Premier League Managers Ranked By Their Win Percentage

In this article we have ranked the current Premier League managers by their all time win % in this league. We have only included managers who have managed more than 20 games in the Premier League.

Here are the Premier League managers ranked by their win percentage –

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18. Chris Hughton [ 24.77% ]


Teams  managed in PL -Newcastle United, Norwich City and Brighton & Hove Albion

Chris Hughton joined Newcastle United as first team coach in 2008, and, following their relegation, became caretaker manager. He led Newcastle back to the Premier League by winning the Championship in his first season in charge  and thus secured the permanent managerial position. In that season Hughton lost only four of 46 league matches and remained unbeaten at St. James’ Park.

Newcastle and Hughton parted ways in December 2010 and was out of management until June 2011 where he took charge of Birmingham City. Hughton managed Birmingham City for a single season, leading them to fourth place in the league, before joining Norwich City in June 2012.

In April 2014 he was sacked by Norwich City with the Canaries just one place and five points above the bottom three. He then became the manager of Brighton in Dec 2014 and in the 2016-17 season he led Brighton to the Premier League for the first time in the club’s history thanks to a second place finish in the Championship. Overall he has managed 109 games in the English top flight, winning 27 of them.

17. Eddie Howe [ 28.72% ]


Teams managed in the PL – AFC Bournemouth

Eddie Howe has been a Premier League manager since the 2015/16 season after guiding AFC Bournemouth to promotion in the previous campaign.

In their first top-flight season, Howe led AFC Bournemouth to 16th place ,which was followed by an impressive 9th place finish in the 2016-17 season. He was voted manager of the month for March 2017. So far he has managed 94 games and won 27 of them.

16. Sean Dyche [ 28.72% ]

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Teams managed in PL – Burnley

Sean Dyche became the manager of Burnley in October 2012 and he guided the club to second position in the 2013/14 Championship season to automatically promote the Clarets to the Premier League. Their spell in the top flight lasted only a single season, as they were relegated with two games to spare.

However ,he guided the club to an immediate Premier League return after lifting the Championship trophy in the 2015/16 campaign. The following season Burnley finished 16th in the Premier League and ensured at least one more season in the English top flight. He has managed 94 games in the league and won 27 of them.

15. Paul Clement [36.17% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Swansea City

Paul Clement’s Premier League managerial journey began with Swansea City when he was appointed their head coach on 3 January 2017, with the club in the relegation zone having sacked their second manager of the season, Bob Bradley.

In his first month in charge, Clement received the Manager of the Month award after three victories in four matches. Under his guidance, Swansea won 26 points from 18 games and ultimately secured their Premier League status. He has managed 37 games and won 12 of them so far in the Premier League.

14. Marco Silva [ 33.3% ]


Teams managed in the PL – Hull City, Watford

On 5 January 2017, Silva was appointed as the head coach of Hull City until the end of the season, replacing Mike Phelan who was sacked with the side bottom of the Premier League.

An upturn in Hull’s results followed for the team bottom at Christmas, including a long unbeaten run at home.

However, the club were relegated with one match to spare, with Hull announcing Silva had opted to leave his position at the KCOM Stadium on 25 May 2017. Two days later, Watford announced Silva as Walter Mazzarri’s replacement at Vicarage Road.

Under him Watford has made a decent start to the season, picking up 22 points from the first 18 games. He has won 12 of the 36 games he’s managed in the league with Hull and Watford.


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13. Sam Allardyce [34.15%]

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Sam Allardyce is the manager of Everton, his seventh Premier League club – a competition record. Allardyce made his managerial bow in the Premier League with Bolton Wanderers, where he spent much of his playing career.

He led the club to promotion out of the First Division via the play-offs in 2001, as well as a League Cup final and UEFA Cup qualification.

In 2007 he was appointed Newcastle United manager after eight successful years with Bolton and although he parted company with the Magpies in January 2008, he was back in management in the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers the next season.

Allardyce managed Blackburn Rovers for a two-year spell from December 2008. He was appointed West Ham United manager in June 2011, leading the club to promotion out of the Championship via the play-offs in 2012, before leaving West Ham in May 2015 after criticism from fans over his playing style.

He was appointed Sunderland manager in October 2015 and saved the club from relegation. He was appointed as manager of the English national team for a brief spell in July 2016, before taking charge at Crystal Palace five months later. After avoiding relegation with Crystal Palace in his first season, he announced his resignation in May 2017. He took charge at Everton six months later. He has won 168 of the 492 games that he has managed in the Premier League.

12. Roy Hodgson [ 34.35% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Liverpool , West Bromwich Albion and Crystal Palace

Hodgson’s time in the Premier League began with Blackburn Rovers in 1997. Blackburn finished sixth in 1997/98, as Hodgson won Premier League Manager of the Month on two occasions, but he left the club after that season.

