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    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
    This is simply stunning. That means 95 points per season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko View Post
    Okay, now that the easy ones are gone...

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

    Take your time

    4 down, 4 to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handoyo View Post
    This is simply stunning. That means 95 points per season!

    Actually 97! Or 96.9 to be exact!! Haha and they still fired him!

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    Well, he did field 14 players in every league game while the opposition was sometimes reduced up to 9, and was generally playing with a 90-10 ref handicap, so I could literally have done similarly

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    Hi veets,
    I would like to see one big generation of statistics of Bernd Schuster.. sure if you have free time..

    Thanks!
    It's anybody in home?

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    Bes, Yuko made his requests first, so I will do his first. These take a while to do and I do them at work when I have free time, so I am trying my best to fill all of the requests...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vitomins View Post
    Bes, Yuko made his requests first, so I will do his first. These take a while to do and I do them at work when I have free time, so I am trying my best to fill all of the requests...
    Well,
    I understand you man, and thanks for the answer, I thought you didn't had any request another.. so finish Yuko's requests and if you want finish my request too..

    Thanks!

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    MICHAEL LAUDRUP CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    BRØNDBY (2002-2006)
    Games: 132
    Record: 76-31-25
    Home Record: 48-11-9
    Away Record: 28-20-16
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 259
    Average Points Per Game: 1.96

    After being the Danish assistant coach at the 2002 World Cup, Michael Laudrup took the job as head coach for Brøndby IF in the Danish Superliga. As his assistant coach, Laudrup paired up with former Danish championship winning coach John "Faxe" Jensen, who had played alongside him in the Danish national team. At the start of his reign, Laudrup proclaimed a tactical scheme close to that which Olsen and he had coached at the national team. Laudrup renovated the Brøndby team by letting a large contingent of older and experienced players go, in favour of several new offensive players, and he gave the chance to young talents from the club's youth scheme. In his first year as head coach, he managed the team to a Danish Cup win against OB in the final. After finishing runners up twice, he finally led the team to The Double in 2005...


    GETAFE (2007-2008)
    Games: 38
    Record: 12-11-15
    Home Record: 7-7-5
    Away Record: 5-4-10
    Winning Percentage: 32%
    Total Points: 47
    Average Points Per Game: 1.24

    After finishing runners-up in the 2005-06 season, Michael Laudrup left Brøndby along with assistant coach John "Faxe" Jensen. He could not come to an agreement with Brøndby about renewing his contract, and therefore decided to leave the club. He was associated with several new jobs, including head coach of former club Real Madrid and rumours that he would replace Lars Lagerbäck as head coach for the Swedish national team. On June 21, 2007 he was linked to a move to Madrid's La Liga team Getafe by sports newspaper Marca. This was confirmed on July 9, 2007. During his stay in Getafe the club reached the final in Copa del Rey, but lost to Valencia, and the quarter finals in the UEFA Cup (lost in extra time to Bayern Munich). During his tenure, as successor to current Real Madrid manager Bernd Schuster, he brought a new brand of exciting and free-flowing attacking football to the club which brought back memoires of Laudrup as a player. His team, which is not one of the established forces in Spanish football, also enjoyed comparative success. However, he performed only one season as manager, tendering his resignation in May 2008...


    SPARTAK MOSCOW (2008-2009)
    Games: 14
    Record: 4-3-7
    Home Record: 2-1-4
    Away Record: 2-2-3
    Winning Percentage: 29%
    Total Points: 15
    Average Points Per Game: 1.07

    Since he announced his departure from Getafe he has been linked with jobs at Valencia, Benfica, Chelsea, Blackburn Rovers, Panathinaikos, CSKA Moscow and West Ham. He almost got the job at Panathinaikos, but according to Danish media he wanted an option to allow him to leave, if he got an offer from a Spanish club. This could not be accepted by the Greeks, who chose Henk ten Cate instead. On September 12, 2008 it was officially announced that Laudrup signed a 18-month contract with Spartak Moscow. However, he spent only 7 months in the post, being sacked on April 15, 2009 after Spartak's 0-3 loss to Dinamo Moscow in the Russian Cup...


