All World Cup winners have their weaknesses.
The French team who lifted the trophy in 1998 lacked a world-class striker. Current holders Italy also struggled to score goals and relied on their defensive prowess to win the title.
Even the great Brazilian teams of the past have had dodgy goalkeepers or sloppy defenders.
But there is one department where weakness cannot be overcome if a team wishes to win a World Cup: the coach.
All the past champions have been led by a great coach so it is highly likely that the team that lifts the trophy in Soccer City Stadium on July 11 will too.
Find out if this includes your favorites as we rank each coach of the 32 nations competing for this summer’s World Cup.