Lionel Scaloni won the award at The Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony in Paris, beating out fellow candidates Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola in the vote.
Lionel Scaloni is the the Best FIFA Men’s Coach for 2022. Scaloni received the prestigious award after leading Argentina to a FIFA World Cup victory in Qatar in 2022.
Scaloni got the award at The Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony in Paris. He beat Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola in the vote.
Coaches and captains of national teams, expert journalists, and fans from across the world all participate in choosing the winner.
Scaloni has cemented his name in Argentina by taking the country to the promised land of Qatar 2022. Scaloni’s calm, forceful leadership enabled his squad to rebound from a shocking first-game loss to Saudi Arabia.
La Albiceleste was sure of a spot in the Round of 16 with triumphs against Mexico and Poland. As the campaign progressed, they gained strength and confidence.
Scaloni is able to skillfully direct the emotional energy of Argentina’s ardent supporters in Qatar, deepening the link between fans and players.
As they merged world-class quality with steel, passion, and a fierce determination to win, his galvanized team defeated Australia, the Netherlands, and Croatia en route to the final.
Holders France stood in the way of athletic immortality, and Scaloni and his squad went on to inscribe their names in the annals of football history with victory in a magnificent, jaw-dropping final.
Lionel Scaloni wins the Coach of the year
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“The finest aspects of Scaloni’s personality have always been his communication and how he respects the group. He takes no chances, at all. He walks you through each step before it actually occurs.” Captain of Argentina is Lionel Messi.
“Players like Nahuel Molina, Cristian Romero, Lisandro Martinez, and Alexis MacAllister were all found by Scaloni. They have lent the group its own personality. More importantly, he provided Leo Messi with playing alternatives that he did not have at the last World Cup.” Jorge Burruchaga, the 1986 World Cup champion for Argentina.
“Scaloni was certainly the most intrusive World Cup coach. He’s developed on several methods that allow them to shift during games. There were probably five or six teams a level above them in terms of individual quality, but he built a team.” Rayo Vallecano’s head coach is Andoni Iraola. Between supporters and players.
On their road to the final, his galvanized team defeated Australia, the Netherlands, and Croatia, combining world-class quality with steel, passion, and a savage determination to win.
Holders France stood in the way of athletic greatness, and Scaloni and his squad went on to win a magnificent, jaw-dropping final, etching their names in football history.