    MALLORCA (2010-2011)
    Games: 43
    Record: 14-8-21
    Home Record: 11-4-7
    Away Record: 3-4-14
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 50
    Average Points Per Game: 1.16

    In July 2010, Laudrup was appointed manager of Mallorca on a contract lasting until the end of June 2012. In his first season, he kept the struggling Mallorca side from relegation, which was suffering from losing many first team players and who was ejected from the UEFA Europa League due to its poor financial situation. At the beginning of the 2011–12 season, on 27 September 2011, Laudrup resigned as manager following the firing of his assistant, Erik Larsen. Laudrup cited great frustration with Lorenzo Serra Ferrer, the club's director of football, leading to a bad work climate as the main reason for his resignation.


    SWANSEA CITY (2012-2014)
    Games: 62
    Record: 17-19-26
    Home Record: 9-12-10
    Away Record: 8-7-16
    Winning Percentage: 27%
    Total Points: 70
    Average Points Per Game: 1.13

    On 15 June 2012, Laudrup was appointed manager of Swansea City on a two-year contract, becoming the first Dane to manage in the Premier League. On 23 January 2013, he led Swansea into their first ever major cup final after defeating reigning European champions Chelsea 2–0 on aggregate over two legs in the League Cup semi-finals. On 24 February 2013, Laudrup won his first trophy with Swansea after his side beat Bradford City 5–0 to win the Football League Cup at Wembley. This was also Swansea's first major trophy in English football in the club's history. On 8 March 2013, Laudrup signed a new contract with Swansea, keeping him at the club until 2015. On 4 February 2014, Laudrup was sacked by Swansea following a poor run of form which left the club two points clear of relegation. At the time of the decision, the team had lost six out of their last eight league games...


    LEKHWIYA (2014-2015)
    Games: 26
    Record: 19-5-2
    Home Record: 9-2-2
    Away Record: 10-3-0
    Winning Percentage: 73%
    Total Points: 62
    Average Points Per Game: 2.38

    On 30 June 2014, Laudrup became the new manager of Qatar Stars League champions Lekhwiya after signing a one-year deal. He guided the Lekhwiya to a club-record Qatar Stars League and a Crown Prince Cup double in his first season. The club also qualified for the quarter-finals of the 2015 AFC Champions League during his reign. On 17 June 2015, Laudrup announced that he would not extend his contract, departing the club...


    AL-RAYYAN (2016-2018)
    Games: 46
    Record: 27-9-10
    Home Record: 12-5-5
    Away Record: 15-4-5
    Winning Percentage: 59%
    Total Points: 90
    Average Points Per Game: 1.96

    On 3 October 2016, Laudrup was unveiled as the new manager of Al Rayyan on a two-year contract, replacing Jorge Fossati. After two consecutive 3rd place finishes in the legaue, Laudrup's contract was not renewed...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 361
    Record: 169-86-106
    Home Record: 98-42-42
    Away Record: 71-44-64
    Winning Percentage: 47%
    Total Points: 593
    Average Points Per Game: 1.64
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 62.32
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    RUDI VÖLLER CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    BAYER LEVERKUSEN (2000)
    Games: 4
    Record: 3-1-0
    Home Record: 2-0-0
    Away Record: 1-1-0
    Winning Percentage: 75%
    Total Points: 10
    Average Points Per Game: 2.50

    In October 2000, Völler began his coaching career, when he became caretaker manager of Bayer Leverkusen after Christoph Daum was released. He only spent 4 games in charge before Leverkusen hired Berti Vogts as permanent manager...


