 0.96

    Malesani then moved back into the Serie A when he took the job at Modena. However, this only lasted 26 matches and after only 5 wins, Malesani was sacked...


    PANATHINAIKOS (2005-2006)
    Games: 30
    Record: 21-4-5
    Home Record: 13-1-1
    Away Record: 8-3-4
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 67
    Average Points Per Game: 2.23

    Malesani then moved to Greece to take over Panathinaikos. But after he could only manage a third place finish, he was sacked at the end of the season. During his spell with Panathinaikos, the Greek sport press constantly criticized his tactics. After a draw against Iraklis and during the post match press conference, Alberto Malesani had an unforgettable outburst of temper against the fans and journalists...


    UDINESE (2007)
    Games: 19
    Record: 6-5-8
    Home Record: 4-1-5
    Away Record: 2-4-3
    Winning Percentage: 32%
    Total Points: 23
    Average Points Per Game: 1.21

    Malesani was appointed coach of Udinese in January 2007, as replacement for Giovanni Galeone. He led his side to a not so impressive tenth place in the Serie A 2006/07 final table, only seven points from relegation, and was not re-signed for the following season...


    EMPOLI (2007-2008)
    Games: 18
    Record: 4-4-10
    Home Record: 3-3-4
    Away Record: 1-1-6
    Winning Percentage: 22%
    Total Points: 16
    Average Points Per Game: 0.89

    On November 27, 2007 he was unveiled as Empoli's new head coach, replacing Luigi Cagni. He was axed on March 31, 2008, after only 18 league matches, following a 2–0 home defeat to U.C. Sampdoria which left Empoli down in last place in the league table...


    SIENA (2009-2010)
    Games: 25
    Record: 6-7-12
    Home Record: 4-4-4
    Away Record: 2-3-8
    Winning Percentage: 24%
    Total Points: 25
    Average Points Per Game: 1.00

    On November 23, 2009 he was appointed new head coach of Siena, replacing Marco Baroni. After failing to save Siena from relegation, Malesani was released by Siena on May 21, 2010...


    BOLOGNA (2010-2011)
    Games: 37
    Record: 11-11-15
    Home Record: 7-6-5
    Away Record: 4-5-10
    Winning Percentage: 30%
    Total Points: 44
    Average Points Per Game: 1.19

    On September 1, 2010 he signed a one year contract for Bologna. After a successful season which saw the Rossoblu finish in 16th place, six points clear of relegation, despite a three point deduction for tax problems and running feuds over the clubs ownership, Malesani was replaced by Pierpaolo Bisoli on the 26th of May 2011...


    GENOA (2011-Present)
    Games: 0
    Record: 0-0-0
    Home Record: 0-0-0
    Away Record: 0-0-0
    Winning Percentage: 0%
    Total Points: 0
    Average Points Per Game: 0

    On the same day Malesani left Bologna, the Genoa president Enrico Preziosi announced at the clubs end of season party that Malesani would be the new manager of I Grifoni after signing a contract until 2013...


    LAST SEASON - BOLOGNA (2010-2011)
    Games: 37
    Record: 11-11-15
    Home Record: 7-6-5
    Away Record: 4-5-10
    Winning Percentage: 30%
    Total Points: 44
    Average Points Per Game: 1.19


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 511
    Record: 186-166-159
    Home Record: 123-76-57
    Away Record: 63-90-102
    Winning Percentage: 36%
    Total Points: 724
    Average Points Per Game: 1.42
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 53.96
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    Quote Originally Posted by vitomins View Post
    ALBERTO MALESANI CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    PANATHINAIKOS (2005-2006)
    Games: 30
    Record: 21-4-5
    Home Record: 13-1-1
    Away Record: 8-3-4
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 67
    Average Points Per Game: 2.23

    Malesani then moved to Greece to take over Panathinaikos. But after he could only manage a third place finish, he was sacked at the end of the season. During his spell with Panathinaikos, the Greek sport press constantly criticized his tactics. After a draw against Iraklis and during the post match press conference, Alberto Malesani had an unforgettable outburst of temper against the fans and journalists...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQm9R...=youtube_gdata

