France Football’s ‘top 50 managers of all-time’ list has caused quite a stir. Fans have been left stunned after France Football released a list of the top 50 football managers of all-time – and put Arsene Wenger below Jurgen Klopp. The Arsenal legend was also below Diego Simeone, while Jose Mourinho was left out of the top ten. Live stream the 2019 Hyundai A-League on KAYO SPORTS. Every game of every round live & anytime on your TV or favourite device. Get your 14 day free trial > Arsene Wenger was ranked five places behind Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp Sir Alex Ferguson missed out on the top spot despite lifting 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, five League Cups and two Champions League titles. The Manchester United veteran came in at second place below legendary Dutchman Rinus Michels, the creator of Total Football. READ MORE ‘EVERYTHING WAS ABOUT FERGIE’: ZLATAN DISHES DIRT ON UTD’S ‘STRUGGLES’ 1-14 The late boss, who died in 2005 aged 1977, took the crown following a 32-year managerial career that saw him win the European Cup with Ajax, La Liga with Barcelona and the European Championship with Holland in 1988. But it was Arsene Wenger’s exemption from the top 30 that caused the biggest stir on social media. 15-25 The Frenchman guided Arsenal to three Premier League titles, seven FA Cups and five Community Shields during his 22-year reign. But he was named five places behind Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp – who came in at 27th behind Bob Paisley. One fan replied: “Simeone and Klopp above Wenger is criminal. Rinus is a legend but Fergie has to be No1. This list is wrong on so many levels.” 26-39 French outlet France Football put together the list of the top 50 based on trophies won, influence on the game, their personality and how it influenced managers who followed. Wenger was also ranked behind the likes of Diego Simeone (31) Zinedine Zidane (22), Louis Van Gaal (18) and Brian Clough (15). Mourinho’s reputation took a knock when he was axed by United in December after a shocking start to the season. But fans are convinced that the Special One has achieved enough to deserve his spot in the top ten. One fan brutally said: “Jose not in the top ten and Pep in the top five? Clowns.” Guardiola came in at fifth with Johan Cruyff at fourth and Arrigo Sacchi ahead of them both in third place. But one set of fans that will not argue with the list will be Leeds supporters after Marcelo Bielsa was named at number 48 – ahead of Antonio Conte. One furious Twitter user wrote: “Bielsa has been named on a list of top-50 managers EVER? This must be a joke.” This story originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.