Successful Coaches in the FIFA World Cup Who Never Played Football!

FIFA World Cup 2010, South Africa is forthcoming. Football admirers all around the globe are undoubtedly looking forward to a huge event that just comes about once in every 4 years. The first event that would happen in Africa is FIFA World cup. The continent would play the host for the world cup as well as would take the center stage for about a month. So would all 32 teams who would be playing against each other to triumph the tournament as well as state themselves the leader of world of soccer.

The duration of a football game is 90 minutes however never begins or finishes there. The arrangements takes lot of months and creating a good, working and efficient team does not just depend on the players but also on a coach who manages the team.

32 countries are taking part in the footballs greatest event known as “World Cup” and they will end up in South Africa after a lot of qualification games which they played to eradicate the other teams to attain the finals. Every nation made their top effort to arrive to South Africa plus while starting a campaign for the qualifications, they select the best coach who will stand out among others. If you gaze at the record of coaches attending the event this time around, there is an unusual power of ex football performers who are currently heading the teams. 30 coaches among 32 teams have in fact played qualified football in their day.

There are certainly more well-known ones such as Diego Maradona, Argentinian coach, or the Brazilian, Carlos Dunga. Though, there are two coaches who have been coaches and not the past players. Namely, the US coach Bob Bradley and the Brazilian Carlos Alberto Parreira, coaching the hosts South Africa. Bob Bradley has been coaching soccer ever since 1981, about 30 years.

In 2009, Bradley lead the U.S. team to 2nd place finish in 2009 Confederations Cup, comprising a 2-0 victory against the best team in the world as well as European champions Spain, finishing their 35 game winning streak as well as 15 game appealing streak.

The next coach who is not a past football player is Alberto Parreira. He began his coaching career at 24. He managed a lot of teams ever since and in fact took part in five World Cups up to now. He coached Kuwait in 1982, 2 games were lost and one being drawn 1-1 with Czechoslovakia. He was heading UAE, 1990 and lost all the 3 games. After 4 years, he was holding the world cup arrogantly with Brazil. The world Cup last year in 2006, he was heading Brazil, however cannot put its score to the competition.

At present, Parreira is heading South African team who are also hosting this year’s world cup. They are playing superbly. Both Bradley and Parreira never played soccer efficiently however both are triumphant coaches and have remarkable careers and hold a lot of expectations. We would see as well as follow both of them to discover their performance against the coaches who are all former football players.