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Velibor "Bora" Milutinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Велибор Бора Милутиновић; born 7 September 1944) is a Serbian football coach and former player. He has attended five times the FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup
as manager, and alongside the Brazilian Carlos Alberto Parreira
Carlos Alberto Parreira
holds the record for achieving this with five different teams, although Milutinović did it in five consecutive World Cups: Mexico
Mexico
(1986), Costa Rica
Costa Rica
(1990), the United States
United States
(1994), Nigeria
Nigeria
(1998), and China
China
(2002). He is also the first coach to take four different teams beyond the first round – all but China
China
– earning the nickname of Miracle Worker,[1] first given to him by Alan Rothenberg, then president of the United States Soccer Federation.[2] In total Milutinović has coached eight different national football teams.

Contents

1 Coaching – World Cup national teams

1.1 Mexico
Mexico
(1983–86) 1.2 Costa Rica
Costa Rica
(1990) 1.3 United States
United States
(1991–95) 1.4 Nigeria
Nigeria
(1997–98) 1.5 China
China
(2000–02)

2 Coaching – other national teams

2.1 Honduras (2003–04) 2.2 Jamaica (2006–07) 2.3 Iraq
Iraq
(2009)

3 Coaching – club teams 4 Personal life 5 Honours

5.1 Player 5.2 Manager

6 References 7 External links

Coaching – World Cup national teams[edit] Mexico
Mexico
(1983–86)[edit] Milutinović led Mexico
Mexico
to the quarter-finals at the 1986 World Cup, its highest finish. Mexico
Mexico
fell in the quarter-finals to West Germany on penalty kicks. Costa Rica
Costa Rica
(1990)[edit] Milutinović took over Costa Rica
Costa Rica
just before the 1990 World Cup and got Costa Rica
Costa Rica
into the second round. In 1990, Milutinović was hired as coach of Costa Rica
Costa Rica
just 90 days before the World Cup. He cut the captain and other starters. Costa Rica
Costa Rica
managed to beat Scotland and Sweden and lost to Brazil, 1–0, before losing 4-1 to Czechoslovakia in the second round.[3] United States
United States
(1991–95)[edit] Hank Steinbrecher, general secretary of the U.S. Soccer Federation, conducted the job interviews for the U.S. national team head coach position. American coaches had not proved their worth on the international stage, as the United States
United States
had lost all three games in the 1990 World Cup finals under Bob Gansler. When the USSF's search began in 1991, the emphasis was not so much on experience, but on finding a coach who could squeeze the last drop of potential out of a lightly regarded team, and Milutinović's name came up again and again.[4] He had coached first Mexico, then Costa Rica
Costa Rica
to surprising World Cup success. Milutinović left no doubts about who ran the team, cutting two U.S. players, Peter Vermes
Peter Vermes
and Desmond Armstrong, board members of the national federation, from his World Cup team. Milutinović further cut Bruce Murray, the all-time leading U.S. goal scorer. When Alexi Lalas first showed up at training camp, Milutinović told him to get a haircut or get off the team.[3] Milutinović coached the United States
United States
national team at the 1994 World Cup, held in the U.S. In the 1994 WC, the U.S. team notched its first win in the World Cup since 1950, and progressed to the knockout round of the tournament for the first time since the 1930s. The USSF fired Bora Milutinović
Bora Milutinović
on April 14, 1995, saying it wanted someone who could be both coach and administrator. Milutinović reportedly wanted no part of the administrative duties.[5] Nigeria
Nigeria
(1997–98)[edit] Milutinović coached the Nigerian team at the 1998 World Cup in France.[6] Nigeria
Nigeria
won its group, notching a notable 3–2 upset win over Spain, and reached the knockout rounds. This was the fourth team that Milutinović had taken to the knockout rounds of the World Cup, a coaching record.[7] China
China
(2000–02)[edit] Under Milutinović, China
China
qualified to the World Cup finals for the first time ever. However, unlike his previous forays, he could not take the Chinese team, inexperienced in the world stage, past the first round. Milutinović continues to be a supporter of the Chinese national team, and keeps a blog on the Chinese website Sina.com.[8] Coaching – other national teams[edit] Honduras (2003–04)[edit] In the summer of 2003, Milutinović was in serious negotiations to finally take over the national team at his native Serbia. Despite heavy, month-long persuasion from Serbian football officials, Milutinović turned down the offer and soon signed on to the Honduras national team. He led the team to the first round of CONCACAF qualifiers before resigning on 30 June 2004. He cited "the prevailing bad atmosphere, created by comments made by the country's managers, officials and press" as the reason for his leaving during World Cup qualifying. Jamaica (2006–07)[edit] On 16 November 2006, Milutinović was announced as head coach of Jamaica. On 9 November 2007, following a string of six consecutive friendly defeats, he was fired by the Jamaican FA. Iraq
Iraq
(2009)[edit] Milutinović led the Iraq national football team
Iraq national football team
in group play in the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
for two draws and one loss, failing to reach the knockout stage.

