NYON: England’s Gareth Southgate and Belgium’s Roberto Martinez are the two Euro 2020 managers named among the judges for the UEFA Man of the Match award after every Champions League knockout stage game.
The European federation’s so-called ‘technical observers’ at each tie will decide who shpuld be hailed for his “roles in decisive moments, tactical maturity, creativity and inspiration, exceptional skill and fair play.”
Republic of Ireland goalkeeper; made over 600 appearances for Celtic (1978–98).
Ex-AC Milan, Atlético and Romania right-back; coached Romania (2017–19).
Athletic Club and Real Madrid central defender; more recently a coach in England.
The Republic of Ireland’s most-capped player (146 appearances) and international top scorer (68 goals).
Current Belgium coach; successful in England with Swansea, Wigan and Everton.
Highly-regarded Spanish youth team coach; led La Roja to U17 and U19 successes.
Ex-Manchester United and England defender/midfielder; current England women’s boss.
Austrian coaching expert; current sporting director of the Israel national team.
England manager since 2016; England defender/midfielder from 1995–2004.