J.League Manager of the Year

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J.League Manager of the Year is an annual award given to one manager by the J.League based on their performance during the season. In the past, the award usually went to the manager of the champions, though this has varied somewhat over the years. From 2017, the award was modified so that the Manager of the J.League champion wins the J.League Champion Manager of the Year, and a separate J.League Manager of the Year award is given to a Manager from each of the J.Leagues (J1, J2 and J3). The list below reflects the award for J1 League Manager of the Year award only.

Winners[edit]

Year Manager Club Nationality
1993 Yasutaro Matsuki Verdy Kawasaki  Japan
1994 Yasutaro Matsuki Verdy Kawasaki  Japan
1995 Arsène Wenger Nagoya Grampus Eight  France
1996 Nicanor Kashiwa Reysol  Brazil
1997 João Carlos Kashima Antlers  Brazil
1998 Osvaldo Ardiles Shimizu S-Pulse  Argentina
1999 Steve Perryman Shimizu S-Pulse  England
2000 Akira Nishino Kashiwa Reysol  Japan
2001 Masakazu Suzuki Júbilo Iwata  Japan
2002 Masakazu Suzuki Júbilo Iwata  Japan
2003 Takeshi Okada Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
2004 Takeshi Okada Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
2005 Akira Nishino Gamba Osaka  Japan
2006 Guido Buchwald Urawa Red Diamonds  Germany
2007 Oswaldo de Oliveira Kashima Antlers  Brazil
2008 Oswaldo de Oliveira Kashima Antlers  Brazil
2009 Oswaldo de Oliveira Kashima Antlers  Brazil
2010 Dragan Stojković Nagoya Grampus  Serbia
2011 Nelsinho Baptista Kashiwa Reysol  Brazil
2012 Hajime Moriyasu Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2013 Hajime Moriyasu Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2014 Kenta Hasegawa Gamba Osaka  Japan
2015 Hajime Moriyasu Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2016 Masatada Ishii Kashima Antlers  Japan
2017 Yoon Jong-hwan Cerezo Osaka  South Korea
2018 Mihailo Petrović Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo  Serbia

Wins by Club[edit]

# Club Winners
1 Kashima Antlers 5
2 Kashiwa Reysol 3
2 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3
4 Júbilo Iwata 2
4 Shimizu S-Pulse 2
4 Tokyo Verdy 2
4 Yokohama F. Marinos 2
4 Nagoya Grampus 2
4 Gamba Osaka 2
10 Urawa Red Diamonds 1
10 Cerezo Osaka 1
10 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 1

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