    AS ROMA (2004)
    Games: 4
    Record: 1-1-2
    Home Record: 1-1-0
    Away Record: 0-0-2
    Winning Percentage: 25%
    Total Points: 4
    Average Points Per Game: 1.00

    Following his resignation from the German national job, Völler briefly made a comeback at A.S. Roma in 2004, this time as manager. Hired in late August as a last-minute appointment after the shock resignations of Cesare Prandelli, he left the club only one month later after a series of poor results and high-profile disagreements with players, notably Antonio Cassano...


    BAYER LEVERKUSEN (2005)
    Games: 4
    Record: 2-1-1
    Home Record: 1-1-0
    Away Record: 1-0-1
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 7
    Average Points Per Game: 1.75

    Moving back to the support ranks at Bayer Leverkusen, Völler was named caretaker manager of Bayer Leverkusen on September 16, 2005 after the club sacked manager Klaus Augenthaler. Völler served in that role until Michael Skibbe was named as the club's new permanent manager that October...


    CURRENT SEASON - BAYER LEVERKUSEN DIRECTOR OF SPORT


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 12
    Record: 6-3-3
    Home Record: 4-2-0
    Away Record: 2-1-3
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 21
    Average Points Per Game: 1.75
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 66.50

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    VÍCTOR MUÑOZ CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    MALLORCA (1995-1997)
    Games: 76
    Record: 40-19-17
    Home Record: 21-12-5
    Away Record: 19-7-12
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 139
    Average Points Per Game: 1.83

    Muñoz made his debut as a manager in Mallorca of the Segunda Divsion. He just missed out on Primera Division promotion in both seasons at Mallorca, losing to Rayo Vallecano both years in the Promotion Play-Off...


    LOGROÑÉS (1997-1998)
    Games: 42
    Record: 10-16-16
    Home Record: 6-7-8
    Away Record: 4-9-8
    Winning Percentage: 24%
    Total Points: 46
    Average Points Per Game: 1.10

    Muñoz moved on to manage Logroñés, another Segunda side, but failed to make any real impression and left after only one season...


    UE LLEIDA (1998-2000)
    Games: 84
    Record: 33-23-28
    Home Record: 22-9-11
    Away Record: 11-14-17
    Winning Percentage: 39%
    Total Points: 122
    Average Points Per Game: 1.45

    It was Muñoz's two seasons at Lleida that began to catch the eye of the bigger clubs. He enjoyed more success than at Logroñés, even finishing in the top half of the Segunda table and getting recognized by Villareal...


    VILLAREAL (2000-2002)
    Games: 77
    Record: 27-20-30
    Home Record: 18-13-8
    Away Record: 9-7-22
    Winning Percentage: 35%
    Total Points: 101
    Average Points Per Game: 1.31

    After a decent first season with Villareal, Muñoz followed up with a terrible second season, finishing in 15th place. At the start of the 2002/03 season, Muñoz was sacked after only 1 league match...


    REAL ZARAGOZA (2004-2006)
    Games: 94
    Record: 32-28-34
    Home Record: 22-12-14
    Away Record: 10-16-20
    Winning Percentage: 34%
    Total Points: 124
    Average Points Per Game: 1.32

    After his dismissal from Villareal, Muñoz was picked up halfway through the 2003/04 season by Real Zaragoza. It was during this half season that Muñoz would win his first piece of silverware as a manager. Muñoz incredibly defeated Real Madrid 3-2 in extra time to claim the 2004 Copa del Rey. Things looked very promising for Real Zaragoza at the beginning of the 2004/05 when Muñoz claimed another trophy, defeating Valencia 3-2 on aggregate in the Spanish Supercopa. Unfortunately, that was the highest success Muñoz was able to achieve at Real Zaragoza and was dismissed at the end of the 2005/06 after mediocre league finishes...


    PANATHINAIKOS (2006-2007)
    Games: 24
    Record: 12-5-7
    Home Record: 6-2-4
    Away Record: 6-3-3
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 41
    Average Points Per Game: 1.71

    On October 8, 2006, Muñoz signed a two-year contract with Greece's Panathinaikos FC, becoming the 18th coach in 10 years for The Greens. However, he returned to Spain in June 2007 to take over at Recreativo de Huelva after only 24 matches with the Greek side...


