Honestly this is getting increasingly more difficult in the current state of football. Almost all trophies are won by a select few big clubs these days. In England it's usually Us, City, Chelsea or well Arsenal and Liverpool with the "minor" trophies. The only managers to break that mold in recent years are bascially Simeone, Klopp and Ranieri. So it's rather rare that managers outside of the dominating teams win anything in the big leagues and Europe. Admittedly the season where Ranieri won the league he should have done it. I guess what I'm trying to say is that if you hire a manager as a top club you need to look at more than just the trophies he has won. Do you think his philosophy matches the clubs philosophy, does he have the work ethic to improve, how does he chose his staff, is he respected in the community and so on. Because if we don't do that at some point the top teams will just keep swapping managers among each other until they are too old.