Coach Period Matches Wins Draws Losses

Bora Milutinović 8 April 2009 – June 2009 4 0 3 1

Qatar
Qatar
vs. Iraq
Iraq
not considered as a FIFA
FIFA
International match since Iraq made 13 Substitutions, Iraq
Iraq
lost the match 0–1.

Coaching – club teams[edit] Milutinović's coaching career at club level has seen more mixed success. His longest coaching spell for a single club was his tenure with UNAM Pumas of Mexico
Mexico
from 1977–83. Several of his Pumas players ended up playing for Mexico
Mexico
at the 1986 World Cup. Since then, he has coached briefly for several club teams. He coached Udinese Calcio
Udinese Calcio
of Italian Serie B
Serie B
for nine matches in 1987. He coached the MetroStars
MetroStars
of Major League Soccer
Major League Soccer
to the worst record in league history in 1999. He also had a brief stint in Qatar
Qatar
league with Al-Sadd in 2004–05. Personal life[edit]

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The Milutinović brothers: Milorad, Miloš and Bora

Bora Milutinović
Bora Milutinović
comes from a legendary football family; he and his two brothers Miloš and Milorad played together for FK Partizan. His father was killed in World War II, his mother by tuberculosis soon after the war. He said he doesn't remember either of his parents. He was raised by an aunt, and raised playing football.[9] Milutinović is married to a Mexican and currently resides in Qatar. He is fluent in English, Spanish and French as well as his native Serbian. Honours[edit] Player[edit]

Pumas UNAM

Copa MX: 1974–75 Campeón de Campeones: 1975

Manager[edit]

Pumas UNAM

Liga MX: 1980–81 CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Champions' Cup: 1980 Copa Interamericana: 1981

Mexico

Gold Cup: 1996

United States

Gold Cup: 1991

References[edit]

^ "Five in a row for the miracle worker". BBC News. 15 April 2002. Retrieved 26 April 2010.  ^ Profile: Bora Milutinovic soccertimes.com ^ a b Philly.com, A Soccer Coach Who Has To Win Is The U.s.'s Bora Milutinovic Good? The World Cup Will Tell, June 5, 1994, http://articles.philly.com/1994-06-05/sports/25834619_1_bora-milutinovic-world-cup-serbian-born-coach ^ Los Angeles Times, WORLD CUP '94: 35 DAYS AND COUNTING : Bora! Bora! Bora? : Milutinovic Enjoyed World Cup Success With Mexico and Costa Rica, but the United States
United States
Might Be His Biggest Challenge, May 13, 1994, http://articles.latimes.com/1994-05-13/sports/sp-57331_1_world-cup ^ Philly.com, World Cup-winning Coach Is Fired, Eyed By U.S. Team, June 3, 1995, http://articles.philly.com/1995-06-03/sports/25688992_1_carlos-alberto-parreira-brendan-malone-back-to-back-nba-titles ^ Pierson, Mark (18 December 1997). "Milutinovic confirmed as Nigeria coach for France 98". The Independent. Retrieved 29 September 2014.  ^ The Augusta Chronicle, Nigeria
Nigeria
advances in World Cup, June 20, 1998, http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/06/20/oth_231379.shtml ^ 米卢的博客 http://blog.sina.com.cn/milublog ^ Jensen, Mike (June 5, 1994). "A Soccer Coach Who Has To Win Is The U.s.'s Bora Milutinovic Good? The World Cup Will Tell." philly.com. Retrieved March 21, 2011. 

External links[edit]

Bora Milutinović's match-by-match record with various countries (rsssf.com) at the Wayback Machine
Wayback Machine
(archived 2006-07-11) Bora Milutinović
Bora Milutinović
Liga MX
Liga MX
stats at MedioTiempo.com (in Spanish) Barreaud, Marc (1998). Dictionnaire des footballeurs étrangers du championnat professionnel français (1932–1997). L'Harmattan, Paris. ISBN 2-7384-6608-7. 

