5. Jupp Heynckes
The old boy achieved so much that he couldn’t make his mind up whether to retire or not.
Heynckes enjoyed remarkable success in the dugout by leading Bayern Munich to a historic era of dominance in 2013. They’ve since made it seven consecutive Bundesliga titles.
The great German also led them to back-to-back Champions League finals in 2012 and 2013, with the club winning the latter on route to a stunning treble.
The former Real Madrid manager also worked his magic during a two-year stint at Bayer Leverkusen, where he restored Die Werkself’s Champions League status.
After coming out of retirement to lead Bayern to more glory in 2017/18, Heynckes left yet again for what he insists will be the final time.
Teams coached: Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen