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Ranking the Managerial Success of England’s Golden Generation After Sol Campbell's Macclesfield Exit

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England’s Golden Generation may have failed to live up to their potential on the international stage, with quarter finals being their greatest achievement, but as individuals they had prolific domestic careers.

So, without further ado, here's how England’s Golden Generation’s managerial efforts rank against one another.



The seven who feature on this list who have gone on to manage sides won a combined total of 82 major trophies as players, including eight Champions Leagues and 35 Premier League titles.



The 11-time Premier League winner’s reign at League 2 side Oldham Athletic lasted just 31 days.

Their World Cup success also gained Great Britain qualification to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Japan, with Neville being appointed as manager for that competition.

The only one so far to have tried again for international success.

An honourable mention is given to Wayne Rooney, the only member of the Golden Generation still playing, with his player-coach role at Derby starting in January 2020.
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