    RECREATIVO (2007-2008)
    Games: 22
    Record: 5-7-10
    Home Record: 3-4-4
    Away Record: 2-3-6
    Winning Percentage: 23%
    Total Points: 22
    Average Points Per Game: 1.00

    Muñoz only managed 5 wins from his first 22 matches at Recreativo and was sacked in February after only accumulating 22 points...


    GETAFE CF (2008-2009)
    Games: 33
    Record: 8-10-15
    Home Record: 5-4-8
    Away Record: 3-6-7
    Winning Percentage: 24%
    Total Points: 34
    Average Points Per Game: 1.03

    For 2008–09, Muñoz was appointed coach at Getafe CF, on June 18, 2008. Following a poor string of results in April 2009, he was sacked, making way to former Real Madrid player Míchel...


    CURRENT SEASON: UNEMPLOYED


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 452
    Record: 167-128-147
    Home Record: 103-63-62
    Away Record: 64-65-95
    Winning Percentage: 37%
    Total Points: 629
    Average Points Per Game: 1.39
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 52.82

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    Damn I though Rudi Voller had actually more than 10 games as manager

    Thanks Vito Really interested on Markarian who's next(and last of my list )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko View Post
    Damn I though Rudi Voller had actually more than 10 games as manager

    Thanks Vito Really interested on Markarian who's next(and last of my list )

    He did....12! Lol he was also the Germany National Team Manager for 4 years...

    Markarian is the toughest one...it is hard to find stats from the Paraguayan League...

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    How about Uruguayan?
    I think he had 26 wins and 1 loss in his second Panathinaikos string(which is still discussed as the most disgraceful game in the recent history of Greek football, as Olympiakos fans terrorised the PAO players inside and outside the field, and also there are rumours that there were guards beating the players and coach in the changing rooms, as well as gas bombs that temporarily paralysed some muscles or whatever. Also, the ref was attrocious and favoured Olympiakos at least 95-5) Olympiakos needed a win with 2 goals or more to win the league, or else PAO would win it. With that said, Sergio Markarian would have had 27 wins in 27 games that season, if the league was just....

    For those that don't believe me:

    http://rapidshare.com/files/28304647...li_pregame.rar

    http://rapidshare.com/files/28306363..._3-0.part1.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/28307560..._3-0.part2.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/28312385..._3-0.part3.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/28313434..._3-0.part4.rar

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    BERND SCHUSTER CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    FORTUNA KÖLN (1997-1998)
    Games: 34
    Record: 11-13-10
    Home Record: 6-6-5
    Away Record: 5-7-5
    Winning Percentage: 32%
    Total Points: 46
    Average Points Per Game: 1.35

    After his retirement as a player in 1997, Schuster successfully managed a small club in Cologne, SC Fortuna Köln in 2. Fußball-Bundesliga...


    FC KÖLN (1998-1999)
    Games: 34
    Record: 12-9-13
    Home Record: 8-3-6
    Away Record: 4-6-7
    Winning Percentage: 35%
    Total Points: 45
    Average Points Per Game: 1.32

    Following SC Fortuna Köln, Schuster managed his former club FC Köln, also in the 2. Fußball-Bundesliga, but was unable to get the club promoted and so left. In 2000, he applied for the manager job at Scottish club Dundee FC but the Dundee chairman rejected his application...


    XEREZ CD (2001-2003)
    Games: 84
    Record: 36-22-26
    Home Record: 23-10-9
    Away Record: 13-12-17
    Winning Percentage: 43%
    Total Points: 130
    Average Points Per Game: 1.55

    In 2001, Schuster received an offer from the small club Xerez CD in Southern Spain and he managed the team, very successfully, for two seasons; the best two seasons in the history of the club. However, he could not promote the team to Primera Division...


