Top 5 Worst Real Madrid Managers Of All Time

Some Of The Worst Real Madrid Managers In History!

Top 5 worst Real Madrid managers? Who is Real Madrid’s worst coach ever? Here we will look at the worst ever Real Madrid managers. Which managers have performed the worst for Real Madrid? Which Real Madrid managers flopped? Here we will examine the stats and look at who the Top 5 worst Real Madrid managers are.

Real Madrid have had some great managers over the years. Carlo Ancelotti, Jose Mourinho and Vicente del Bosque and so on. But Real Madrid have had some bad managers too.

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 –

Information correct as of the match played on 6 May 2023. Only competitive matches are counted.

Manager Nat. From To G[A] W D L GF GA Win%[B] Honours
Arthur Johnson Ireland 1910 1920 23 11 3 9 48 39 47.83 1 Copa del Rey
Juan de Cárcer Spain 1920 1926 22 10 2 10 38 45 45.45
Pedro Llorente (Interim) Spain 1926 1926 0 0 0 0 0 0
Santiago Bernabéu Spain 1926 1927 8 5 0 3 31 15 62.50
José Berraondo Spain 1927 1929 41 27 4 10 115 58 65.85
José Quirante Spain 1929 1930 18 7 3 8 45 42 38.89
Lippo Hertzka Hungary 1930 1932 52 26 15 11 95 58 50.00 1 La Liga
Robert Firth England 1932 1934 45 30 5 10 126 52 66.67 1 La Liga
Francisco Bru Spain 1934 1941 118 71 13 34 290 152 60.17 2 Copa del Rey
Juan Armet Spain 1941 September 1943 46 23 7 16 96 72 50.00
Ramón Encinas Spain September 1943 May 1945 84 45 15 24 199 126 53.57
Jacinto Quincoces Spain May 1945 March 1946 35 18 10 7 70 37 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Baltasar Albéniz Spain March 1946 April 1947 35 18 5 12 82 66 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Jacinto Quincoces Spain April 1947 January 1948 17 5 4 8 32 41 29.41
Michael Keeping England January 1948 October 1950 82 37 20 25 192 153 45.12 1 Copa Eva Duarte
Baltasar Albéniz Spain October 1950 March 1951 16 7 2 7 41 37 43.75
Héctor Scarone Uruguay March 1951 April 1952 48 25 10 13 113 73 52.08
Juan Antonio Ipiña Spain April 1952 May 1953 34 21 2 11 82 57 61.76
Enrique Fernández Uruguay May 1953 10 December 1954 50 31 8 11 126 60 62.00 1 La Liga
José Villalonga Spain 10 December 1954 June 1957 105 66 14 25 269 141 62.86 2 La Liga
2 UEFA Champions League
Luis Carniglia Argentina June 1957 19 February 1959 68 48 11 9 178 58 70.59 1 La Liga
1 UEFA Champions League
Miguel Muñoz Spain 21 February 1959 13 April 1959 9 5 2 2 31 9 55.56
Luis Carniglia Argentina 13 April 1959 July 1959 13 8 1 4 28 16 61.54 1 UEFA Champions League
Manuel Fleitas Paraguay July 1959 12 April 1960 33 23 4 6 109 42 69.70
Miguel Muñoz Spain 13 April 1960 15 January 1974 595 352 126 117 1,194 553 59.16 9 La Liga
2 Copa del Rey
2 UEFA Champions League
1 Intercontinental Cup
Luis Molowny Spain 15 January 1974 May 1974 23 13 2 8 49 26 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
Miljan Miljanić Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia May 1974 7 September 1977 134 67 36 31 231 150 50.00 2 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny Spain 7 September 1977 June 1979 90 51 24 15 196 94 56.67 2 La Liga
Vujadin Boškov Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia June 1979 29 March 1982 139 80 31 28 249 136 57.55 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny Spain 29 March 1982 30 June 1982 6 4 1 1 11 7 66.67 1 Copa del Rey
Alfredo Di Stéfano Argentina 1 July 1982 22 May 1984 108 63 23 22 192 113 58.33
Amancio Amaro Spain 22 May 1984 16 April 1985 47 19 13 15 69 52 40.43
Luis Molowny Spain 16 April 1985 30 June 1986 61 39 7 15 137 67 63.93 1 La Liga
1 Copa de la Liga
2 UEFA Europa League
Leo Beenhakker Netherlands 1 July 1986 30 June 1989 169 107 40 22 357 158 63.31 3 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
2 Supercopa de España
John Toshack Wales 1 July 1989 19 November 1990 64 41 15 8 161 56 64.06 1 La Liga
Alfredo Di Stéfano Argentina 21 November 1990 22 March 1991 21 9 3 9 32 22 42.86 1 Supercopa de España
Radomir Antić Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 22 March 1991 27 January 1992 39 27 6 6 84 32 69.23
Leo Beenhakker Netherlands 27 January 1992 29 June 1992 28 14 7 7 47 27 50.00
Benito Floro Spain 1 July 1992 7 March 1994 92 52 21 19 165 90 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Vicente del Bosque Spain 7 March 1994 30 June 1994 12 5 2 5 24 23 41.67
Jorge Valdano Argentina 1 July 1994 21 January 1996 78 39 17 22 142 87 50.00 1 La Liga
Vicente del Bosque Spain 21 January 1996 24 January 1996 1 1 0 0 5 0 100.00
Arsenio Iglesias Spain 24 January 1996 29 May 1996 21 11 4 6 33 22 52.38
Fabio Capello Italy 1 July 1996 24 June 1997 48 31 12 5 96 41 64.58 1 La Liga
Jupp Heynckes Germany 25 June 1997 28 May 1998 53 26 15 12 92 55 49.06 1 Supercopa de España
1 UEFA Champions League
José Antonio Camacho Spain 17 June 1998 9 July 1998 0 0 0 0 0 0
Guus Hiddink Netherlands 15 July 1998 23 February 1999 34 19 4 11 73 48 55.88 1 Intercontinental Cup
John Toshack Wales 24 February 1999 17 November 1999 37 19 9 9 73 62 51.35
Vicente del Bosque Spain 17 November 1999 23 June 2003 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 Portugal 25 June 2003 24 May 2004 59 34 11 14 113 76 57.63 1 Supercopa de España
José Antonio Camacho Spain 25 May 2004 20 September 2004 6 4 0 2 7 5 66.67
Mariano García Remón Spain 20 September 2004 30 December 2004 20 12 4 4 37 18 60.00
Vanderlei Luxemburgo Brazil 30 December 2004 4 December 2005 45 28 7 10 83 45 62.22
Juan Ramón López Caro Spain 4 December 2005 1 June 2006 24 12 9 3 41 25 50.00
Fabio Capello Italy 5 July 2006 28 June 2007 50 28 12 10 91 55 56.00 1 La Liga
Bernd Schuster Germany 9 July 2007 9 December 2008 75 44 9 22 156 100 58.67 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
Juande Ramos Spain 9 December 2008 1 June 2009 27 18 1 8 53 34 66.67
Manuel Pellegrini Chile 2 June 2009 26 May 2010 48 36 5 7 119 48 75.00
José Mourinho Portugal 31 May 2010 1 June 2013 178 128 28 22 475 168 71.91 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Carlo Ancelotti Italy 25 June 2013 25 May 2015 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 Spain 3 June 2015 4 January 2016 25 17 5 3 69 22 68.00
Zinedine Zidane France 4 January 2016 31 May 2018 149 104 29 16 393 160 69.80 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
3 UEFA Champions League
2 UEFA Super Cup
2 FIFA Club World Cup
Julen Lopetegui Spain 12 June 2018[3] 29 October 2018 14 6 2 6 21 20 42.86
Santiago Solari Argentina 30 October 2018 11 March 2019 32 22 2 8 71 37 68.75 1 FIFA Club World Cup
Zinedine Zidane France 11 March 2019[4] 27 May 2021 114 69 25 20 207 104 60.53 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
Carlo Ancelotti Italy 1 June 2021[5] Present 106 75 14 17 231 95 70.75 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
1 UEFA Champions League
1 UEFA Super Cup
1 FIFA Club World Cup

