Top 5 Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers Of All Time
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Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers

Real Madrid most attacking managers? Here we take a look at the most attack-minded Real-Madrid managers. Which Real Madrid managers have created the best attacking style of football? Which Real Madrid managers have created the most amount of goals? Well, find out below with our Real Madrid most attacking managers.

Which Real Madrid managers have created the most offensive, attacking style of football? There have been many managers in the last decade or so since players like Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Raul was still playing for the club. The Galacticos are known to recruit the world’s top talents for high transfer fees to win more trophies.

So, which managers at Real-Madrid have been more attacking? Well, here we will look at the top five Real Madrid most attacking managers.

Full List Of Real Madrid Managers

We have compiled a list of Real Madrid most attacking managers. You can take a look at their goals and trophy records to determine so –

Name From To G W D L GF GA Win% Honours
Arthur Johnson 1910 1920 23 11 3 9 48 39 47.83 1 Copa del Rey
Juan de Cárcer 1920 1926 22 10 2 10 38 45 45.45
Pedro Llorente (Interim) 1926 1926 0 0 0 0 0 0
Santiago Bernabéu 1926 1927 8 5 0 3 31 15 62.5
José Berraondo 1927 1929 41 27 4 10 115 58 65.85
José Quirante 1929 1930 18 7 3 8 45 42 38.89
Lippo Hertzka 1930 1932 52 26 15 11 95 58 50 1 La Liga
Robert Firth 1932 1934 45 30 5 10 126 52 66.67 1 La Liga
Francisco Bru 1934 1941 118 71 13 34 290 152 60.17 2 Copa del Rey
Juan Armet 1941 Sep-43 46 23 7 16 96 72 50
Ramón Encinas Sep-43 May-45 84 45 15 24 199 126 53.57
Jacinto Quincoces May-45 Mar-46 35 18 10 7 70 37 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Baltasar Albéniz Mar-46 Apr-47 35 18 5 12 82 66 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Jacinto Quincoces Apr-47 Jan-48 17 5 4 8 32 41 29.41
Michael Keeping Jan-48 Oct-50 82 37 20 25 192 153 45.12 1 Copa Eva Duarte
Baltasar Albéniz Oct-50 Mar-51 16 7 2 7 41 37 43.75
Héctor Scarone Mar-51 Apr-52 48 25 10 13 113 73 52.08
Juan Antonio Ipiña Apr-52 May-53 34 21 2 11 82 57 61.76
Enrique Fernández May-53 10-Dec-54 50 31 8 11 126 60 62 1 La Liga
José Villalonga 10-Dec-54 Jun-57 105 66 14 25 269 141 62.86 2 La Liga
2 European Cup
Luis Carniglia Jun-57 19-Feb-59 68 48 11 9 178 58 70.59 1 La Liga
1 European Cup
Miguel Muñoz 21-Feb-59 13-Apr-59 9 5 2 2 31 9 55.56
Luis Carniglia 13-Apr-59 Jul-59 13 8 1 4 28 16 61.54 1 European Cup
Manuel Fleitas Jul-59 12-Apr-60 33 23 4 6 109 42 69.7
Miguel Muñoz 13-Apr-60 15-Jan-74 595 352 126 117 1,194 553 59.16 9 La Liga
2 Copa del Rey
2 European Cup
1 Intercontinental Cup
Luis Molowny 15-Jan-74 May-74 23 13 2 8 49 26 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
Miljan Miljanić May-74 07-Sep-77 134 67 36 31 231 150 50 2 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny 07-Sep-77 Jun-79 90 51 24 15 196 94 56.67 2 La Liga
Vujadin Boškov Jun-79 29-Mar-82 139 80 31 28 249 136 57.55 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny 29-Mar-82 30-Jun-82 6 4 1 1 11 7 66.67 1 Copa del Rey
Alfredo Di Stéfano 01-Jul-82 22-May-84 108 63 23 22 192 113 58.33
Amancio Amaro 22-May-84 16-Apr-85 47 19 13 15 69 52 40.43
Luis Molowny 16-Apr-85 30-Jun-86 61 39 7 15 137 67 63.93 1 La Liga
1 Copa de la Liga
2 UEFA Cup
Leo Beenhakker 01-Jul-86 30-Jun-89 169 107 40 22 357 158 63.31 3 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
2 Supercopa de España
John Toshack 01-Jul-89 19-Nov-90 64 41 15 8 161 56 64.06 1 La Liga
Alfredo Di Stéfano 21-Nov-90 22-Mar-91 21 9 3 9 32 22 42.86 1 Supercopa de España
Radomir Antić 22-Mar-91 27-Jan-92 39 27 6 6 84 32 69.23
Leo Beenhakker 27-Jan-92 29-Jun-92 28 14 7 7 47 27 50
Benito Floro 01-Jul-92 07-Mar-94 92 52 21 19 165 90 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Vicente del Bosque 07-Mar-94 30-Jun-94 12 5 2 5 24 23 41.67
Jorge Valdano 01-Jul-94 21-Jan-96 78 39 17 22 142 87 50 1 La Liga
Vicente del Bosque 21-Jan-96 24-Jan-96 1 1 0 0 5 0 100
Arsenio Iglesias 24-Jan-96 29-May-96 21 11 4 6 33 22 52.38
Fabio Capello 01-Jul-96 24-Jun-97 48 31 12 5 96 41 64.58 1 La Liga
Jupp Heynckes 25-Jun-97 28-May-98 53 26 15 12 92 55 49.06 1 Supercopa de España
1 UEFA Champions League
José Antonio Camacho 17-Jun-98 09-Jul-98 0 0 0 0 0 0
Guus Hiddink 15-Jul-98 23-Feb-99 34 19 4 11 73 48 55.88 1 Intercontinental Cup
John Toshack 24-Feb-99 17-Nov-99 37 19 9 9 73 62 51.35
Vicente del Bosque 17-Nov-99 23-Jun-03 233 127 56 50 461 267 54.51 2 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
2 UEFA Champions League
1 UEFA Super Cup
1 Intercontinental Cup
Carlos Queiroz 25-Jun-03 24-May-04 59 34 11 14 113 76 57.63 1 Supercopa de España
José Antonio Camacho 25-May-04 20-Sep-04 6 4 0 2 7 5 66.67
Mariano García Remón 20-Sep-04 30-Dec-04 20 12 4 4 37 18 60
Vanderlei Luxemburgo 30-Dec-04 04-Dec-05 45 28 7 10 83 45 62.22
Juan Ramón López Caro 04-Dec-05 01-Jun-06 24 12 9 3 41 25 50
Fabio Capello 05-Jul-06 28-Jun-07 50 28 12 10 91 55 56 1 La Liga
Bernd Schuster 09-Jul-07 09-Dec-08 75 44 9 22 156 100 58.67 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
Juande Ramos 09-Dec-08 01-Jun-09 27 18 1 8 53 34 66.67
Manuel Pellegrini 02-Jun-09 26-May-10 48 36 5 7 119 48 75
José Mourinho 31-May-10 01-Jun-13 178 128 28 22 475 168 71.91 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Carlo Ancelotti 25-Jun-13 25-May-15 119 89 14 16 323 103 74.79 1 Copa del Rey
1 UEFA Champions League
1 UEFA Super Cup
1 FIFA Club World Cup
Rafael Benítez 03-Jun-15 04-Jan-16 25 17 5 3 69 22 68
Zinedine Zidane 04-Jan-16 31-May-18 149 104 29 16 393 160 69.8 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
3 UEFA Champions League
2 UEFA Super Cup
2 FIFA Club World Cup
Julen Lopetegui 12 June 2018[3] 29-Oct-18 14 6 2 6 21 20 42.86
Santiago Solari 30-Oct-18 11-Mar-19 32 22 2 8 71 37 68.75 1 FIFA Club World Cup
Zinedine Zidane 11 March 2019[4] Present 97 57 21 19 172 92 58.76 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España

