According to Electronic Arts, who are the most rated managers in the world? Mourinho or Guardiola? Klopp or Zidane? You will find the answer in this page. Discover who are the best FIFA 17 managers with our help.
Introduction to the Best FIFA 17 Managers
How to find out the best manager for your FIFA 17 Ultimate Team campaign?
Managers are the most important staff on FIFA 17 Ultimate Team. They develop two roles which take part on the main parts of the game: they extend the players’ contracts and they contribute to individual chemistry.
Using the right manager may save you a few coins at the same time that it also improves your performance. However, they are not so different from each other as they only differ in nationality, league and contract bonuses. Everything else is indifferent to you when choosing a manager to help your team.
You probably don’t know but each manager featuring in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team has his own rating. It is not visible in-game, but Electronic Arts assigned them a rating that help us to find out who are the best FIFA 17 managers. As we already explained here, it doesn’t affects your team. To be a 85 or a 86 rated manager is exactly the same thing. In fact, 72-74 rated managers give a bigger contracts boost that the 75-79 rated ones.
TOP 10 Best Managers in the World
The ten best football managers in the world
Even not affecting your performance, we thought you would like to know who are, according to Electronic Arts, the best managers in the world. Here is the top 10.
Rui Vitória won the league’s title in his first season managing SL Benfica and have good chances to win much more trophies in this club. However, he is not alone in this position. Three other managers also are 83 rated: Manuel Pellegrin, Mauricio Pochettino and Jorge Sampaoli.
Klopp and his coaching staff are under contract with Liverpool until 2022, which shows how confident ‘The Reds’ are in their work.
This may be the last season of Wenger in London but the supporters will never forget him.
For FourFourTwo, Diego Simeone is the best football manager in the world. It isn’t the opinion of Electronic Arts but no one can deny his talent for this job.
The Special One is one of the most popular managers in the world. For same reason he is usually the most expensive in FIFA 17.
This has been a great season for Antonio Conte. The chances of winning the Premier League are extremely high.
Juventus looks unbeatable in Italy and very strong in the European Champions League. Allegri is doing a very nice job with this team.
Despite his failure to conquer Europe with Bayern Munich, the Catalan left a legacy his successor Carlo Ancelotti will be thankful, just like he already had done in Barcelona.
In his first season as manager, Zidane won the UEFA Champions League title. How many managers reached something like that?
Luis Enrique is having a nightmare season. He probably will not be in the top of this list in FIFA 18.
TOP 100 Best FIFA 17 Managers
Complete List of the most rated managers
Your favourite manager isn’t in the TOP 10? Don’t worry. You can search for him in this list of the 100 best FIFA 17 managers:
|1||Luis Enrique||?? Spain||88|
|1||Zinedine Zidane||?? France||88|
|3||Antonio Conte||?? Italy||87|
|3||Massimiliano Allegri||?? Italy||87|
|3||Pep Guardiola||?? Spain||87|
|6||Arsène Wenger||?? France||86|
|6||Diego Simeone||?? Argentina||86|
|6||José Mourinho||?? Portugal||86|
|9||Jürgen Klopp||?? Germany||84|
|10||Rui Vitória||?? Portugal||83|