    SHAKHTAR DONETSK (2003-2004)
    Games: 27
    Record: 19-4-4
    Home Record: 10-2-1
    Away Record: 9-2-3
    Winning Percentage: 70%
    Total Points: 61
    Average Points Per Game: 2.26

    Upon receiving no good offers from Spain, Schuster accepted a deal to coach the Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk where he established a club record number of consecutive victories. However, the team did not win the championship and did not reach the final round of the Champions League with a loss against Lokomotiv Moscow. Schuster was fired one week before his team played and won the Ukrainian Cup in 2004...


    LEVANTE (2004-2005)
    Games: 33
    Record: 9-8-16
    Home Record: 6-4-6
    Away Record: 3-4-10
    Winning Percentage: 27%
    Total Points: 35
    Average Points Per Game: 1.06

    Schuster went back to Spain in summer 2004 to coach Levante UD and made a good start with the small club from Valencia. The president fired him with a 5-point advantage over the relegation places just five games from the end of the season. Levante could not win a game and fell to Segunda División (Spanish second division) again...


    GETAFE (2005-2007)
    Games: 76
    Record: 29-19-28
    Home Record: 17-14-7
    Away Record: 12-5-21
    Winning Percentage: 38%
    Total Points: 106
    Average Points Per Game: 1.39

    In summer 2005, Getafe CF, a small side from Madrid, had their best season in team history under Schuster. He coached Getafe in their second successful season under his guidance finsihing in 9th place both times. Getafe had also secured entry to the 2007-08 UEFA Cup as a result of reaching the final of the Copa del Rey after overcoming a 5-2 first leg defeat against Barcelona, beating them 4-0 in the second leg...


    REAL MADRID (2007-2008)
    Games: 52
    Record: 35-6-11
    Home Record: 22-1-3
    Away Record: 13-5-8
    Winning Percentage: 67%
    Total Points: 111
    Average Points Per Game: 2.13

    Schuster was then appointed manager of Real Madrid on July 9, 2007. He was required to buy-out his existing contract with Getafe for €480,000, which he paid for out of his own pocket. He made a successful start with Real taking them to top of the La Liga standings. As manager, beautiful football returned again to the Santiago Bernabeu stadium with Real Madrid having the strongest offence, not beaten at home from the start of the league and defeating their arch rival Barcelona at the Camp Nou, increasing their lead to seven points between them. The team also qualified to the second round of the UEFA Champions League leading their group which also contained Olympiacos, Werder Bremen and S.S. Lazio. He improved Real Madrid's style of play significantly. He managed to switch from the unattractive defensive football during the reign of Fabio Capello to fast paced, attacking football. After losing 2-1 to AS Roma in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League which meant the elimination of Real Madrid, many doubted that Schuster would continue to be Madrid's coach, but the club denied such allegations. On May 4, 2008, Schuster guided Real Madrid to their 31st title with 3 games to spare. On May 18, 2008, Schuster's Real Madrid achieved the highest point total, 85 points, a record that was set by rivals Barcelona. He then went on to win the 2008 Spanish Super Cup. On December 9, 2008 Schuster stepped down as manager after a 4-3 defeat to Sevilla FC, and spoke out publicly about his team standing no chance of beating Barcelona in the El Clásico derby match. He was replaced by Juande Ramos, former Sevilla FC and Tottenham Hotspur coach...


    BEŞIKTAŞ (2010-2011)
    Games: 25
    Record: 10-6-9
    Home Record: 5-4-4
    Away Record: 5-2-5
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 36
    Average Points Per Game: 1.44

    On June 10, 2010, Turkish club Beşiktaş announced that Schuster had agreed to become the club's new manager on a two-year contract. Schuster resigned on March 15, 2011 from Beşiktaş after bad results, having frequent confrontations with the media, making controversial statements and walking out of press conferences. He was severely criticized by Turkish media pundits for trying to implement a reckless attacking style of play...