    Freaking hilarious. I actually missed the post-match conference since it was during the Inter-milan derbi(the 3-2 with Adriano's late winner)

    Vito, I think my list will keep you busy for a while

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    VICENTE DEL BOSQUE CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    REAL MADRID CASTILLA (1985-1990)
    Games: 186
    Record: 63-47-76
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 34%
    Total Points: 236
    Average Points Per Game: 1.27

    Del Bosque served at Real Madrid since 1964 and rose through the ranks at the club beginning as a player and achieving his first managing job at the Real Madrid Reserve Team. During his five year spell, he finished 3rd place in the 1987/88 season but could not fight for promotion because his team was ineligible for promotion for being reserve team of Real Madrid...


    REAL MADRID (1994)
    Games: 11
    Record: 5-1-5
    Home Record: 2-1-2
    Away Record: 3-0-3
    Winning Percentage: 45%
    Total Points: 16
    Average Points Per Game: 1.45

    Del Bosque first managed Real Madrid for a couple of months in 1994 after the sacking of Benito Floro Sanz and before the appointment of Jorge Valdano...


    REAL MADRID (1996)
    Games: 1
    Record: 1-0-0
    Home Record: 0-0-0
    Away Record: 1-0-0
    Winning Percentage: 100%
    Total Points: 3
    Average Points Per Game: 3.00

    Del Bosque would again manage Real for one game in 1996, while he was then the youth team coach, the club President and board of directors having sacked the current manager Arsenio Iglesias...


    REAL MADRID (1999-2003)
    Games: 141
    Record: 78-37-26
    Home Record: 50-15-6
    Away Record: 28-22-20
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 271
    Average Points Per Game: 1.92

    In his four seasons in charge Del Bosque ushered the club through its most successful spell in modern history, having steered the club to two UEFA Champions League titles in 2000 and 2002, two domestic La Liga titles in 2001 and 2003, a Spanish Supercup in 2001, a UEFA Super Cup in 2002, the Intercontinental Cup in 2002 as well as finishing in the last four of the UEFA Champions League every year he was in charge. Not since the great Madrid side of the 1950s and 1960s that had Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás did the club succeed so consistently. Del Bosque's management was successful in uniting the many different modern player egos in his star studded team: in the Del Bosque era Real managed 104 wins out of a possible 186 in his time as coach of Madrid. Shockingly, Real Madrid decided to not renew Del Bosque's contract in 2003, just a day after he won the club its 29th League title and a week after the club signed David Beckham. Del Bosque was offered the post of technical director but turned it down, leading to many suggestions in the Spanish media that there was indeed a much rumoured political split at the club involving Del Bosque and several players, especially captain Fernando Hierro, on one side, while Jorge Valdano and Florentino Pérez wielded the axe of control to in their words, 'shake up the team', on the other. Perez said in an interview with BBC Sport: "Del Bosque was showing signs of exhaustion. I want to be sincere about this – our belief that he was not the right coach for the future."


    BEŞIKTAŞ (2004-2005)
    Games: 17
    Record: 8-5-4
    Home Record: 4-2-2
    Away Record: 4-3-2
    Winning Percentage: 47%
    Total Points: 29
    Average Points Per Game: 1.71

    With Beşiktaş, Del Bosque arrived in Turkey to much fanfare and hope, but failure to deliver results saw him get the sack towards the tail end of the 2004–05 season...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 356
    Record: 155-90-111
    Home Record: 56-18-10
    Away Record: 36-25-25
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 555
    Average Points Per Game: 1.56
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 59.28
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    Real's away record was attrocious! (For a team like Real)

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    Well while you're on that point, 1.92 points per game is horrendous too. It only give syou 75 points per season, definitely not gonna win you the league.

    Which is surprising considering Del Bosque win it in 00/01 and 02/03. His other 2 league seasons must have been completely unacceptable.

