Talent and youth are never at odds, a maxim that has been being demonstrated throughout the years. If we applied to football, specifically to the bench, we as the average age has been declining over the decades. The image of that veteran chandal of old methods and philosophies of those before, It has given way to new generations of talented youngsters eager to prove himself leading a team of elite. A) Yes, we can see how in the Spanish League and the Bundesliga, the average barely reaches 47 years. We tell you who the youngest coaches in Europe.
It is the competition in Europe with the average age lower, around 46 years. Hertha coach, Paul de Dardi 38 years, Markus Weinzierl del Ausburgo con 40, Pep Guardiola with Bayern 44 and Jürgen Klopp of Dortmund 47 are good examples of a link where the 60 % coaches do not pass the 45.
The second league with younger coaches. We can find coaches like that Sergio Espanyol 38 years, He is younger than for example Juanfran, still active and captain of Levante. Victor Sanchez directs the Depor with 38 while Gaizka Garitano with 39, goes to Eibar while Nuno with only 41, He takes the reins of one of the cockerels League, Valencia. With the 45 We find coaches like Javi Gracia, Cholo Simeone Paco Jemez and Luis Enrique who will end the season with 45 Years old. On the opposite side we can find the two oldest of the League by a wide margin occupy this place. Abel Resino of Granada and Real Madrid Carlo Ancelotti, They are with 55 years the oldest coaches in the league.
Precisely 55 is the average age in the Premier League bet most experienced technicians to their bench. The English championship is a tournament you can find old “dinosaurs” as Wenger 65 years, Van Gaal the 63 and Pellegrini 61 and uplifting and much the average age in the Premier. Even so, we can find on the opposite side to Liverpool with Brendan Rodgers 42, Pochettino Tottenham with 43, Sean Dyche of Burnley 44 and the youngest of all, Garry Monk from Swansea who has only 36 years.