Frenchman Franck Sauzée was Hibernian’s best player before being asked to take over the coaching position for Alex McLeish in 2001 when he departed for Rangers and the Ibrox. Sauzée didn’t have an opportunity as he was not, and never will be fit for management. He filled the position only a few months before being terminated.
Ruud Gullit won the 1997 FA Cup with Chelsea; however, since then the former Dutch legend has never made it to be a decent coach even with high winning percentages teams including Chelsea, Feyenoord Rotterdam and the LA Galaxy. Just another mediocre manager.
While Stuart Gray did manage to defeat Arsenal with Southampton in the final game at The Dell, he then departed to Cristen St. Mary’s Stadium with a run and win only three out of the next 17 games that he was in charge of the Saints.
One win out of 14 games, during the time he was in charge of Southampton. It is obvious one of his worst claims to fame. Steve Wigley was also unable to promote Aldershot Town for three straight years.
Egil Olsen has managed 18 spells as a manager. Frigg Oslo FK, has hired and sacked him four times in his career. Despite his success leadership of Norway, leading them to the top of their 1998 World Cup qualifying group over England and the Dutch, Olsen never was able to be success as club level.
His 2000 campaign with Wimbledon made them nearly to relegation. However, he left before many would be able to blame him for the clubs complete collapse in the four years since his tenure. Wimbledon ended up becoming Milton Keynes Dons
Being a head coach working with talented footballer is not easy, especially with soccer.