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The top TEN perceived ‘managerial villains’ of all time

Don Revie, first manager to quit as England BossIt is not just players who are bad boys in football. There are managers who have shown no loyalty to their clubs as well, doing things that no one would be proud of.

Managers are often thought to get a bad deal, what with many chairmen eager to sack them after a couple of bad results. However, some managers themselves are only too happy to move on and try their luck elsewhere, sometimes just weeks after they’ve had a go at on of their players for doing just that.

Here is a list of my top ten managerial villains, some for betrayal of fans, players and values, some for some mad rants, others for down-right lunacy.

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