Sir Alex Ferguson has been named as the second best football manager of all time, by well-respected magazine France Football.
The French publication have run the rule over great coaches to grace the game over the years and listed their top 50, with Ajax legend Rinus Michels pipping Ferguson to top spot.
Man City boss Pep Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti made the top 10, while Rafa Benitez and Marcelo Bielsa, manager of Sky Bet Championship outfit Leeds, have also been included.
Brian Clough is the highest-placed Englishman at number 15, with Herbert Chapman and Bobby Robson also named.
On their criteria, France Football wrote earlier this year:
'What is a great coach? How to compare two major technicians to sometimes more than half a century of distance? And, in the end, what is the best of them, all times combined? In order to make its choice and establish its Top 50, France Football has chosen three main criteria - the club winners, the trace and the legacy left on the game, the personality - to which is added, implicitly, a fourth: the duration and the impact of the career.'
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