Who is (or was) the best manager in the Euro 2016? Some candidates: -Chris Coleman (Wales): both great tactics and execution suitable for the players at his disposal+ team spirit. Does Coleman continue with Wales or is he ready for the big payday in the club management (i.g. as Wenger's successor at Arsenal) -Antonio Conte (Italy), has progressed all the time, starting with lower Italian clubs, then success with Juventus, and now doing well Italy and then heading to Chelsea. On his way to to be maybe one of the very top managers? -Joachim LÃ¶w (Germany), not really highly rated, but has delivered the results. -Vicente del Bosque (Spain), for years won everything, but the wheels came off during the past few years -Didier Deschamps (France), has had some success at club level, but the jury is still out. -Fernando Santos (Portugal), ultra pragmatist, but his career is more of nearly man than a great winner -Lars LagerbÃ¤ck (Iceland), almost totally managed only national teams, and done quite well considering their the countries (Sweden and Iceland). Could he at some point gotten a better job in club management to follow on the footsteps of say Svennis Eriksson? -Michael O'Neill (N.Ireland): still young enough to carve himself a good career after unexpected success with N.Ireland. I left out likes of Terim and Hodgson who most likely won't get much support despite having some success in the past.