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    I think it includes a 5th place as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko View Post
    I think it includes a 5th place as well
    I believe it was at the 99/00 season. Remember the furore about them being the CL holder but did not finish inside the top 4? I kinda forget how it resolved in the end. IIRC, the 4th place team went to the UEFA Cup and RM got into the CL. This is of course unlike the Liverpool debacle back in 04/05...

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    VELEŽ MOSTAR (1984-1988)
    Games: 136
    Record: 57-39-40
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 210
    Average Points Per Game: 1.54

    After ending his football career in 1983, Bajević took over as coach for Velež. He led the team to win the Kup Marsala Tita in 1986 by defeating Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 in the final. The next season Velež finished the league in second spot and Bajević went to Greece to coach AEK Athens...


    AEK ATHENS (1988-1996)
    Games: 268
    Record: 171-57-40
    Home Record: 108-19-7
    Away Record: 63-38-33
    Winning Percentage: 64%
    Total Points: 570
    Average Points Per Game: 2.13

    Bajević took over AEK's managerial position in 1988 and had an incredibly successful stint winning the following trophies:

    4 - Greek Championships (1988-1989, 1991-1992, 1992-1993, 1993-1994)
    1 - Greek Cup (1995-1996)
    1 - Greek Super Cup (1989)
    1 - Greek League Cup (1989-1990)
    1 - Pre-1991 Mediterranean Games Cup (1991)


    OLYMPIACOS PIRAEUS (1996-1999)
    Games: 108
    Record: 88-11-9
    Home Record: 45-8-1
    Away Record: 43-3-8
    Winning Percentage: 81%
    Total Points: 275
    Average Points Per Game: 2.55

    In 1996, Bajević moved to Olympiacos, bringing great fan hostility upon himself from AEK supporters. While he was Olympiacos' manager, Olympiacos won their first championship in ten years in 1997 and became champions for three consecutive times. In 1999, Olympiacos won the Double and, for the first time in their history, reached the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals. In the 1996-97 season Bajevic led Olympiacos to the championship after 10 years, putting an end to the "stone years'. This season, the team ended the League with a 12 points difference from AEK Athens, and 20 points difference from Panathinaikos. The next season, 1997-98, Olympiacos participated for first time in the UEFA Champions League ending with a 3rd place in the group. In the Alpha Ethniki, Bajevic's team celebrated the second consecutive championship, three points ahead of Panathinaikos. 1998-99 was a very successful season. Olympiacos reached the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, losing to Juventus. They also won the domestic double. In the league they ended 10 points ahead of AEK and 11 ahead of Panathinaikos. In the Cup, Olympiacos won 2-0 over rivals Panathinaikos. The fans had great expectations for the next season with the additions of Giovanni and Zlatko Zahovic, but Bajevic's team only achived 3rd place in the Champions League group, and the coach was sacked in November 11, 1999, despite being in first place in the League...


    PAOK THESSALONIKI (2000-2002)
    Games: 56
    Record: 28-15-13
    Home Record: 20-5-3
    Away Record: 8-10-10
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 99
    Average Points Per Game: 1.77

    Bajević decided to move to Northern Greece, in the region of Makedonia and its capital Thessaloniki, where he had a successful stay at PAOK Thessaloniki FC considering the team's financial problems. During his stay at the club of PAOK FC, he won the Greek Cup in 2001 (after a near-thirty year wait) beating Οlympiakos in Athens in a game in which his team delivered very high quality football...


    AEK ATHENS (2002-2004)
    Games: 48
    Record: 31-10-7
    Home Record: 18-4-3
    Away Record: 13-6-4
    Winning Percentage: 65%
    Total Points: 103
    Average Points Per Game: 2.15

    Fans were divided among those who accepted him and those who hated him. The latter part of the fans made his life a living hell. On a match day against Iraklis, he decided he had enough and with no prior warning left the bench and resigned while the game was still in first half. As the AEK coach, in the 2002/2003 UEFA Champions League AEK became the first and only team to collect six ties out of six games in the group phase and ended up at third position. A notable match was the 3-3 draw against Real Madrid in the Nikos Goumas Stadium and another one the 2-2 draw against Real Madrid in Madrid...


