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Default Coaches who stole the thunder at World Cup


The world has got its new football champions Spain. The football extravaganza has left back so many moments some to cherish, some worth forgetting.

And while the football stars hogged the limelight for different reasons, some of the coaches made sure they had their moments too willingly or unwillingly.

We take a look at the top 10 coaches who made their way to the headlines.


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Diego Maradona: So what if his team crashed out in the quarterfinals, there is no way any other coach could be more popular than Diego Maradona. Agreed he wasn't the best coach at the World Cup but he captured everyone's imagination with his animated and colorful self.
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Oscar Tabarez: Oscar Tabarez turned Uruguay from a team that was known for dirty football into an attacking outfit. Uruguay, a country of just 3.5 million, upstaged all its South American rivals at this World Cup.
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Joachim Loew: Joachim Loew impressed everyone after he made a clinical German team play some free flowing football. Germany's president Christian Wulff said he would award Loew the country's Federal Cross of Merit for taking the national team to third place at the World Cup.
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Vicente Del Bosque: Spain had already won the Euro 2008 title when he took over as their coach after the retirement of Luis Aragones, and many thought he was lucky to have a well-built team at disposal.

Unlike other coaches, he likes to stay in background quietly. But he has made this team from just a team to a close-knit group. Apart from winning the title, it is noteworthy how the star-studded Spanish team was one of the most disciplined team. And the credit definitely goes to Del Bosque.
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