5 World Football Coaches Who May Have Lost Their Touch

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5 World Football Coaches Who May Have Lost Their Touch
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Soccer coaching can be a harsh career path.

Pep Guardiola won 13 trophies in four years at Barcelona, all while producing a quality of football that was the absolute pinnacle of the Beautiful Game.

He also aged visibly before our eyes, and was driven by the unrelenting pressure and stress to quit at the age of 40.

No doubt, the soccer world's most successful coach will be back after a soothing rest. Having bowed out at the top of his game, Guardiola's services will be more sought after than even the most brilliant of players.

But there are some talented football managers who perhaps should have followed Pep's example and quit while the going was good.

Because even for the best, things in soccer can go horribly wrong at any moment.

Here are five football managers who seem to have possibly lost their touch.

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