Fergie, Sarri, Maradona, Di Canio: Football's most passionate managers - in pictures

Fergie, Sarri, Maradona, Di Canio: Football's most passionate managers - in pictures
Fergie, Sarri, Maradona, Di Canio: Football's most passionate managers - in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Paolo Di Canio was one talented player with Lazio, West Ham and Italy amongst others, but not as successful as a manager. Here he was at Sunderland, but his struggles certainly weren't down to a lack of enthusiasm. Getty

Jose Mourinho is at Tottenham now but he first came on the scene with a knee slide when manager of Porto. It has been repeated many times and there can be do doubting his passion wherever he finds himself. AP

Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte, formerly at Juventus, Chelsea and the Italian national team, is never afraid to show his passion. Getty

Jorge Luis Pinto, new coach of UAE, certainly got the most out of his players when in charge of Costa Rica. Getty

Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United manager, was known for giving his players 'the hairdryer' treatment. Basically, yelling from a few inches away. Getty

Former Ipswich manager Roy Keane was a formidable figure on the touchline. Getty

Hristo Stoichkov is widely considered the greatest Bulgarian footballer of all time. He was an animated manager as well when in charge of his country. Getty

Celtic manager Neil Lennon never holds his emotions in check. Getty

Felix Magath did not hold back when in charge of Fulham. Getty

Marcelo Bielsa, manager of Leeds United, has just shouted his team into the Premier League. Getty

Crystal Palace's English manager Alan Pardew gestures on the touchline. He has also been know to dance during a game. EPA

Pep Guardiola, current manager of Manchester City, gives his team instructions. Getty

Diego Maradona, now coach of Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata, celebrates after a match. Getty

Graham Taylor was never a shy manager when in charge of Watford, Aston Villa, Wolves or England. Getty

Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri gently make his point. Getty

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp rarely has a quiet moment on the touchline. Getty

Nigel Pearson, manager of Watford until he was sacked last week. The players had to deny it was after a fight. Getty

Luiz Felipe Scolari, coach of Palmeiras in Brazil, has had 27 jobs in management. Getty

Diego Simeone has been manager of Atletico Madrid since 2011. This is a familiar pose. Getty

Joe Kinnear was once dubbed Joe The Volcano after a particularly fierce outburst directed at the press when he was in charge of Newcastle. Getty

Nottingham Forest manager Brian Clough makes a point. He also slapped fans around the head when they invaded the pitch. Allsport

Newcastle United Manager Kevin Keegan made one of the most famous passionate outbursts ever in football when in charge of Newcastle as they battled for the Premier League title. And lost out to Manchester United. Getty

Neil Warnock of Middlesborough might be in his seventies but has lost none of his passion. Getty

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