    OLYMPIACOS PIRAEUS (2004-2005)
    Games: 30
    Record: 19-8-3
    Home Record: 13-2-0
    Away Record: 6-6-3
    Winning Percentage: 63%
    Total Points: 65
    Average Points Per Game: 2.17

    In 2004, Bajević returned to Olympiacos, where he won the double again. Also, his team got very close to the second round of the Champions League by collecting ten points, however the defeat against Liverpool FC in the last group game stopped them from making it to the next round. Olympiacos went as far as the fourth round of the UEFA Cup. Despite these good results, he quit, mainly due to the pressure from Gate 7 fans who were not satisfied with the team's way of playing, although the majority of the fans were in his side...


    RED STAR BELGRADE (2006-2007)
    Games: 20
    Record: 14-3-3
    Home Record: 8-1-2
    Away Record: 6-2-1
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 45
    Average Points Per Game: 2.25

    On May 25, 2006 Bajević became the coach of the former European Cup champion Red Star Belgrade. He was brought in by club president Dragan Stojković as replacement to recently departed Walter Zenga, with the appointment generally welcomed by club's fans due to Bajević's glowing reputation as an experienced coach with plenty of success from the Greek league. The expectations were also plentiful as Red Star, Serbia-Montenegro league champion, was getting ready to start Champions League qualifying. After progressing from the initial stage, they were drawn against powerhouse AC Milan in the final qualifying round, putting up decent resistance en route to 1-3 aggregate loss. Despite the failure to get into the Champions League, many still took some positives from the Milan clash, however things were different when Bajević's squad got eliminated from UEFA Cup in first round by Slovan Liberec with embarrassing ease, 1-4 on aggregate. In contrast to European failures, the domestic league form was satisfactory with Bajević leading the team to top of the league with 14 points to spare at the winter break. However, the second part of the season began with an inexplicable dip in form. The slide continued and on February 27, 2007 Bajević's car got destroyed by angry fans. The end of Bajević's stint with Red Star came in shocking fashion on March 10, 2007 during a league match versus FK Vojvodina. Red Star was down 0-2 at home, prompting the fans to start chanting "Dušan leave". Soon after the chant was picked up by the majority of the north stand where the club's most loyal supporters gather, Bajević decided to walk out on the team in the middle of the game, leaving the pitch in 70th minute. The match finished 0-3, shrinking Red Star's lead at the top of the table to only 6 points. Bajević's overall league record at the helm of Red Star during 2006/07 season was 14 league wins, 3 draws, and 3 losses...


    ARIS THESSALONIKI (2007-2008)
    Games: 29
    Record: 14-7-8
    Home Record: 9-3-2
    Away Record: 5-4-6
    Winning Percentage: 48%
    Total Points: 49
    Average Points Per Game: 1.69

    On September 7, 2007 Bajević signed a 3 year contract with Aris Thessaloniki. During the 2007-08 season, when he was the head coach of Aris Thessaloniki, the team played superb football. Aris reached both a respectable 4th place in the Greek Super League and reached the Greek Cup final, where the team was beaten by Greek champions Olympiacos F.C. On July 1, 2008 he decided to resign, allegedly because Aris president Labros Skordas demanded that he bench star defender Avraam Papadopoulos, after the latter rejected a contract extension. After his resignation, he was immediately related with Panathinaikos, while there were reports that there was a contract to be penned by Bajević. But he finally decided not to join the team, which eventually appointed Henk ten Cate. By the end of October, when the team of Panathinaikos was totally under-performing, and while ten Cate was on the verge of being sacked, the football manager of Panathinaikos, Kostas Antoniou was said to have asked once again Bajević to become the coach of the Greens, but both sides rejected this relation...


