Last Manager Role
Laurent Blanc currently has one of the most cushty jobs in world football - the manager of Paris Saint-Germain. At his disposal the Frenchman has an abundance of the world's best players, but while domestic dominance has come at a canter, it's excelling in Europe which is the club's main priority.
Blanc stepped into the managerial arena with Bordeaux in 2007, and wen on to lead his troops to a league and cup double, plus back-to-back successes in the Trophee des Champions.
Blanc's success in three seasons in southwestern France saw him bag the France national team job in 2010, leading the club through to Euro 2012, although they lost out to rivals Italy in the quarter-finals.
Blanc replaced Carlo Ancelotti at PSG in the summer of 2013 and has since significantly boosted his trophy cabinet, with a hat-trick of Ligue 1 and Trophee des Champions titles, a brace of French Cups, and one League Cup.
|Paris Saint Germain||172||126||31||15||73.3||25 Jun 2013 - 27 Jun 2016|
|France||27||16||7||4||59.3||2 Jul 2010 - 30 Jun 2012|
|Bordeaux||150||90||28||32||60||8 Jun 2007 - 16 May 2010|