2018 FIFA WC

2018 FIFA WC: The Three coaches who might stun the world in Russia

[caption id="attachment_67546" align="aligncenter" width="634"] Roberto Martinez would be the star attraction on the Belgium dugout. | Image: Twitter[/caption]

XtraTime Web Desk: The FIFA World Cup is an event where along with the footballers, the gaffers on the dugouts too play a crucial role to lead their sides towards the proper direction. Today, www.xtratime.in selects three coaches, whom we believe have the quality to stun the world in Russia.

Roberto Martinez (Belgium)

The 44-year-old Spaniard took charge in August 2016 and passed his first test with flying colours, guiding the Red Devils to an unbeaten World Cup qualifying campaign. However, the bigger challenge lies now where Martinez will be aiming to take Belgium past the quarterfinal hurdle.
Tite (Brazil)

Brazil picked Dunga after the humiliation of the 2014 World Cup. Soon after, they turned to Tite in the wake of another humbling blow at the 2016 Copa America Centenario. Tite has sparked a remarkable transformation. The manner in which the former Corinthians boss has blended solidity with style has seen the Selecao emerge as serious contenders for a sixth crown.

Julen Lopetegui (Spain)

When he was announced as Vicente Del Bosque’s successor after Spain’s disappointing second round exit to Italy at Euro 2016, not everyone was convinced Lopetegui was the rescue act that Spain were in dire need of. And yet, in less than 24 months, the 51-year-old has revitalised La Roja, who once again look like title contenders.

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