Los seleccionadores campeones de Europa

Entrenadores que conquistaron el viejo continente

El alemán Otto Rehhagel celebra en Atenas la Eurocopa de Portugal en 2004

En esta secuencia que estamos haciendo en MuchoMundial con respecto a los equipos y jugadores que inscribieron su nombre en los grandes torneos de selecciones todavía no habíamos abierto el capítulo de los entrenadores.

En el artículo podemos observar aquellos jefes del vestuario que dirigieron a sus pupilos a la conquista de Europa. En dicha tabla sólo encontraremos un seleccionador no nacido en la nación a la que entrenaba, Otto Rehhagel, quien fue el principal artífice de la hazaña griega en 2004 en el torneo organizado en Portugal.

 

Entrenadores que vencieron el torneo europeo
Eurocopa Entrenadores Selección campeona
1960 Gavriil Kachalin Unión Soviética
1964 José Villalonga España
1968 Ferruccio Valcareggi Italia
1972 Helmut Schön Alemania Occidental
1976 Václav Ježek Checoslovaquia
1980 Jupp Derwall Alemania Occidental
1984 Michel Delgado Francia
1988 Rinus Michels Holanda
1992 Denmark Richard Møller Nielsen Denmark Dinamarca
1996 Berti Vogts Alemania
2000 Roger Lemerre Francia
2004 Otto Rehhagel Grecia
2008 Luis Aragonés España

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