People are already getting football fever with the World Cup just around the corner, June 12 – July 13. The New York Times recently ran a full-page article in their print edition on how “soccer has emerged as the sport of the thinking class in the U.S.” Swish, swoo. We’re so classy.
Well, maybe we should slow our roll in assuming we’re a part of that creative circle since we have our eye on the managers, not the actual sport. Let’s do some fox hunting with this snapshot of 10 of the foxiest football managers (a smartly dressed head coach) in the English Premier League:
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