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Bora Milutinović
Bora Milutinović
international tournaments

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Mexico
Mexico
squad – 1986 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup

1 Larios 2 Trejo 3 Quirarte 4 Manzo 5 Francisco Cruz 6 de los Cobos 7 España 8 Domínguez 9 Sánchez 10 Boy (c) 11 Hermosillo 12 Rodríguez 13 Aguirre 14 Félix Cruz 15 Flores 16 Muñoz 17 Servín 18 Amador 19 Hernández 20 Heredia 21 Ortega 22 Negrete Coach: Milutinović

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Costa Rica
Costa Rica
squad – 1990 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup

1 Conejo 2 Quesada 3 Flores (c) 4 González 5 Obando 6 Chaves 7 Medford 8 Chavarría 9 Guimarães 10 Ramírez 11 C. Jara 12 Gómez 13 Davis 14 Cayasso 15 Marín 16 Jaikel 17 Myers 18 G. Jara 19 Marchena 20 Montero 21 Barrantes 22 Segura Coach: Milutinović

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United States
United States
squad – 1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
winners (1st title)

1 Meola 2 Trittschuh 3 Michallik 4 Murray 5 Eck 6 Harkes 7 Pérez 8 Kinnear 10 Vermes 11 Wynalda 14 Quinn 15 Armstrong 16 Doyle 17 Balboa 18 Keller 19 Henderson 20 Caligiuri 21 Clavijo 22 Savage Coach: Milutinović

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United States
United States
squad – 1992 King Fahd Cup
1992 King Fahd Cup
Third Place

1 Meola 2 Michallik 3 Lapper 4 Murray 5 – 6 Harkes 7 Pérez 8 Kinnear 9 Ramos 10 Vermes 11 Wynalda 12 Harbor 13 Jones 14 Quinn 15 DeBrito 17 Balboa 18 Dodd 19 Henderson 20 Caligiuri 21 Clavijo 22 Wegerle Coach: Milutinović

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United States
United States
squad – 1993 Copa América

1 Meola 2 Lapper 3 Doyle 4 Murray 5 Kooiman 7 Woodring 8 Kinnear 9 Ramos 10 Vermes 11 Harbor 12 Agoos 13 Jones 14 Moore 15 Armstrong 16 Sorber 17 Chung 18 Friedel 19 Henderson 20 Caligiuri 21 Clavijo 22 Lalas Coach: Milutinović

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United States
United States
squad – 1993 CONCACAF Gold Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
runners-up

1 Meola 3 Doyle 4 Kooiman 5 Dooley 6 Harkes 7 Moore 8 Kinnear 9 Ramos 10 Vermes 11 Wynalda 13 Jones 15 Armstrong 17 Wegerle 18 Friedel 19 Henderson 21 Clavijo 22 Lalas Coach: Milutinović

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United States
United States
squad – 1994 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup

1 Meola (c) 2 Lapper 3 Burns 4 Kooiman 5 Dooley 6 Harkes 7 Pérez 8 Stewart 9 Ramos 10 Wegerle 11 Wynalda 12 Sommer 13 Jones 14 Klopas 15 Moore 16 Sorber 17 Balboa 18 Friedel 19 Reyna 20 Caligiuri 21 Clavijo 22 Lalas Coach: Milutinović

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Mexico
Mexico
squad – 1996 CONCACAF Gold Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
winners (2nd title)

1 Sánchez 2 Suárez 5 Davino 6 Lara 7 Ramírez 8 García Aspe 9 Peláez 10 L. García (c) 11 Hernández 12 Briones 13 Oteo 14 del Olmo 15 Blanco 16 Astivia 17 Villa 18 A. García 19 Campos 20 Rizo 21 Gutiérrez Coach: Milutinović

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Mexico
Mexico
squad – Copa América 1997
Copa América 1997
Third Place

1 Ríos 2 Suárez 3 Sánchez 4 Villa 5 Davino 6 Lara 7 García 8 Ramírez 9 Chávez 10 Rizo 11 Blanco 12 Pineda 13 Pardo 14 Romero 15 Hernández 16 Jiménez 17 Palencia 18 Saavedra 19 Gabriel 20 Abundis 21 Sancho 22 Zuñiga Coach: Milutinović