Top 5 Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers

5. Jose Villalonga

Jose Villalonga led Real Madrid to their second consecutive La Liga title in his first season in charge. That was from a man who started out as a physical education teacher to become the first coach ever to win the European Cup.

He found success with the likes of Alfredo di Stefano, Raymond Kopa, and captain Miguel Munoz to lift the holy grail of club football. He is still the youngest man to win the crown. He departed the club with a total of six trophies under his name.

Villalonga liked skilled and technical players, putting an emphasis on players’ fitness at the time.

4. Vicente Del Bosque

Vicente Del Bosque is a legendary figure in coaching, having won the World Cup with Spani and two European Championships. He coached some of the best attacking players in football history and managed their flair with the grit and engine of Steve McManaman, Geremi, and Claudio Makelele during the Galacticos era. His side was full of flair and creativity with Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, and Ronaldo in attack.

Del Bosque led the club to two Champions League titles in his first three seasons in charge. He also saw the club win 2 La Liga titles, a UEFA Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup.

3. Carlo Ancelotti

It was a real shame that Carlo Ancelotti was not allowed to stay on at Real Madrid beyond two seasons. The Italian boss took a Real team with an attacking line-up of Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo and delivered a treble.

2. Zinedine Zidane

Zinedine Zidane’s first stint at Real Madrid was nothing short of magical. With Cristiano Ronaldo leading the line and a team brimming with pace, the Frenchman led the Galacticos to three consecutive Champions League trophies.

During that period, Real played some exemplary football with some of the best cast in football.

1. Miguel Munoz

The Madrid native Miguel Munoz took on the job of head coach in April of 1960. He had a tough task of beating Barcelona’s dominant run that season both in the league and in Europe. His side beat the Catalan rivals 6-2 in the European Cup semi-finals on aggregate. He led the Galacticos to three more European Cup finals but won just one of them in 1966.

Munoz’s impact was legendary as he saw Los Blancos through a decade of domestic dominance, winning 5 consecutive La Liga titles and 8 in 10 seasons. He stressed on discipline and technical gameplay, definitely becoming one of Real Madrid most attacking managers ever.

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