The nominees for The Best FIFA Men's Coach of 2018 have been announced with Zinedine Zidane amongst the 11 up for the prestigious prize.
Klopp will not be a favourite for the award as one of Champions League winner Zinedine Zidane and World Cup winner Didier Deschamps are expected to be voted as the winner.
Cherchesov's nomination marks a stunning turnaround after the coach went into the World Cup as a much-maligned figure in the national press, with fears the team would suffer embarrassment at the tournament after heading into it as the lowest-ranked team and on a winless run stretching seven games.
The likes of former Brazil worldwide Ronaldo and ex-England boss Fabio Capello sat on the panel who decided the nominees.
Also among those named was Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic, who guided his nation to a first-ever World Cup final in Russian Federation.
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Diego Simeone took Atletico Madrid to Europa League glory, the Spanish side beating Marseille 3-0 in France. For their exploits at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Croatia's Zlatko Dalic, Russia's Stanislav Cherchesov and Belgium coach Roberto Martinez also made the shortlist.
Four women and six men are part of the 10-candidate list for the women's coach of the year award.
From these names, chosen by a panel of experts, the top three who will be voted for by fans, journalists, coaches and national team captains, will attend a gala night in London on September 24th where the victor will be revealed.
Both shortlists will be reduced to three finalists in early September, ahead of the award ceremony later that month. Have your say in the comments section below.