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Nigeria
Nigeria
squad – 1998 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup

1 Rufai 2 Oparaku 3 Babayaro 4 Kanu 5 Uche (c) 6 West 7 Finidi 8 Adepoju 9 Yekini 10 Okocha 11 Lawal 12 W. Okpara 13 Babangida 14 Amokachi 15 Oliseh 16 Okafor 17 Eguavoen 18 Oruma 19 Iroha 20 Ikpeba 21 G. Okpara 22 Baruwa Coach: Milutinović

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China
China
squad – 2000 AFC Asian Cup
2000 AFC Asian Cup
Fourth Place

1 Ou Chuliang 2 Zhang Enhua 4 Wu Chengying 5 Fan Zhiyi (c) 6 Li Ming 8 Li Tie 9 Ma Mingyu 10 Su Maozhen 11 Xie Hui 12 Qu Shengqing 13 Chen Gang 14 Li Weifeng 15 Shen Si 16 Xu Yang 18 Li Xiaopeng 19 Qi Hong 20 Yang Chen 21 Xu Yunlong 22 Jiang Jin 23 Fu Bin 27 Shao Jiayi 29 Huang Yong Coach: Milutinović

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China
China
Squad – 2002 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup

1 An Qi 2 Zhang Enhua 3 Yang Pu 4 Wu Chengying 5 Fan Zhiyi 6 Shao Jiayi 7 Sun Jihai 8 Li Tie 9 Ma Mingyu (c) 10 Hao Haidong 11 Yu Genwei 12 Su Maozhen 13 Gao Yao 14 Li Weifeng 15 Zhao Junzhe 16 Qu Bo 17 Du Wei 18 Li Xiaopeng 19 Qi Hong 20 Yang Chen 21 Xu Yunlong 22 Jiang Jin 23 Ou Chuliang Coach: Milutinović

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Iraq
Iraq
squad – 2009 FIFA
FIFA
Confederations Cup

1 Sabri 2 Ali Karim 3 Bassim 4 Majeed 5 Akram 6 Sadir 7 Emad 8 Salah 9 Abu Al-Hail 10 Mahmoud (c) 11 Hawar 12 Gassid 13 Jassim 14 Shaker 15 Rehema 16 Dara 17 Abdul-Zahra 18 Karim 19 Yassin 20 Samer 21 Taleb 22 Khalid 23 Halgurd Coach: Milutinović

Bora Milutinović
Bora Milutinović
managerial positions

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Mexico national football team
Mexico national football team
– managers

Beltrán (1923) Vega (1928) Serrallonga (1930) Gutiérrez (1934) Crowle (1935) Gutiérrez (1937–38) Orth (1947) Ramírez (1948) Gutiérrez (1949) Vial (1950) López (1952) Casarín (1953) López (1953–57) Trelles (1957) López (1958) Marcos (1959) Trelles (1960–62) Fekete (1963) Trelles (1964–68) Cárdenas (1968) Trelles (1969) Cárdenas (1969) Mercado (1969) Cárdenas (1970) Torre (1970–73) Jáuregui (1974) Trelles (1975–76) Roca (1977–78) Moncebáez (1979) Peña (1979) Cárdenas (1979–81) Milutinović (1983–86) Velarde (1987–89) Guerra (1989) Trelles (1990) Menotti (1991–1992) Ferretti (1993) Mejía Barón (1993–1995) Milutinović (1995–1997) Lapuente (1997–2000) Sánchez (2000) Meza (2000–01) Aguirre (2001–02) La Volpe (2002–06) Sánchez (2006–08) Ramírezc (2008) Eriksson (2008–09) Aguirre (2009–10) Mezac (2010) Floresc (2010) de la Torre (2010–13) Tenac (2013) Vucetich (2013) Herrera (2013–15) Ferrettic (2015) Osorio (2015–)