    LAST SEASON - BEŞIKTAŞ (2010-2011)
    Games: 25
    Record: 10-6-9
    Home Record: 5-4-4
    Away Record: 5-2-5
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 36
    Average Points Per Game: 1.44


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 365
    Record: 161-87-117
    Home Record: 97-44-41
    Away Record: 64-43-76
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 570
    Average Points Per Game: 1.56
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 59.28
    Last edited by vitomins; 13 Jun 11 at 17:44.

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    No Markarian yet?

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    BERND SCHUSTER CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD
    Thank you, very much. I appreciate it!!

    This thread is very interesting, and I like it, really fun to see statistics between some of best coaches in world =) .. keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko View Post
    No Markarian yet?

    I am unable to find reliable data of the Paraguyan league, so I do not want to put together his file until I find it. Sorry

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    Juande Ramos please.

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    JUANDE RAMOS CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    CD ALCOYANO (1992-1994)
    Games: 76
    Record: 24-26-26
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 32%
    Total Points: 98
    Average Points Per Game: 1.29

    In 1992, Ramos jumped down to the Segunda B Division to take charge of Alcoyano, his first job as head manager. He had two average seasons with the club before being picked up by Levante UD...


    LEVANTE UD (1994-1995)
    Games: 38
    Record: 22-10-6
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 76
    Average Points Per Game: 2.00

    In his one season with Levante, Ramos managed to win his Segunda B Division group, but failed to gain promotion to the Segunda Division in the play-off. This successful season caught the eye of CD Logroñés, and Ramos was put in charge of the Segunda Division team...


    CD LOGROÑÉS (1995-1996)
    Games: 38
    Record: 20-9-9
    Home Record: 12-7-0
    Away Record: 8-2-9
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 69
    Average Points Per Game: 1.82

    Ramos continued his success at Logroñés and finished second place in the Segunda Division table, gaining automatic promotion to the Primera Divsion. This success was finally noticed by the bigger clubs, and Barcelona offered him the job of the Barcelona B team in the Segunda Division. Ramos took the job hoping to make more of a name for himself by joining a big name club like Barcelona...


    BARCELONA B (1996-1997)
    Games: 38
    Record: 7-13-18
    Home Record: 4-7-8
    Away Record: 3-6-10
    Winning Percentage: 18%
    Total Points: 34
    Average Points Per Game: 0.89

    Unfortunately, success from the prior seasons did not carry over to the Barcelona B team and Ramos had the worst season of his coaching career. Only managing 7 wins from 38 games, Barcelona B was relegated to the Segunda B Division and Ramos was sacked...


    UE LLEIDA (1997-1998)
    Games: 42
    Record: 18-9-15
    Home Record: 13-3-5
    Away Record: 5-6-10
    Winning Percentage: 43%
    Total Points: 63
    Average Points Per Game: 1.50

    After the debocle in Barcelona, Ramos continued in the Segunda Division with UE Lleida. He had a successful season with the club, just missing out on a chance to gain promotion to the Primera Divsion, by finishing 5th. At the end of the season, he recieved a call from another Segunda Division team, Rayo Vallecano, and decided to leave Lleida...


    RAYO VALLECANO (1998-2001)
    Games: 118
    Record: 44-34-40
    Home Record: 27-15-17
    Away Record: 17-19-23
    Winning Percentage: 37%
    Total Points: 166
    Average Points Per Game: 1.41

    Ramos spent 3 successful seasons at the small Madrid club. He won promotion to the Primera Divsion in his first season, and followed that up with 2 mid-table finishes in La Liga. The 2000/01 season was Rayo Vallecano's highest finish in the Primera Divsion and also the season where Ramos guided Vallecano to the UEFA Cup Quarterfinals. Defeating FC Lokomotiv Moscow and Bordeaux easily in the process...


