Top 10 worst head coaches in football (Final)

In football, many head coaches become famous and notorious when they manage other teams. Because it is clearly to understand that their working style and strategies are suitable with this team but don’t match demand and growth of another team.

In this article, we will collect the final part of 10 worst head coaches in football all the time. After their failure, they could move to another club or quit this job. Whom are they, following our ranking.

8, D.J Durkin (2016-2018 at Maryland)

In 2016, D.J Durkin signed the contract to manage Maryland. As soon as under management, D.J. Durkin got some achievements when his student won some bowl games.

However, since 2017 season, his team became regressed and made strides. His team continued to loss in games. Furthermore, in Jun 2018, one footballer was died after suffering from heatstroke. When finishing investigation, people concluded that this head coach used a “toxic culture” to require his students to practice and follow. The board of Maryland fire D.J. Durkin to limit public criticisms. Then they employed Mike Locksley immediately as new head coach.

9, Steve Sarkisian (2014-2015 at USC)

Before leading USC in 2014, Steven had a little success at the Washington Huskies. However, his life was changed completely when leading USC in 2014.

For some first winnings, his team started to downhill. Then, he was found using alcohol while he was managing his footballers. This action was prohibited before signing the contract. So, he was fired only after 18 games.

10, Lane Kiffin (2009 at Tennessee)

Kiffin was voted to replace Phillip Fulmer after 17 seasons for head coach. At this time, Kiffin was the youngest manager at 33 years old.

Although he contributed to victories of Tennessee in 2009 season at a high ranking, he was sacked after one season.