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San Lorenzo – managers

Malvassi (1931–32) Marinetti (1933) Giuliano (1933–34) Malvassi (1935) Fossa (1936) Malvassi (1937) Garay (1938) Celli (1939) Giuliano (1939) Stábile (1939–40) Giuliano (1940) Tarrio (1940) Hirschl (1941) García (1942–43) Orth (1944) García (1945–46) Omar (1946–47) Corsetti (1947) Giuliano (1948) Cuesta Silva (1949–50) Fossa (1951) Corsetti (1952) Pérez (1953) Pontoni (1954) Pérez (1954) Giuliano (1954) Peucelle (1954) G. Díaz (1954) Lángara (1955) Pontoni (1955) Fernández Roca (1956) Giuliano (1956) Barreiro (1957–60) Doval (1961) Lorenzo (1961–62) Ramos (1962) Pontoni (1962) Amándola (1963) Mogilevsky (1963) Barreiro (1963–64) Palma (1965) Resquin (1965) Lorenzo (1965) García (1966) Barreiro (1966–67) García (1967) Tim (1967–68) Giúdice (1969) García (1969) Dellacha (1969–70) Domínguez (1971) Prieto (1972) Ignominiello (1972) Lorenzo (1972–73) Castelli (1973) Carniglia (1973) Diez (1973) Zubeldía (1974) Bettinotti (1974) Zubeldia (1975) Bettinotti (1975) Scarone (1975) Rendo (1975–76) Montes (1976) D'Acorso (1976) Domínguez (1977) Calics (1977) Resquin (1977–78) Pedernera (1978) Romero (1978) Bilardo (1979) Delem (1980) Faraone (1980) Veira (1980) Cocco (1981) Roman (1981) Lorenzo (1981–82) Yudica (1982) Veira (1983–84) Rogel (1984) López-Caballero (1985) Lorenzo (1985) Magliolo (1985) Veiga (1985–86) Cousillas (1986) Carotti (1986–87) Milutinović (1987) Veira (1987–89) Paolino (1989) Quiroga (1989) Saporiti (1989–90) Rezza (1990–91) Arean (1991–92) Carotti (1992) Calabri (1992) Castelli (1992) Veira (1992–96) Mariani (1996) Aimar (1996) Castelli (1997–98) Basile (1998) Díaz (1998) Ruggeri (1998–2001) Doria (2001) Pellegrini (2001–02) Insúa (2002–03) Gorosito (2003–04) Rodríguez (2004) Veira (2004–05) Rodríguez (2005) Alfaro (2005–06) Ruggeri (2006) Díaz (2007–08) Batista (2008) Russo (2008–09) Simeone (2009–10) Méndez (2010) Díaz (2010–11) Asad (2011) Madelón (2011–12) Caruso Lombardi (2012) Pizzi (2012–13) Bauza (2014–15) Guede (2016) Aguirre (2016–17) Biaggio (2017–)

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Udinese Calcio
Udinese Calcio
– managers

King (1920–21) Kanjaurek (1922–23) Krappan (1923–2X) Hlavay (1925–26) Czeizler (1927–28) Fögl (1928–29) E. Payer (1929–30) I. Payer (1930–31) Fögl (1931–32) Hermann (1934–36) Fögl (1936–37) Miconi (1938–40) Piselli (1940–41) Miconi (1941–42) Molnár (1942–43) Bellotto (1943–XX) Olivieri (1952–53) Bigogno (1953–58) Bonizzoni (1960–62) Segato (1963–64) Tabanelli (1969–71) Giacomini (1973) Manente (1973–75) Rosa (1975–76) Orrico (1979–80) Perani (1980) Giagnoni (1980–81) Ferrari (1981–84) Vinício (1984–86) De Sisti (1986–87) Milutinović (1987) Sonetti (1987–89) Mazzia (1989) Marchesi (1989–90) Fontana (1990) Buffoni (1990–91) Scoglio (1991–92) Bigon (1992–93) Vicini (1993–94) Galeone (1994–95) Zaccheroni (1995–98) Guidolin (1998–99) De Canio (1999–2001) Spalletti (2001) Hodgson (2001) Ventura (2001–02) Spalletti (2002–05) Cosmi (2005–06) Dominissini (2006) Galeone (2006–07) Malesani (2007) Marino (2007–09) De Biasi (2009–10) Marino (2010) Guidolin (2010–14) Stramaccioni (2014–15) Colantuono (2015–16) De Canio (2016) Iachini (2016) Delneri (2016–17) Oddo (2017–)

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Costa Rica national football team
Costa Rica national football team
– managers

