10. Arsene Wenger (21 titles)
The French coach has managed Monaco, Arsenal and Nagoya Grampus.
9. Giovanni Trapattoni (23 titles)
The Italian coached at Inter, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Red Bull Salzburg, Benfica and the Irish national team.
7. Pep Guardiola (25 titles)
He has been at Barcelona, Bayern Munich and currently manages Manchester City.
7. Jose Mourinho (25 titles)
He has made his way through clubs such as Porto, Chelsea, Inter, Real Madrid and Manchester United.
5. Luis Felipe Scolari (26 titles)
He's sat in the dugout for Gremio, Palmeiras, Al Qadsia, Bunyodkor, Guangzhou Evergrande, the Kuwait national team and the Brazilian national team.
5. Jock Stein (26)
He managed Dunfermline and Celtic.
4. Ottmar Hitzfeld (28 titles)
He coached at Aarau, Grasshopper, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and the Swiss national team.
3. Valeri Lobanovsky (30 titles)
He spent the majority of his career managing Dinamo Kiev. He was also at the helm for the USSR national team.
2. Mircea Lucescu (32 titles)
He managed Dinamo Bucarest, Rapid Vienna, Brescia, Galatasaray, Besiktas, Shakhtar Donetsk, Zenit and the national teams of both Romania and Turkey.
1. Alex Ferguson (49 titles)
The Manchester United legend who has also managed Saint Mirren and Aberdeen.