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10 Greatest Premier League Managers Of All Time

6. Claudio Ranieri

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Claudio Ranieri was the man behind Leicester City’s fairy tale run in the 2015-16 season where they won the Premier League with a 10-point lead. Sure the regular title contenders had an inconsistent season, but Ranieri took advantage of that and won his first Premier League title with The Foxes. Claudio Ranieri has a win percentage of 44.44 with Leicester City and his dream run makes him one of the greatest managers in Premier League history.

5. Jurgen Klopp

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Liverpool fans must be eternally grateful to Jurgen Klopp as he turned the fortunes of the club of their hearts. He has made some excellent signings which directly contributed to the success of Liverpool in Europe. His three top signings; Virgil Van Dijk, Alisson Becker, and Mohamed Salah proved to be monumental in winning the silverware for The Reds.

His use of full-backs, for creativity, has helped his team score a plethora of goals. He ended Liverpool’s 30-year drought as they comprehensively won the Premier League in the covid-hit 2019-20 season. With a win percentage of 59.6, he is one of the greatest premier league managers of all time.

4. Arsene Wenger

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There is no doubt that Arsene Wenger is one of the greatest Premier League managers. The impact he left on the Gunners is monumental, to say the least. Arsenal attained “The Invincibles” status in the 2003-04 season where they went the entire season without losing a single game. The only thing lacking in his managerial career is the lack of silverware in European football. Arsenal lost the Champions League final in 2006 to FC Barcelona. He has an astonishing 57.2 win percentage as the Arsenal manager which is quite astonishing.

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Nisarg Desai

Freelance Football Writer & Arsenal Fan, Infatuated to Obscure Premier League knowledge.

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