Rosabal (1921) Rodríguez (1930) Saprissa (1935 & 1938) Morera Soto (1941 & 1943) Rojas (1943) Bolaños & Galloway (1946) Bonilla (1950) Bumbel (1953) Tassara (1960) Toba (1960–61) Piedra (1961–63) Cordero (1965) Viso Abella (1965–6x) Maschio (1972) Etchegoyen (1975) Gámez (1976) Moyano (1980–84) Grant (1985) Odir Jacques (1985–87) De Simone (1987–89) Rodríguez (1989) Milutinović (1990) Villalobos (1991–92) Núñez (1992) Gámez (1993) Grant (1993) Rojas (1993–95) Vieira (1996) Cordero (1997) Hernández Fuertes (1997) Villalobos (1998) Maturana (1999) Rodríguez (1999–2000) Gílson Nunes (2000) Guimarães (2001–02) Kenton (2002) Sampson (2002–04) Pinto (2004–05) Guimarães (2005–06) Medford (2006–08) Kenton (2008–09) Simões (2009) González (2010) La Volpe (2010–11) González (2011) Pinto (2011–14) Wanchope (2014–15) Ramírez (2015–)

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United States men's national soccer team
United States men's national soccer team
– Head coaches

Cahill (1916) Burford (1924) Agar (1925–26) Burford (1928) Millar (1930) Gould (1934) Lloyd (1937) Brown (1947) Giesler (1948–49) Jeffrey (1950) Wood (1952) Schwarz (1953–55) Meyer (1957) Reed (1959–61) Herberger (1964) Meyer (1965) Woosnam (1968) Jago (1969) Kehoe (1971–72) Wosniak (1973) E. Chyzowych (1973) G. Bradley (1973) Cramer (1974) Miller (1975) Schellscheidt (1975) W. Chyzowych (1976–80) Gansler (1982) Panagoulias (1983–85) Osiander (1986–88) Gansler (1989–1991) Kowalski (1991) Milutinović (1991–95) Sampson (1995–98) Arena (1998–2006) B. Bradley (2006–11) Klinsmann (2011–16) Arena (2016–17) Sarachani (2017–18) TBD (2018–)

(i) = interim head coach

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Nigeria national football team
Nigeria national football team
– managers

Finch (1949) Anyiam (1954–56) Courtier (1956–60) Beit haLavi (1960–61) Vardar (1961–63) Penna (1963–64) Anyiam (1964–65) Ember (1965–68) Barinaga (1968–69) Amaechina (1969–70) Marotzke (1970–72) Penna (1972–73) Marotzke (1973–74) Jelisavčić (1974–78) Glória (1978–81) Göller (1981) Onigbinde (1981–84) Udemezue (1984–86) Ekeji (1986) Hoener (1986–89) Hamilton (1989) Westerhof (1989–94) Amodu (1994–95) Bonfrere (1995–96) Amodu (1996–97) Troussier (1997) Sinclair (1997) Milutinović (1997–98) Libregts (1998–99) Bonfrere (1999–2001) Amodu (2001–02) Onigbinde (2002) Chukwu (2002–05) Eguavoen (2005–07) Vogts (2007–08) Peters (2008) Amodu (2008–10) Lagerbäck (2010) Eguavoen (2010) Siasia (2010–11) Keshi (2011–14) Amodu (2014) Amokachi (2014–15) Keshi (2015) Oliseh (2015–16) Siasia (2016) Yusuf (2016) Rohr (2016–)

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MetroStars
MetroStars
/ New York Red Bulls
New York Red Bulls
– managers

Firmani (1996) Queiroz (1996) Parreira (1997) Mondelo (1998) Milutinović (1998–99) Zambrano (2000–02) Bradley (2003–05) Johnston (2005–06) Williams (interim) (2006) Arena (2006–07) Osorio (2008–09) Williams (interim) (2009) Backe (2010–12) Petke (2013–14) Marsch (2015–)

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China national football team
China national football team
– managers

Li Fenglou (1951–52) Ke Lun (1956) Dai Linjing (1957) Chen Chengda (1958–62) Nian Weisi (1963) Fang Renqiu (1964) Nian Weisi (1965–73) Nian Weisi & Ren Bin (1974–76) Zhang Honggen (1977) Nian Weisi (1978) Zhang Honggen (1979) Nian Weisi (1980) Su Yongshun (1980–82) Zhang Honggen (1982) Zeng Xuelin (1983–85) Nian Weisi (1985–86) Gao Fengwen (1986–90) Gutendorf (1988) Xu Genbao & Gutendorf (1991–92) Chen Xirongc (1992) Schlappner (1992–93) Qi Wusheng (1994–97) Houghton (1997–99) Jin Zhiyangc (2000) Milutinović (2000–02) Shen Xiangfuc (2002) Haan (2002–04) Zhu Guanghu (2005–07) Petrović (2007–08) Yin Tieshengc (2008–09) Gao Hongbo (2009–11) Camacho (2011–13) Fu Boc (2013–14) Perrin (2014–16) Gao Hongbo (2016) Lippi (2016–)

