The Premier League has arguably the best managers in the world.
Along with Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel, England’s top flight has three of the best tactical minds in the sport and the quality continues to trickle down to every level of the division.
In fact, Manchester United legend Gary Neville has even gone so far as to attribute this management quality as the reason for the Premier League’s top performances in Europe this season.
The world-class managers of the Premier League
According to the Daily Mail, Neville remarked, “The big difference is the managers. We have absolutely amazing managers in this league. Pep Guardiola is a genius.
“Jurgen Klopp is absolutely exceptional. Tuchel in six months, what he did at Chelsea is out of this world. Pochettino, what he did at Tottenham has been an incredible performance as a coach.
“I would say that for me it proves that if we can keep the best managers in the world in this country we will be successful. It is important that everyone understands how important managers are in football.”
Match reaction Chelsea 0-1 Arsenal (Football Terrace)
Who is the best manager in the Premier League?
Power on that Gary and if there’s one added advantage to the Premier League that has so many top executives, it’s the debate around who really is the best manager in the division.
With levels ranging from ‘and we’ll never see him again …’ to ‘manager of the year’, it’s a fascinating and inevitably divisive look at the 24 coaches who have switched arms this season. .
Premier League managers ranked
It’s worth noting that Allcott, who so often analyzes statistics in pristine detail, openly admitted his decisions were guttural, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Tuchel’s positions were shaken by his viewers.
However, disclaimers aside, you can check out Allcott’s full video below and keep scrolling for a breakdown of his final Tiermaker picks:
And we never saw him again …
Smelly the place
It is good but is it good?
Nuno Espirito Santo
Improved performance (good)
Nominated Manager of the year
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Kobe Tong of GIVEMESPORT says
Oof. You know there are going to be angry Premier League fans out there right now.
For the most part, I will readily admit to agreeing with Allcott because I think it is indisputable that Guardiola and Moyes profited and thrived, while Mourinho and Bruce scored and failed.
However, I have a few notes because I think it’s incredibly hard to suggest that Klopp has ‘stinky of the place’ at Liverpool this season and that he remains, for me, one of the best managers in the world. .
Allcott argues that Klopp deserves a fair share of the blame for the Reds’ plight, which I don’t necessarily disagree with, but there were simply too many mitigating factors for me to rub salt in his injuries.
With injuries sweeping the Anfield squad, especially in defense, I don’t think you can put Klopp in the same category as managers who failed their clubs in mediocrity in the middle of the table.
Otherwise Allardyce would have to drop a few stakes and Rodgers deserves the top spot, but at the end of the day it’s the Premier League and you’re just a few games away from moving up or down the ranks.