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Top 10 Best Premier League Managers Right Now (2022/23)

The English Premier League (EPL) is one of the premier European football leagues in the world.  It is the top level of the English Football League System. 20 clubs participate in the league and it runs from August to May with each team playing 38 matches. Most of the games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. 

The Premier League is also the most watched sports league in the world. Manchester City are the current Champions of the Premier League.  Managers are key in the day to day running of a club.

From training, team selection to player acquisition, they are involved in every major decision making process around building a team. Managers are required to have a UEFA Pro License. Arsene Wenger is the longest serving manager in Premier League. He was in charge of the Arsenal from 1996 to 2017-18 season. Sir Alex Ferguson is the most successful manager in the history of the Premier League with 13 league titles.

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Top 10 Best Premier League Managers 2022/23:

Here is the list of Top 10 managers in the Premier League right now :

10) Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta has already won the FA Cup with Arsenal but after a difficult 2020/21 season, he’s shown signs of what he wants Arsenal to look like going forward. He has some big tests ahead of him after failing to make the top-4 last year despite coming so close. The Spaniard just about makes it to the top-10 of this list. 

9) Thomas Frank 

According to many, he should’ve been manager of the year. Brentford, despite offering the lowest wages in the league, did not just survive but thrived in the Premier League because of the leadership under Thomas Frank. The Dane has been the perfect figurehead for the highly modern setup at Brentford, 

8) Graham Potter 

Graham Potter looks set for a big move eventually. The Englishman has many admirers at the top clubs and is known for his possession-heavy style of football. His Brighton side often enjoy a higher share of possession than even Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City and his 9th placed finish with Brighton just goes to show that the hype surrounding him is very real. 

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7) David Moyes

David Moyes

David Moyes has had to work hard over the years to gain his reputation back after a disastrous spell at Manchester United and with West Ham, he’s shown just why he got the United job almost a decade ago in the first place. He’s made them a top 7 team for the last years, punching above their weight, just like he did with Everton in the noughties. The Scott has built one of the most powerful sides in the league and will be hoping all his good work can materialize in some silverware soon. 

6) Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers has done a great job at Leicester City, who are now considered the best of the rest in the Premier League. Finishing 8th in the league at Leicester just goes to show how much the expectations have changed at the King Power Stadium since his arrival. He’s time at Liverpool was a mixed one but he remains one of the top coaches in the game and in the Premier League. 

5) Erik ten Hag

The Dutchman has the herculean task of managing Manchester United. For now, his reputation is intact after a fantastic period with Ajax in Amsterdam. Ten Hag’s dominance of the Eredivisie, along with his exploits in the Champions League, got the wider world to notice Ajax again. He’s known for playing an extremely attacking brand of football and will be hoping he can revive another giant in Manchester United. 

4) Thomas Tuchel

Thomas Tuchel

Thomas Tuchel’s reputation as a perfectionist has grown in the last couple of years and was cemented with his Champions League triumph with Chelsea. A master at analyzing the opposition and preying on their weaknesses, Tuchel’s widely considered one of the best cup managers in the world, taking Chelsea to 4 cup finals despite not even completing two full seasons with the club. 

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3) Antonio Conte 

No one has won more league titles in the big-5 leagues over the last decade bar Pep Guardiola than Antonio Conte. He’s also the last manager to have won the Premier League while Klopp and Guardiola were around. The Italian has now changed the fortunes of a struggling Tottenham Hotspur by getting into the top-4 with many believing that they’ll be serious contenders for the Premier League title next season. 

2) Jurgen Klopp

 Jurgen Klopp

The German’s been the key to Liverpool’s renaissance in the last couple of years. He has formed a healthy rivalry with Guardiola, making this the era of the Premier League all about Liverpool and Manchester City’s rivalry. Despite winning only 1 Premier League title since his arrival at Anfield, Klopp’s three 90+ point seasons and three Champions League final appearances, including one winners medal, highlight just how dominant Liverpool have been in the last few years. 

1)Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola is widely considered one of the greatest managers of all time. He is most well-known for his remarkable stint with Barcelona from 2008-12 but has found success at other super clubs like Bayern Munich and Manchester City. He has won 4 Premier League titles during his 6 years at the Etihad along with a lot of cups. As long as Guardiola is around, Manchester City will remain the team to beat in the Premier League. 

 

 

Who are the best managers in the English Premier League 2022?

 

Manager

Team

Pep Guardiola

Manchester City

Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool

Antonio Conte

Tottenham Hotspur

Thomas Tuchel

Chelsea

Erik Ten Hag

Manchester United

Brendan Rodgers

Leicester City

David Moyes

West Ham United

Graham Potter

Brighton

Thomas Frank

Brentford

Mikel Arteta

Arsenal

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