(c) = caretaker manager

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Honduras national football team
Honduras national football team
– managers

Padilla (1968–75) Lange (1975–79) Herrera (1979–82) Gonzáles (1983–84) Herrera (1985–87) Blok (1987–88) Herrera (1988–90) Ortega (1991–92) Malinowski (1993–94) Carranza (1995–96) Company (1997–98) Maradiaga (1999–2002) Pavón (2002–03) Simões (2003) Milutinović (2003–04) Martínez Sambulá (2004–04) Herrera (2005–06) Ortega (2006–07) Rueda (2007–10) Castillo (2010–11) Suárez (2011–14) Medford (2014) Pinto (2014–)

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Al Sadd SC
Al Sadd SC
– managers

Musa (1969–74) Balash (1974) Othman (1974–79) Faria (1979–82) Othman (1982) Meadows (1982–83) Pepe (1983–84) Othman (1984–85) Cardoso (1985–87) Omar (1987–88) Carbone (1988) Jumaa (1988–89) Carbone (1989) Cabralzinho (1989–90) Silas (1990–91) Jumaa (1991–92) Lapola (1992–93) Omar (1993–94) Nunes (1994) Mušović (1994–95) Rocha (1995–96) Bomir (1996–97) Mario (1997) Madjer (1997–98) Bomir (1998–99) Gonzaga (1999) Dirjal (1999) Mušović (1999–00) Meulensteen (2000–01) Balaci (2001–02) Peruzović (2002–04) Milutinović (2004–05) Ammari (2005–06) Fossati (2006–07) Adriaanse (2007–08) Hormutallah (2008) Leão (2008) Mušović (2008–09) Olăroiu (2009–10) Fossati (2010–12) Amotta (2012–15) Ferreira (2015–)

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Jamaica national football team
Jamaica national football team
– managers

Brown (1990–94) Simões (1994–2000) Lazaroni (2000) de Oliveira (2000–01) Brown (2001–04) Lazaroni (2004–05) Downswell (2005–06) Brown (2006) Milutinović (2006–07) Simões (2008) Barnes (2008–09) Whitmore (2009–13) Schäfer (2013–16) Whitmore (2016–)

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Iraq national football team
Iraq national football team
– managers

Habib (1951) Cook (1955–56) Mohammed (1957) Aboud (1959) Abbas (1959) Drăgușin (1962–63) Aboud (1963–64) Basher (1964) Aboud (1965) Basher (1966) Shihab (1967) Hassan (1968) Basher (1968) Kokeza (1969) Illichev (1969–71) Basher (1971–72) Hassan (1972) Teleki (1973) Muhsin (1973) Naji (1974) Shihab (1974) Muhsin (1974) Naji (1975) McLennan (1975–76) Grčić (1976–78) Salih (1978) Baba (1978–80) Naji (1980) Jassam (1980) Gardašević (1980) Aziz (1980) Baba (1981–84) Jassam (1985) Salman (1985) Naji (1985) Jorge Vieira (1985) Edu (1986) Zé Mário (1986) de Macedo (1986) Salman (1986) Baba (1987–88) Salih (1988) Baba (1988–89) Jassam (1989–90) Morozov (1990) Fomenko (1990) Adnan Dirjal (1992–93) Baba (1993) Jassam (1995–96) Baba (1996) Alwan (1996–97) Odisho (1997) Baba (1997) Salman (1998) Humoud (1999) Hamad (2000) Živadinović (2000–01) Hamad (2001) Belin (2001) Hamad (2002) Stange (2002–04) Hamad (2004) Salman (2005–07) Jorvan Vieira (2007) Olsen (2007–08) Hamad (2008) Jorvan Vieira (2008–09) Shenaishil (2009) Milutinović (2009) N. Shaker (2009–10) Sidka (2010–11) Zico (2011–12) H. Shaker (2012–13) Petrović (2013) H. Shaker (2013–14) Shenaishil (2014–15) Salman (2015) Alwan (2015–16) Shahad (2016) Shenaishil (2016–17) Qa

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