Time at Club
Jorge Sampaoli moved back into the dugout with Sevilla in June 2016, following his decision to quit his post at Chile in January. The Argentine's reputation soared during his four-year tenure in charge of La Roja, and he is now bidding to win trophies back in club management.
Sampaoli managed Chile between 2012 and 2016, leading his troops through to the last-16 of the 2014 World Cup - where they lost to hosts Brazil - before memorably hoisting the Copa America in 2015 for the first time in the country's history.
The Argentine, who was nominated for the 2015 Fifa Coach of the Year, has frequently been linked with a move to the Premier League, most recently with Chelsea, but for the time being he remains out of work.
The energetic and explosive tactician favours a high-pressing, aggressive, possession based approach to the beautiful game, something he used to devastating effect with Chile.
The progressive coach has experienced a lot since venturing into the managerial arena back in the mid-1990s, and you can expect him to continue to make waves in the near future.
|Sevilla||0||0||0||0||0||27 Jun 2016 - Present|
|Chile||42||27||6||9||64.3||22 Nov 2012 - 19 Jan 2012|
|Universidad de Chile||118||71||28||19||60.2||15 Mar 2010 - 22 Nov 2012|
|Emelec||11||3||2||6||27.3||1 Jan 2010 - 1 Dec 2010|
|Sporting Cristal||--- Unknown ---||1 Jan 2007 - 5 May 2007|
|Coronel Bolognesi||--- Unknown ---||1 Jul 2006 - 31 Dec 2006|
|Coronel Bolognesi||--- Unknown ---||1 Jan 2004 - 31 Dec 2005|
|Sport Boys||--- Unknown ---||1 Jan 2003 - 31 Dec 2003|
|Juan Aurich||--- Unknown ---||1 Jan 2002 - 31 Dec 2002|