    AEK ATHENS (2008-2010)
    Games: 60
    Record: 29-18-13
    Home Record: 22-4-4
    Away Record: 7-14-9
    Winning Percentage: 48%
    Total Points: 105
    Average Points Per Game: 1.75

    On November 21, 2008, Bajević returned to AEK together with two other former players of AEK, Stelios Manolas in the position of the technical director and Lysandros Georgamlis as assistant manager. His first game in charge was a 1–1 draw against OFI Crete in Crete on November 23, 2008. The first season in his third spell in-charge of "Dikefalos Aetos" brought ups and downs. AEK in the league, finished 4th, thus qualifying for the seasons annual play-offs in which AEK finished 2nd meaning qualification for next seasons Europa League. Bajevic managed to get AEK to the Greek Cup Final where they came up short and they lost 16-15 on penalties to Olympiacos after the game finished 4-4 after extra time. On September 26, 2010 Bajević resigned as head coach of AEK, following a 3–1 away defeat to Olympiakos Volou, in the Greek Superleague...


    OMONIA NICOSIA (2010-2011)
    Games: 23
    Record: 12-8-3
    Home Record: 8-3-1
    Away Record: 4-5-2
    Winning Percentage: 52%
    Total Points: 44
    Average Points Per Game: 1.91

    On October 13, 2010, Bajević signed a contract with Cyprus's club, AC Omonia Nicosia, following the resignation of its predecessor Takis Lemonis. Bajević was fired on April 14, 2011 after a 2-0 loss to crosstown rival APOEL, which clinched its 21st Cypriot league title...


    ATROMITOS (2012)
    Games: 15
    Record: 6-7-2
    Home Record: 5-1-1
    Away Record: 1-6-1
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 25
    Average Points Per Game: 1.67

    On 2 June 2012, Bajević agreed on a 2-year contract with Greek Cup finalist Atromitos. He came to replace Giorgos Donis who resigned some days before. The Bosnian coach returned to Greece after 1.5-years in order to manage the 5th Greek club in his career. He resigned his post on 22 December 2012 following the third round elimination in the Greek Cup to second-tier Olympiakos Volou that progressed on away goals following the injury time equalizer by Ańete. In the league, Atromitos was holding the 4th spot after 15 matches...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 793
    Record: 469-183-140
    Home Record: 256-50-24
    Away Record: 156-94-77
    Winning Percentage: 59%
    Total Points: 1,590
    Average Points Per Game: 2.01
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 76.38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handoyo View Post
    I believe it was at the 99/00 season. Remember the furore about them being the CL holder but did not finish inside the top 4? I kinda forget how it resolved in the end. IIRC, the 4th place team went to the UEFA Cup and RM got into the CL. This is of course unlike the Liverpool debacle back in 04/05...
    Pos Club Pld W D L F A GD Pts

    1. Chelsea 38 29 8 1 72 15 57 95
    2. Arsenal 38 25 8 5 87 36 51 83
    3. Manchester United 38 22 11 5 58 26 32 77
    4. Everton 38 18 7 13 45 46 -1 61
    5. Liverpool 38 17 7 14 52 41 11 58
    6. Bolton Wanderers 38 16 10 12 49 44 5 58
    7. Middlesbrough 38 14 13 11 53 46 7 55
    8. Manchester City 38 13 13 12 47 39 8 52
    9. Tottenham Hotspur 38 14 10 14 47 41 6 52
    10. Aston Villa 38 12 11 15 45 52 -7 47
    11. Charlton Athletic 38 12 10 16 42 58 -16 46
    12. Birmingham City 38 11 12 15 40 46 -6 45
    13. Fulham 38 12 8 18 52 60 -8 44
    14. Newcastle United 38 10 14 14 47 57 -10 44
    15. Blackburn Rovers 38 9 15 14 32 43 -11 42
    16. Portsmouth 38 10 9 19 43 59 -16 39
    17. West Bromwich Albion 38 6 16 16 36 61 -25 34
    18. Crystal Palace 38 7 12 19 41 62 -21 33
    19. Norwich City 38 7 12 19 42 77 -35 33
    20. Southampton 38 6 14 18 45 66 -21 32

