There will be some tears when the game finishes tonight, but that shouldn’t stop us from having some fun too.
Our writer Jacob Whitehead has ranked the fashion sense of all 32 managers at the World Cup, including Lionel Scaloni and Czeslaw Michniewicz.
For Michniewicz, Jacob highlights his that have a low-key Dr Martens energy. A thicker sole feeds the soul.
Michniewicz is not scared to mix things up game to game. He knows his shoes are a winner so kept them in his locker, but after wearing a navy suit and tie for the opener he was then in a dugout opposite Herve Renard and that self-ironing white shirt.
Michniewicz had to step things up and wore a light grey suit instead.
Whether or not you support this look, we have to respect he has brought more than one suit to this World Cup and is preparing to wear them all instead of having just one on repeat. He is your boss’s boss who you never really see and he has a different suit for each day of the week.
On Scaloni, Jacob adds how, along with his backroom staff, they are all dressed alike. They are in this together and wear the same tracksuit bottoms with an Argentina-embossed exercise top to go with it.
Check out their matching Ultra Boost trainers, too. They are part of the COPA World Cup collection by Adidas.
Also, at 44, doesn’t West Ham old boy Scaloni look like he could still make the bench for the team?