Gareth Southgate has made history at Euro 2020, becoming just the second manager to lead England to a major tournament final. 

Southgate replaced Sam Allardyce in September 2016 and has helped transform the England squad and their fortunes in the last five years.

We’ve ranked every England manager since 1946 by their win percentage. Note: We’ve not included managers who took charge of less than 10 England games.

14. Kevin Keegan

Games: 18
Wins: 7
Win rate: 38.9%

13. Graham Taylor

Games: 38
Wins: 18
Win rate: 47.4%

12. Terry Venables

Games: 23
Wins: 11
Win rate: 47.8%

11. Don Revie

Games: 29
Wins: 14
Win rate: 48.3%

10. Bobby Robson

Games: 95
Wins: 47
Win rate: 49.5%

READ: 17 of the best quotes on Sir Bobby Robson: ‘He is immortal’

9. Steve McClaren

Games: 18
Wins: 9
Win rate: 50%

8. Walter Winterbottom

Games: 139
Wins: 78
Win rate: 56.1%

7. Roy Hodgson

Games: 56
Wins: 33
Win rate: 58.9%

READ: What would you do boss? I’d f*ck off! – Roy Hodgson is nothing like you think

6. Sven-Goran Eriksson

Games: 67
Wins: 40
Win rate: 59.7%

5. Rob Greenwood

Games: 55
Wins: 33
Win rate: 60%

4. Glenn Hoddle

Games: 28
Wins: 17
Win rate: 60.7%

READ: Glenn Hoddle: England’s bad luck with refs is due to Geoff Hurst’s goal in ’66

3. Alf Ramsey

Games: 113
Wins: 69
Win rate: 61.1%

2. Gareth Southgate

Games: 60
Wins: 39
Win rate: 65%

1.  Fabio Capello

Games: 42
Wins: 28
Win rate: 66.7%


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