Introduction






The Manager Evaluation Result

The Greatest Football Managers of All-Time

The main procedure of managerial performance evaluation.

1)     Identity and classify performance by season/tournament for each competition level, considering based on gap of development.
2)     Systematic calculation for basic performance evaluation.
3)     Bonus calculation by seven factors
4)     Conditional Margin calculation.
5)     Ranking system and review for abnormal issue.

Remark * The point of club part in the main scorecard is a mutual dependent value to international country due to mutual sequence calculation. It cannot compare directly.   

Bonus Definition

TR : Trophy : Number of Trophy based on competition standard and level include (double/triple status)
HT : History : 1) Historical impact to his club/nation give to one of the most remarkable figures                                                 2) Tactical invent and development
RC : Record :  The statistical record achievement
CN : Continuity of Higher Performance
AD : Adaptability : Consider managers who achieve world-class in several teams
TM : Time to Success  : The shorter time to success, the higher point of bonus
FD : Foundation  :  
        1) Players skill development
        2)  Significantly Impact on achievement of the team in the next era

Conditional Margin Definition 


H1 : Independent Highest Performance : Combination of highest performance score in each competition level 
H2 : Club Mutual Highest Performance : Highest overall seasonal performance
L : Lower performance  : The amount of National Level and Regional Level



The Greatest Domestic Managers of All-Time




























The Greatest International Club Managers of All-Time
















The Greatest International Country Managers of All-Time





















The Greatest Domestic League Seasonal Managers of All-Time

1.     Bryan Clough : 1978 English First Division (Nottingham Forest)
2.     Otto Rehhagel : 1998 Bundesliga (Kaisersalutern)
3.     Don Revie : 1965 English First Division (Leeds United)
4.     Alf Ramsey : 1962 English First Division (Ipswich Town)
5.     Jose Mourinho : 2005 English Premier League (Chelsea)
6.     Giovanni Trapattoni : 1989 Italian Series A (Inter Milan)
7.     Arsene Wenger : 2002 English Premier League (Arsenal)
8.     Joseph Guardiola : 2010 Spanish La Liga (Barcelona

The Greatest Domestic Seasonal Managers of All-Time

1.     Arsene Wenger : 2002 Arsenal, Premier League (1st, SW ), FA Cup (1st , SW)
2.     Joseph Guardiola : 2011 Barcelona, Spanish La Liga (1st, SW), Copa Del Ret (2nd ,SW)
3.     Jupp Heynckes : 2013 Bayern Munich, Bundesliga (1st, SW), DFB=Pokal (1st, SW)
4.     Helenio Herrera : 1959 Barcelona, Spanish La Liga (1st, SW), Copa Del Rey (1st, SW)
5.     Joseph Guardiola : 2014 Bayern Munich, Bundesliga (1st, SW), DFB=Pokal (1st, SW)
6.     Alex Ferguson : 2007 Man Utd, Premier League (1st, SW), FA Cup (2nd, OW)
7.     Marcelo Lippi : 1995 Juventus, Italian Series A (1st, SW),, Coppa Italia (1st, OW)
8.     Ottmar Hitzfeld : 1999 Bayern Munich, Bundesliga (1st, SW), DFB-Pokal (1st, OW)
9.     Rinus Michels: 1970 Ajax Amsterdam, Erdivisie (1st, SW), KNVB Cup (1st, OW)
10.  Don Revie : 1965 Leeds United, Premier League (2nd, SW), FA Cup (2nd, OW)

The Greatest Int.Club Seasonal Managers of All-Time

1. Jose Mourinho : 2005 Porto, UEFA Champion League
2. Joseph Guardiola : 2011 Barcelona, UEFA Champion League
3. Helenio Herrera : 1964 Inter Milan, European Cup
4. Luis Enrique : 2015 Barcelona, UEFA Champion League
5. Fabio Capello : 1994 AC Milan , UEFA Champion League

The Greatest Club Seasonal Managers of All-Time

1. Jospeh Guardiola 93 Point : 2011 Barcelona (League 1st-SW, Cup 2nd-SW, Int.Club 1st-SW)
2. Jupp Heynckes 92.5 Point : 2013 Bayern Munich (League 1st-SW, Cup 1st-SW, Int.Club 1st-SW)
3. Alex Ferguson 89 Point 2008 : Man Utd (League 1st-SW, Cup 2nd-OW, Int.Club 1st-SW)
3. Ottmar Hitzfeld 89 Point : 1999 : Bayern Munich (League 1st-SW, Cup 2nd-OW, Int.Club 2nd-OW)
4. Alex Ferguson 87.6 Point 1999 : Man Utd (League 1st-OW, Cup 1st-OW, Int.Club 1st-SW)
5. Luis Enrique 87.6 Point : 2015 Bayern Munich (League 1st-OW, Cup 1st-OW, Int.Club 1st-SW)
6. Helenio Herrera 87.6 Point : 1965  Inter Milan (League 1st-SW, Cup 2nd-SI, Int.Club 1st-OW)

The Greatest Int. Country Tournament Managers of All-Time

1. Otto Rehhagel : 2004, Greece, UEFA Euro 
2. Mario Zagallo : 1970, Brazil, World Cup
3. Rinus Michels : 1988, Holland, UEFA Euro
4. Franz Beckenbauer : 1990, West Germany, World Cup
5. Carlos Alberto Parreira : 1994, Brazil, World Cup




World’s Manager of The Year


1954 : Sepp Herberger
1955 : Jose Villalonga
1956 : Jose Villalonga
1957 : Mat Busby
1958 : Luis Carniglia
1959 : Helenio Herrera
1960 : Albert Batteux
1961 : Roberto Scarone
1962 : Alf Ramsey
1963 : Luis Alfonso Perez
1964 : Don Revie
1965 : Helenio Herrera
1966 : Alf Ramsey
1967 : Jock Stein
1968 : Osvaldo Zubeldia
1969 : Nereo Rocco
1970 : Mario Zagallo
1971 : Rinus Michels
1972 : Bryan Clough
1973 : Nereo Rocco
1974 : Rinus Michels
1975 : Johannes Weiseiller
1976 : Robert Herbin
1977 : Bob Paisley
1978 : Bryan Clough
1979 : Bryan Clough
1981 : Bobby Robson
1982 : Enzo Bearzot
1983 : Ernst Happel
1984 : Joe Fagan
1985 : Ferenc Kovacs
1986 : Emerich Jenei
1987 : Udo Lattek
1988 : Rinus Michels
1989 : Angel Iordanescu
1990 : Arrigo Sacchi
1991 : Ljupko Petrovic
1992 : Richard Moller Nielsen
1993 : Fabio Capello
1994 : Fabio Capello
1995 : Louis Van Gaal
1996 : Marcelo Lippi
1997 : Mario Zagallo
1998 : Marcelo Lippi
1999 : Alex Ferguson
2000 : Hector Cupre
2001 : Ottmar Hitzfeld
2002 : Klaus Topmoller
2003 : Alex Ferguson
2004 : Otto Rehagel
2005 : Jose Mourinho
2006 : Marcelo Lippi
2007 : Alex Ferguson
2008 : Alex Ferguson
2009 : Joseph Guardiola
2010 : Jose Mourinho
2011 : Joseph Guardiola
2012 : Bixente Del Bosque
2013 : Jupp Heynckes
2014 : Carlo Ancelotti
2015 : Luis Enrique

By Nation

Italy : 10
England : 8
Scotland : 7
Germany : 6
Spain : 6
Argentina : 5
Holland : 4
Brazil : 3
France : 2
Romania : 2
Portugal : 2 
Austria : 1
Hungary : 1
Yugoslavia : 1

The Player Evaluation Result

The scorecards is an evaluation result of the five-month systematic implementation project as specified in methodology. This result is the last update version of Positional Hall of Fame (Major Hall). The main procedures of implementation is specified as following ;

  1. Referenced/Determine Rating of player by competition and by season or tournament.
  2. Input the raw rating data into calculation system
  3. Calculate participation amount and loss ratio
  4. Determine the primary proportion of competition levels based on actual participation
  5. Final adjustment of proportion
  6. Calculate Bonus and Conditional Margin
  7. Review/Revise the evaluation result

However, the raw rating has never been completely available and surmise based on involved evidences is permitted. Here shows only final result since the database of calculation is too large and if anyone would like to check the database of calculation by competition level and by player, please contact me. The new evidence or support article is always welcome.

