Sir Walter Winterbottom 1946 - 1962
Sir Alf Ramsey 1963 - 1974
Joe Mercer 1974
Don Revie 1974 - 1977
Ron Greenwood 1977 - 1982
Sir Bobby Robson 1982 - 1990
Graham Taylor 1990 - 1993
Terry Venables 1994 - 1996
Glenn Hoddle 1996 - 1999
Kevin Keegan 1999 - 2000
Sven-Göran Eriksson 2001 - 2006
Steve McClaren 2006 - 2007
Fabio Capello 2008 - Current
Before 1946 the team was chosen by a board of selectors.
Excludes caretaker managers Peter Taylor and Howard Wilkinson, and quite right too.
Fabio Capello has the best record of wins, 80%. However he has only been in charge for 10 games.
After Capello, the best record is held by Alf Ramsey, 61.1% followed, surprisingly by Glenn Hoddle who won 60.7%. Ericson won 59.7%. So it seems that the best England can expect is to win about 60% of their matches.
Naturally, Kevin Keegan has the worst record, he won just, 38.9%.
Venables takes the record for hardest manager to beat, he has the lowest percentage of defeats, just 4.4%.
Steve McClaren is remembered as a clown but his record shows he won 50% of matches. What lets him down is that on average he lost the most games, 28%.