    REAL BETIS (2001-2002)
    Games: 38
    Record: 15-14-9
    Home Record: 11-5-3
    Away Record: 4-9-6
    Winning Percentage: 39%
    Total Points: 59
    Average Points Per Game: 1.55

    Ramos left Rayo Vallecano to join newly promoted Real Betis, also in the Primera Division. He had a successful run with the club and led them to a 6th place finish, qualifying for the UEFA Cup. He only spent one season at Betis and joined Espanyol in the Summer of 2002...


    RCD ESPANYOL (2002)
    Games: 5
    Record: 0-1-4
    Home Record: 0-1-1
    Away Record: 0-0-3
    Winning Percentage: 0%
    Total Points: 1
    Average Points Per Game: 0.20

    Ramos only lasted 5 league matches at Espanyol and was sacked after losing 4 out of the 5...


    MÁLAGA CF (2003-2004)
    Games: 38
    Record: 15-6-17
    Home Record: 10-4-5
    Away Record: 5-2-12
    Winning Percentage: 39%
    Total Points: 51
    Average Points Per Game: 1.34

    Ramos enjoyed a successful one year stint at Málaga but left at the end of the season after a 10th place finish. He decided to take a year of from coaching after Málaga before joining Sevilla in 2005...


    SEVILLA FC (2005-2007)
    Games: 83
    Record: 44-16-23
    Home Record: 29-7-6
    Away Record: 15-9-17
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 148
    Average Points Per Game: 1.78

    During his first season with Sevilla, he won the UEFA Cup in the final against Middlesbrough, where his side won 4–0. He also won the UEFA Super Cup, beating European champions and fellow La Liga side FC Barcelona 3–0. In the 2006–07 season, Ramos won the UEFA Cup for the second consecutive season after a 2–2 draw against RCD Espanyol, which Sevilla won 3–1 on penalties. Ramos also led Sevilla to a 3rd place finish in La Liga in the 2006–07 season, which qualified them for the European Champions League for the 2007–08 season. He also won the Copa del Rey, beating Getafe CF and pipped La Liga title holders Real Madrid to the Spanish Super Cup. Ramos claimed he turned down a "dizzying" offer to become Tottenham Hotspur manager in August 2007, but ended speculation on his future at Sevilla, by stating in September 2007 that he would stay with the club until the end of the season. However, following Tottenham manager Martin Jol's sacking on October 25, 2007, Ramos was again tipped to become his replacement. Ramos resigned as coach of Sevilla on October 26, 2007 and became Tottenham Hotspur manager the following day on a four-year deal, which was reportedly worth over 6 million Euros a year, making him one of the highest paid managers in the Premier League...


    TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (2007-2008)
    Games: 37
    Record: 10-11-15
    Home Record: 7-5-7
    Away Record: 3-6-8
    Winning Percentage: 27%
    Total Points: 41
    Average Points Per Game: 1.11