*Update for-1st half of the 2016 -2017 season

I : Striker




                                                     
                                                                         II : Forward





III : Offensive Midfielder




IV : Central Midfielder




V : Offensive Lateral




VI : Defender




VII : Goalkeeper





Statistics

The Most Competitive Position (Average Total Score)
  1. Forward : 78.6
  2. Offensive Midfielder : 77.9
  3. Central Midfielder : 76.4
  4. Defender : 76.4
  5. Offensive Lateral : 75.2
  6. Striker : 74.7
  7. Goalkeeper : 74.7
The highest Rate by Total Score : Pele : 95.6
The Lowest Rate by Total Score : Jan Tomaszewski : 68.4



INDEX : Historical Bonus Status of players

                   John Charles : He is one of few players in history to achieve world-class in both defender and striker role. He also had a great exceptional characteristic to influence his teammate.
                  Just Fontaine : He is the first African born player to achieve in international football with a phenomenon goal record in a single world cup.
                  Isidro Langara : The Spanish civil war largely interrupt his career for 3 years but he made a great return in another continent, South Americas.
                  Fritz Walter : He greatly returned from the World War II. From almost zero state, he notably led West Germany to acquire World Cup trophy.
                  Eric Cantona : He is known as a key player to turn history of Man Utd. The arrival of him salvage Alex Ferguson from a risk state to be sacked.
                  Bobby Charlton : Charlton was suffered from Munich Disaster in both physical and mental but he made a great come back and led Man Utd to win the biggest European trophy and also World Cup.
                  Valentino Mazzola : He was an pioneer of all-round midfielder in Europe.
                  Jose Leandro Andrade : He is a prototype of technical defensive player. He lost an eye but still managed to win the world cup.       
                  Stanley Matthews : He came back from the World War II and sustained his consistency and longevity phenomenally.
                 Billy Meredith : He was a pioneer of spectacular dribbler.
                 Milos Milutinovic : He had a long problem of lung and got surgery but still came back to achieve some good seasons.
                 David Beckham : His iconic personality much contributed to worldwide football popularity.
                 Obdulio Varela : His great leadership to activate Uruguayan players was a main reason of Uruguay's 1950 World Cup winner.
                 Bobby Moore : Moore is one of most iconic players ever for his great impact to his team.
                 Paul Janes : He was a prototype of world-class technical full-back in Europe. He also made a good return from WW II. The Paul Janes stadion is named for his honor.
                Ricardo Zamora : The Zamora trophy is named for his honor.
                Amadeo Carrizo : A pioneer of acrobatic keeping-sweeping style of play.
                Gyula Grosics : A pioneer of keeping-sweeping style of play.
                Jan Tomaszewski : His phenomenon contribution on Polish national team football history.


Statistics 

By Decades
By Nations
00s - 20s
18.5
Brazil
41
Uruguay
13
Wales
5
1930s
25
Germany
41
Soviet Union
10
Denmark
4
1940s
26
Italy
37
Scotland
10
Peru
4
1950s
57
Argentina
32
Austria
9
Paraguay
2
1960s
55.5
England
25
Czechoslovakia
7
Romania
2
1970s
54.5
Holland
20
Sweden
7
Chile
2
1980s
51
Spain
18
Ireland
7
Bulgaria
2
1990s
43.5
Hungary
17
Portugal
6
Wales
2
00s - 10s 
36.5
France
16
Poland
6
Mexico
1
Yugoslavia
14
Belgium
5
Ecuador
1
Liberia/Cameroon
1

By Continents : Europe 267 , Americas 96, Africa 2


* There are 365 player's profiles within the Great Hall of Immortals

* Statistics includes honorable mentions and exclude Manager.
* None of Asian and North African players could make the lists.



Honorable Mentions
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The honorable mentions is available in every position. They are named below top 50 players in a basic performance rating but they're considered to ever achieve world-class performance and was circumstantial effected to major disappearances of the career. 

Note that Honorable Mention is limited at three players for each position.

This is the honorable mention by position.


GK : Bert Truatmann : Never played in national team part
GK : Frank Swift  : World War II effect his legend status during his prime career .
GK : Sam Hardy  : World Wat I effct his legend status and there was few international matches in his era.
DF : Renzo De Vecchi : The best defender in amateur era but limited circumstance prevent him to the success.
DF : Branko Zebec : Played as DF in the late career and reached world-class
CM : Duncan Edwards : Passed Away since his early career
AM : Dragan Stojkovic  : Got injury and played only full 4 seasons in Europe.
WG : Patsy Gallagher : One of the best wingers in the 1910s but had no opportunity enough internationally.
FW : Eduard Streltsov : He disappeared the majority part of career due to be detained in the prison.
FW : Grigory Fedotov  Never played in international part
FW : Istvan Nyers  Caps just twice games due to playing aboard.
STK : Alfred Schaffer : A Leading Strikers who was too limited opportunity in international game in the era
STK : Ernst Willimowski Top-Class Players whose his career was effected by World War II  
STK : Paolo Rossi : Got injury and disappear for a big part of club career
STK : Tommy Lawton : World War II effect his legend status since his early career.