    2004/05 Premier League table finished as so. Everton went into the 3rd qualifying round with Manchester United, Liverpool into the 1st qualifying round. As I remember Liverpool played TNS Llansantffraid who had offered to play the scousers in a one-off pre-qualifier as they knew it would be a big draw. The manager of TNS joked at the time that he was happy with the tie but would've been more pleased if his team could have gotten to the 3rd round, as that's when the big clubs like Everton were coming in, the joke based on him being an Evertonian.
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    LIMERICK (1991-1992)
    Games: 27
    Record: 14-10-3
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 52%
    Total Points: 52
    Average Points Per Game: 1.93

    Allardyce then took up the role of player/manager of Limerick and guided the League of Ireland team to promotion by topping the first division with a number of points to spare in 1991–92 in his only season at the club. He made his League of Ireland debut on October 6, 1991...


    PRESTON NORTH END (1992)
    Games: 9
    Record: 3-3-3
    Home Record: 2-2-1
    Away Record: 1-1-2
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 12
    Average Points Per Game: 1.33

    After his one successful season in Ireland, Allardyce returned to England and to Preston North End for the start of the 1992–93 season to take up the role of coach/assistant manager under Les Chapman. Ten games into the season however Chapman was sacked and Allardyce given the role of caretaker manager. His short spell in charge was an impressive one with Preston putting in some fine performances, picking some much needed league points along the way. The club's board though felt that Allardyce's managerial inexperience at league level worked against him and opted in December 1992 to appoint the more experienced John Beck who in turn appointed Gary Peters as his assistant. Allardyce carried on with the club in his original coaching capacity for another 18 months but the disappointment of missing out on the Preston job spoke volumes and when in July 1994 arch rivals Blackpool offered him the manager's job after sacking Billy Ayre, Allardyce jumped at the chance...


    BLACKPOOL (1994-1996)
    Games: 92
    Record: 41-23-28
    Home Record: 25-9-12
    Away Record: 16-14-16
    Winning Percentage: 45%
    Total Points: 146
    Average Points Per Game: 1.59

    Allardyce's spell at Bloomfield Road included his leading the club, in 1995–96, to their most successful season in years; however, he was sacked at the end of the campaign after failing to guide them to Division One. Blackpool finished third, missing out on automatic promotion on the last day of the season, and were then beaten in the play-off semi-finals by Bradford City after winning 2–0 away at Valley Parade, only to lose 3–0 in the reverse leg on home soil. In matches in the Football League, Allardyce still has the highest win percentage (45%) of any Blackpool manager. Five years after his sacking, Allardyce stated that he still had no idea why the club relieved him of his position...


    NOTTS COUNTY (1997-1999)
    Games: 124
    Record: 51-33-40
    Home Record: 25-19-18
    Away Record: 26-14-22
    Winning Percentage: 41%
    Total Points: 186
    Average Points Per Game: 1.50

    In January 1997, Sam Allardyce made his return to football as manager of Division Two basement club Notts County. He arrived too late to save them from relegation, but they won promotion at the first attempt by finishing top of Division Three at the end of the 1997–98 season. Notts County broke several club and national records, winning the title by a 19-point margin and becoming the first post-war side to win promotion in mid-March...


    BOLTON WANDERERS (1999-2007)
    Games: 309
    Record: 121-92-96
    Home Record: 68-51-35
    Away Record: 53-41-61
    Winning Percentage: 39%
    Total Points: 455
    Average Points Per Game: 1.47