    Ramos inherited a Tottenham side falling well short of expectations as their poor defending meant they were in the relegation zone when Ramos arrived. His first game in charge of Tottenham was a 2–0 win against Blackpool in the League Cup at White Hart Lane. Tottenham's form under Ramos notably improved, and the side soon climbed up to the safety of mid-table in the Premier League, but Ramos' most notable accomplishments were in the cup competitions. Tottenham's UEFA Cup campaign had begun badly, with Spurs losing 2–1 at home to Getafe in the first match of the group stages, a game which proved to be former manager Martin Jol's last game in charge. However, a 2–0 win over Hapoel Tel Aviv and a comeback from 2–0 down to win 3–2 against Aalborg BK, meant that Tottenham's 1–1 draw away to Anderlecht was enough to secure second place in the group, and qualification to the knock-out stages. Spurs defeated Slavia Prague and won 1–0 against PSV Eindhoven at the Philips Stadion, but were beaten on penalties. On December 18, 2007, Spurs travelled to the City of Manchester Stadium for their League Cup quarter-final against a Manchester City who up until that point had won every home game of the season, but despite playing with 10 men for more than 70 minutes, Ramos still masterminded a 2–0 victory for Tottenham. This set up a semi-final with North London rivals Arsenal. The first leg at the Emirates Stadium ended with a 1–1 draw, but the return leg at White Hart Lane saw Tottenham emphatically win 5–1. It was Tottenham's first win in the North London derby since 1999, and the biggest win for either side in the derby since 1983. It also meant Tottenham made their first appearance at the newly rebuilt Wembley Stadium against Chelsea in their first cup final since 2002. Spurs started the game at a high tempo, but fell behind to a free-kick from Didier Drogba. However a second half penalty from Dimitar Berbatov took the game to extra time, where Jonathan Woodgate scored the winner to give Spurs both their first trophy since 1999 and qualification for the 2008–09 UEFA Cup. After a promising pre-season, the 2008–09 season saw Ramos lead Tottenham to their worst ever start to a league campaign, with the team placed bottom of the table after acquiring just two points from their opening eight matches. This eventually led to Ramos being sacked on October 25, along with assistant manager Gus Poyet, first team coach Marcos Álvarez, and club sporting director Damien Comolli‎, less than 24 hours before the club's next league game with Bolton Wanderers. Harry Redknapp was announced as Ramos' immediate replacement. Tottenham went on to defeat Bolton 2–0 and register their first league win of the season...


    REAL MADRID (2008-2009)
    Games: 24
    Record: 17-1-6
    Home Record: 9-1-2
    Away Record: 8-0-4
    Winning Percentage: 71%
    Total Points: 52
    Average Points Per Game: 2.17

    On December 9, 2008 Ramos replaced Bernd Schuster, who left Madrid by mutual accord, as manager of Real Madrid taking over immediately before their UEFA Champions League match against Zenit St. Petersburg and the El Clásico derby match against FC Barcelona. He managed to bring his team back to the race for the Championship after getting 49 points out of 51 possible in 17 consecutive games. However, after losing to Barcelona 2-6 at Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid were defeated in 4 consecutive matches, ending 9 points behind their rivals Barcelona. His contract ended at the conclusion of the 2008–09 La Liga. He was replaced by Manuel Pellegrini in June 2009...


    CSKA MOSCOW (2009)
    Games: 6
    Record: 3-1-2
    Home Record: 3-0-1
    Away Record: 0-1-1
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 10
    Average Points Per Game: 1.67

    On September 10, 2009, the former Real Madrid coach signed for PFC CSKA Moscow until December 2009, replacing Zico. “I have come here to help the team in the Champions League. Our target is to advance from the group stage” – Ramos told Russian media sources. On October 26, 2009, after just 47 days in charge, Ramos was relieved of his position at CSKA by mutual consent after a 3-1 defeat at Luzhniki by Russian Premier League rivals FC Moscow a day earlier. This sacking came exactly two years after his appointment at Tottenham and 1 year and 1 day since his departure from White Hart Lane. Krylya Sovetov coach Leonid Slutsky has been appointed as Ramos' replacement, whilst legendary Russian defender Viktor Onopko has been appointed as Slutsky's assistant...


    DNIPRO DNIPROPETROVSK (2010-Present)
    Games: 18
    Record: 9-7-2
    Home Record: 5-3-1
    Away Record: 4-4-1
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 34
    Average Points Per Game: 1.89

    On October 1, 2010, Ramos became the manager of Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, having signed a contract for four years...


    LAST SEASON - DNIPRO DNIPROPETROVSK (2010-2011)
    Games: 18
    Record: 9-7-2
    Home Record: 5-3-1
    Away Record: 4-4-1
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 34
    Average Points Per Game: 1.89


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 599
    Record: 249-158-192
    Home Record: 131-58-56
    Away Record: 72-64-104
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 905
    Average Points Per Game: 1.51
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 57.38
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