This table allows, at a glance, to see how
all of England's coaches/managers compare against each other after the same
amount of matches as the current coach/manager has played.
Comparing the Managers on their 44th match
Alf Ramsey's 44th match was the 1966
World Cup Final.
As only one manager has had a successful World Cup Final, the effort of the
remaining six managers who have reached 44 matches, would fail in
Roy Hodgson's team were victorious over Estonia and Gareth
Southgate's men were defeating Wales in an empty Wembley Stadium. Ron
Greenwood and Bobby Robson's side both scraped single-goal victories over
Hungary and Canada respectively.
Walter Winterbottom's side were beginning a European tour with a draw in Italy, and
Sven-Göran Eriksson's team were drawing in Austria.