|10||Jorge Sampaoli||?? Argentina||83|
|10||Manuel Pellegrin||?? Chile||83|
|10||Mauricio Pochettino||?? Argentina||83|
|14||Ernesto Valverde||?? Spain||82|
|14||Jorge Jesus||?? Portugal||82|
|14||Mircea Lucescu||?? Romainia||82|
|14||Nuno Espírito Santo||?? Portugal||82|
|14||Paco Ayestarán||?? Spain||82|
|14||Paulo Sousa||?? Portugal||82|
|14||Ronald Koeman||?? Netherlands||82|
|21||Claudio Ranieri||?? Italy||81|
|21||Eduardo Berizzo||?? Argentina||81|
|21||Louis Van Gaal||?? Netherlands||81|
|21||Mark Hughes||?? Wales||81|
|21||Şenol Güneş||?? Turkey||81|
|21||Simone Inzaghi||?? Italy||81|
|21||Slaven Bilić||?? Croatia||81|
|21||Vincenzo Montella||?? Italy||81|
|21||Vitor Pereira||?? Portugal||81|
|21||Francesco Guidolin||?? Italy||81|
|31||Alan Pardew||?? England||80|
|31||Claude Puel||?? France||80|
|31||Gaizka Garitano||?? Spain||80|
|31||Gustavo Poyet||?? Uruguay||80|
|31||Juande Ramos||?? Spain||80|
|31||Leonid Slutskiy||?? Russia||80|
|31||Siniša Mihajlović||?? Serbia||80|
|31||Walter Mazzarri||?? Italy||80|
|40||David Moyes||?? Scotland||79|
|40||Dmitriy Alenichev||?? Russia||79|
|40||Giuseppe Iachini||?? Italy||79|
|40||Jan Olde Riekerink||?? Netherlands||79|
|40||Javi Gracia||?? Spain||79|
|40||Luís André Cabral Villas-boas||?? Portugal||79|
|40||Oleg Kononov||?? Russia||79|
|40||Peter Bosz||?? Netherlands||79|
|40||Phillip Cocu||?? Netherlands||79|
|40||Quique Flores||?? Spain||79|
|40||Quique Setién||?? Spain||79|
|40||Roberto Martínez||?? Spain||79|
|40||Stefano Pioli||?? Italy||79|
|40||Tony Pulis||?? Wales||79|
|55||Aitor Karanka||?? Spain||78|
|55||Andrea Stramaccion||?? Italy||78|
|55||Ersun Yanal||?? Turkey||78|
|55||Eusebio Di Francesco||?? Italy||78|
|55||Gian Piero Gasperini||?? Italy||78|
|55||Giovanni Van Bronckhorst||?? Netherlands||78|
|55||Ivan Juric||?? Croatia||78|
|55||José Peseiro||?? Portugal||78|
|55||Marco Giampaolo||?? Italy||78|
|55||Michel Preud’homme||?? Belgium||78|
|55||Mike Phelan||?? England||78|
|55||René Weiler||?? Switzerland||78|
|55||Roberto Donadoni||?? Italy||78|
|55||Rolando Maran||?? Italy||78|
|55||Steve Mcclaren||?? England||78|
|71||Antonio Mohamed||?? Argentina||77|
|71||Giampiero Ventura||?? Italy||77|
|71||Mauricio Pellegrino||?? Argentina||77|
|71||Tuca Ferretti||?? Brazil||77|
|77||Abdullah Avci||?? Turkey||76|
|77||Asier Garitano||?? Spain||76|
|77||Eddie Howe||?? England||76|
|77||Fabio Pecchia||?? Italy||76|
|77||Hamza Hamzaoğlu||?? Turkey||76|
|77||Hein Vanhaezebrouck||?? Belgium||76|
|77||Ignacio Ambriz||?? Mexico||76|
|77||Igor Cherevchenko||?? Russia||76|
|77||Massimo Rastelli||?? Italy||76|
|77||Mustafa Reşit Akçay||?? Turkey||76|
|77||Paco Jémez||?? Spain||76|
|77||Pedro Martins||?? Portugal||76|
|77||Vladimir Ivić||?? Serbia||76|
|91||Alex Neil||?? Scotland||75|
|91||Brendan Rodgers||?? North Ireland||75|
|91||Davide Ballardini||?? Italy||75|
|91||Diego Alonso||?? Uruguay||75|
|91||Edoardo Reja||?? Italy||75|
|91||Francisco Palencia||?? Mexico||75|
|91||Hernán Cristante||?? Argentina||75|
|91||John Van Den Brom||?? Netherlands||75|
|91||José Manuel De La Torre||?? Mexico||75|
|91||Juan Eduardo Esnáider||?? Argentina||75|
|91||Luis Zubeldía||?? Argentina||75|
|91||Nuno Capucho||?? Portugal||75|
|91||Óscar García||?? Spain||75|
|91||Pablo Guede||?? Argentina||75|
|91||Peter Maes||?? Belgium||75|
|91||Sean Dyche||?? England||75|
|91||Sebastián Beccacece||?? Argentina||75|
|91||Víctor Sánchez||?? Spain||75|
|91||Yannick Ferrera||?? Belgium||75|
|91||Yves Vanderhaeghe||?? Belgium||75|