Top 5 Worst Real Madrid Managers Of All Time

Here are the 5 worst Real Madrid managers ever –

5. Arsenio Iglesias (January 1996 to June 1996)

Deportivo La Coruna’s wonderful spell earned Arsenio Iglesias a route to top level management at the Bernabeu. He saw through his first stint, putting up title challenges with a weak Galacticos team across three years.

He was recalled from retirement in 1996 to bring back a side languishing at sixth in the La Liga. Iglesias did not improve things, taking over from Jorge Valdano and instead saw Real get knocked out of the European Cup by Juventus. Real finished the season without European football for the first time in 19 years.

4. Juan Ramón López Caro

Not everybody was on board with Juan Caro’s appointment. He only had experience managing Real’s B side and was called up to replace Vanderlei Luxeburgo. The Galacticos got knocked out of the Champions League by Arsenal, lost 6-1 to Mallorca in the Copa del Rey and finished 12 points behind rivals, Barcelona in the La Liga.

3. Mariano García Remón

Mariano Remon never had the tools to take on Real Madrid’s hot seat. Los Blancos bosses turned to him when Jose Camacho was sacked in hopes of seeing the squad improve. Long story short, he lived up to coach Real for the shortest period in history, lasting for only 101 days.

2. José Antonio Camacho

Jose Camacho lasted 23 days as Real’s boss in 1998 and then was brought back in 2004. His second stint did not go any different with a humiliating 3-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen in his third game in charge. He did not have the love of the players as Roberto Carlos went public with his criticism of the coach.

1. Julen Lopetegui

Julen Lopetegui probably was one of the worst appointments in Real Madrid’s history. He was sacked as the Spanish head coach right before the 2018 World Cup.

Lopetegui’s reign was never gonna go off smoothly after that beginning the season with a shocking 4-2 defeat to Atletico Madrid. Then he also oversaw the club through a disastrous 5-1 loss in the El Clasico. After 12 months, he was relieved of his services after which Zinedine Zidane arrived for his second stint.

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