    He remained in charge at Meadow Lane until October 19, 1999, when he returned to Bolton Wanderers in Division One and became their new manager. Despite being in the bottom half of the table when he took over, Bolton reached the 1999–2000 Division One playoffs, losing to Ipswich Town and had an eventful run to the League Cup and FA Cup semi-finals. Bolton went one better in 2000–01 by reaching the playoff final where they beat Preston North End 3–0 to achieve promotion to the Premiership after a three-year absence. Allardyce said he planned to walk away from football at the end of his 10-year contract at Bolton Wanderers, when he would have been 56. Bolton went top of the Premiership after gaining ten points from the first four games of the 2001–02 campaign. However, the Bolton squad was not strong enough to mount a sustained challenge and their safety was not ensured until the penultimate game of the season. They continued to struggle in 2002–03, avoiding relegation by just two points and one place. After two years in the bottom half of the table, Bolton went on to substantially improve, and established themselves in the Premiership. 2003–04 saw Allardyce's side finish eighth and reach the Carling Cup final, losing 2–1 to Middlesbrough. It was during this period he first wore the earpiece. 2004–05 saw Sam Allardyce and Bolton finish sixth to win qualification in the UEFA Cup for the first time in the club's history, equal on points with 2005's UEFA Champions League victors Liverpool. In the early months of 2005–06, Allardyce once again took Bolton into the top half of the Premiership and also steered them into the knockout rounds of the UEFA Cup. Bolton eventually finished eighth that season. In early 2006 it was confirmed that Sven-Göran Eriksson would leave the England manager's job after the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and as a successful English manager, Allardyce was touted as a major candidate for the post. Bolton confirmed that they would let him talk to the FA if they approached him. However he was never offered the job, which was eventually given to Steve McClaren. Speculation arose on April 28, 2007, that Allardyce would quit as Bolton manager at the end of the 2006–07 season, a move that the board initially denied. However, Bolton announced on the next day that Allardyce was to leave the club after eight years, effective immediately. Sammy Lee was announced as his replacement the following day. Allardyce told the "Mail On Sunday" on May 12, 2007, that part of his reason for leaving Bolton was because he wanted to win silverware. Allardyce said, "I have had praise for what I've done, but there's nothing at the end of it. I want silverware. I'm determined to get it before my days are over..."


    NEWCASTLE UNITED (2007-2008)
    Games: 21
    Record: 7-5-9
    Home Record: 5-3-3
    Away Record: 2-2-6
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 26
    Average Points Per Game: 1.24

    After the resignation of Glenn Roeder, manager of Newcastle United, on May 6, 2007, Allardyce immediately became the leading contender with bookmakers and the media for the resulting vacancy, and it was confirmed that Allardyce had held a meeting with Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd in London. On May 15, 2007, Newcastle United announced that Allardyce had signed a three-year contract to manage the club. On May 21, 2007 Allardyce had already axed six players from Newcastle United before the 2007–08 season had started. After a series of disappointing results in the run-up to Christmas, and after gaining only one point from a possible six from bottom-of-the-table Wigan and Derby, there was speculation that Allardyce's tenure at Newcastle could be under threat. On January 9, 2008, Sam Allardyce parted company with Newcastle United by mutual agreement...


    BLACKBURN ROVERS (2008-2010)
    Games: 76
    Record: 26-21-29
    Home Record: 19-13-6
    Away Record: 7-8-23
    Winning Percentage: 34%
    Total Points: 99
    Average Points Per Game: 1.30

    Allardyce was appointed manager of Blackburn Rovers on a three-year contract on December 17, 2008. His first game in charge was a 3–0 victory over Stoke City at Ewood Park three days later. This was the first game of a nine-game unbeaten run, until a 2–0 defeat at the hands of Aston Villa. He lead the team to seven more wins, including a 2–1 away win at Fulham. The team only won two away games, but won five games, drew four and lost just one at Ewood Park. Allardyce finished his first season in charge with a 0-0 draw with West Bromwich Albion and a final league position of 15th. In his first full season in charge, Rovers finished 10th with a final day victory away at Aston Villa FC, sending Villa to defeat against the same side twice for the first time this season and Rovers first league double over them for 11 years. On December 13, 2010, Allardyce was sacked by Blackburn following a 2-1 defeat to former club Bolton Wanderers, with Rovers lying 13th in the league...


    WEST HAM UNITED (2011-2015)
    Games: 188
    Record: 68-48-72
    Home Record: 42-25-27
    Away Record: 26-23-45
    Winning Percentage: 36%
    Total Points: 252
    Average Points Per Game: 1.34

    Allardyce was appointed as manager of recently relegated West Ham United on June 1, 2011 after signing a two-year contract. In May 2012, West Ham were promoted back to the Premier League after only one season in The Championship after winning the 2012 Football League Championship play-off Final. Allardyce described this promotion as his best ever achievement. West Ham finished the 2012–13 season in tenth place, and Allardyce renewed his contract at West Ham by signing a new two-year deal. Allardyce left West Ham on 24 May 2015, the final day of the season, after his contract was not renewed. Allardyce stated that "I didn't want to stay. I suppose you could say it was mutual if they didn't want me to stay either". His West Ham side had finished 12th in the 2014–15 season, one place higher than in the 2013–14 season...


    SUNDERLAND (2015-2016)
    Games: 30
    Record: 9-9-12
    Home Record: 6-4-5
    Away Record: 3-5-7
    Winning Percentage: 30%
    Total Points: 36
    Average Points Per Game: 1.20

    On 9 October 2015, Allardyce was named the new Sunderland manager, replacing Dick Advocaat. When Allardyce was appointed, Sunderland sat 19th in the Premier League table with three points from their first eight games of the season. Signing a two-year contract, he became the first manager to have managed both Newcastle United and Sunderland. Allardyce successfully led Sunderland to safety from relegation after beating Everton 3–0 on 11 May, a result which also ensured the relegation of rivals (and one of his former clubs) Newcastle United. Allardyce earned praise for his management of Sunderland from some pundits, particularly for his organized approach and emphasis on a strong defence. On 22 July 2016, Allardyce signed a two-year contract to become manager of the England national team...


    CRYSTAL PALACE (2016-2017)
    Games: 21
    Record: 8-2-11
    Home Record: 4-1-5
    Away Record: 4-1-6
    Winning Percentage: 38%
    Total Points: 26
    Average Points Per Game: 1.24

    On 23 December 2016, Allardyce signed a two-and-a-half-year contract to become manager of Crystal Palace, a day after the sacking of Alan Pardew. The "Eagles" confirmed their safety from relegation in the penultimate game of the 2016–17 season with a 4–0 victory over Hull City at Selhurst Park. Allardyce announced his departure from Crystal Palace on 23 May 2017, saying he had no intention of seeking another job, in what was interpreted as a retirement announcement. However, on 19 July 2017, Allardyce said he would be open to an international management position, but not another club job...


    EVERTON (2017-2018)
    Games: 24
    Record: 9-7-8
    Home Record: 6-5-2
    Away Record: 3-2-6
    Winning Percentage: 38%
    Total Points: 34
    Average Points Per Game: 1.42

    Despite previously announcing his retirement from his managerial career, on 30 November 2017, Allardyce signed a contract to manage Everton until June 2019, who were thirteenth place in the Premier League table, following a poor start to the 2017–18 season. Everton ended the season in eighth-position, but fans were dissatisfied with the style of play. Whilst under Allardyce's management, Everton were ranked 20th for total shots, 19th for total shots on target, 16th for passing accuracy and 17th for shots faced in the Premier League. Allardyce left the club on 16 May 2018...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 921
    Record: 357-253-311
    Home Record: 202-132-114
    Away Record: 144-111-194
    Winning Percentage: 39%
    Total Points: 1,324
    Average Points Per Game: 1.44
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 54.72
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handoyo View Post
    I believe it was at the 99/00 season. Remember the furore about them being the CL holder but did not finish inside the top 4? I kinda forget how it resolved in the end. IIRC, the 4th place team went to the UEFA Cup and RM got into the CL. This is of course unlike the Liverpool debacle back in 04/05...

    You are correct, Real Madrid was automatically entered into the 2000/01 Champions League without having to play any qualifying matches, despite finishing 5th. 4th place Zaragoza was forced to compete in the UEFA Cup!

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