According to a study on the “BeSoccer Pro” account, his 69.6% wins in 23 games put him ahead of Nuno (65.2%) and Benítez (63%)
Xisco Muñoz made history in the tournament. In mid-December, Watford ranked fifth after scoring only 34 points in 20 games, and now The “Bumblebee” who is about to return to the prime minister.
A victory -Being 8 points ahead of Bournemouth, there are still three days away- Separate you from mathematics. His statistics are simply cruel: in the 24 games he played, he had 16 wins, 3 draws, 5 turnovers, 37 goals and 14 head-to-head matches.
In short, out of 72 possible outcomes, the perfect score is 54 points This makes Watford feasible, ranking second with 85 points, Still able to win the title from Norwich (90). In fact, they defeated the “Canary” (0-1) who had already completed the math promotion in the last round of Carrow Road.
Xisco has been selected as the “Best Coach” for English in February, but ‘BeSoccer Pro’ Go further. In fact, based on its extensive database and statistics, Point out that Xisco Muñoz is the coach with the highest winning percentage in tournament history People who have played at least 20 games.
Former Dynamo Tbilisi coach-before joining Watford, he won the Georgia League as an elite coach in the first 11 games-sThe winning percentage of 23 games reached 69.6% He has taught in Second English.
Outstanding coaches follow close behind. Nuno Espírito Santo accumulates 65.2% In 46 games in Wolverhampton Spaniard Rafa Benítez also accumulated 63% During his “Hell” (46 games) with Newcastle.The fourth is French Jean Tigana (Jean Tigana), his grade is 62.3% Won 53 bets.