Hodgson then went overseas and managed various clubs before returning to the league with Fulham in 2007. The Cottagers were destined for relegation from the Premier League before a run of twelve points from the final five matches of the season kept Fulham up. The 2008/09 season was a contrast to the previous season as Fulham finished seventh, their highest Premier League position.

In the next campaign, Fulham reached the Europa League final after knocking out holders Shakhtar Donetsk, Juventus and German champions Wolfsburg. Two days prior to losing in the final to Atletico Madrid, Hodgson was voted the 2010 LMA Manager of the Year.

Liverpool appointed Hodgson as their new manager in the summer of 2010, however he left the club by mutual consent in January 2011.

Hodgson was announced as the head coach of West Bromwich Albion a month later and he successfully guided the club away from the threat of Premier League relegation, repeating the feat in 2011/12.

He then became England’s manager and managed them from May 2012 to June 2016. On 12 September 2017, Crystal Palace announced Hodgson as Frank de Boer’s replacement. He has won 79 of the 230 games he’s managed in the Premier League.

11. Mark Hughes [ 35% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Blackburn Rovers, Manchester City, Fulham, QPR and Stoke City

Hughes started his Premier League managerial career in 2004 with Blackburn. He led Rovers to three top-ten finishes in the Premier League on the spin before taking charge of Manchester City in 2008.

Manchester City finished eighth in the 2008/09 campaign before he was replaced by Roberto Mancini in December 2009.

On 29 July 2010, Hughes became the new manager of Fulham, following the departure of Roy Hodgson to Liverpool. In the 2010/11 campaign, he led them to eighth place in the table, qualifying for the UEFA Europa League as a result.

Following his resignation from Craven Cottage in the summer of 2011, Hughes was appointed as manager of Queens Park Rangers in January 2012. He successfully guided the club to Premier League safety in the 2011/12 campaign but left in November 2012, taking a short absence from football.

Hughes was appointed as manager at Stoke ahead of the 2013/14 campaign and guided them to three consecutive 9th place finish in his first three seasons followed by a 13th place finish in 2016-17. Mark Hughes’ managed teams have won 154 matches out of 440 in the Premier League.

10. Alan Pardew [35.29%]

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Teams managed in the PL – West Ham, Charlton Athletic, Newcastle United, Crystal Palace and West Brom

Alan Pardew is the current head coach of West Bromwich Albion, his fifth Premier League club.

His managerial career in the Premier League started with West Ham United in the 2005/06 season, a couple of years after taking over the club when they were in the Championship.

He gained promotion with the Hammers through the Championship play-offs and immediately led his side to ninth place and the 2006 FA Cup final, which they lost in a penalty shoot-out to Liverpool.

Pardew departed West Ham in December 2006 and took over at Charlton Athletic shortly afterwards, but was unable to help the Addicks avoid relegation from the Premier League in the 2006/07 season.

After a spell in charge of Southampton in League One, Pardew returned to the top level of English football with Newcastle United, guiding the Magpies to 12th in the 2010/11 campaign.

As manager of Newcastle, Pardew won both the Premier League Manager of the Season and the LMA Manager of the Year awards for the 2011–12 season after guiding the Magpies to European football for the first time since the club’s return to the Premier League.

He then became Crystal Palace manager but was dismissed after a poor run of form. Almost a year later, West Brom announced Pardew as Tony Pulis’ successor at the Hawthorns. He has 108 out of 306 games in the Premier League.


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9. Claude Puel [36.17%]

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Claude Puel was appointed as Leicester City manager on 25 October 2017. He previously managed for one complete season in the Premier League, with Southampton in 2016/17.

Under the Frenchman’s guidance, Southampton reached the final of the EFL Cup, losing to Manchester United. Saints ended the 2016/17 Premier League season in eighth position, but Southampton announced the termination of Puel’s contract prior to pre-season.

Puel returned to the Premier League as Craig Shakespeare’s successor at Leicester. Puel has managed 47 games in the Premier League and won 17 of them.


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8. David Moyes [39.13%]

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Teams managed in PL – Everton, Manchester United, Sunderland and West Ham

Moyes became manager at Everton in March 2002. He took over the Merseyside club when they were above the relegation zone on goal difference and led them to safety with a 15th place position.

An impressive transformation of the club’s fortunes followed and they finished seventh in Moyes’ first full season in charge. In the 2004/05 campaign, Everton finished ahead of Merseyside rivals Liverpool in fourth position, their highest ever Premier League finish to date, and secured UEFA Champions League qualification as a result.

Moyes established the Toffees in the top seven of the Premier League from 2006/07 onwards and led the side to UEFA Europa League qualification on three occasions.

He succeeded Sir Alex Ferguson as manager of Manchester United for the 2013-14 season, but was sacked after 10 months. Moyes subsequently managed Real Sociedad in La Liga but was sacked after just under a year in charge. In July 2016, Moyes replaced Sam Allardyce as manager of Sunderland. In April 2017, Sunderland’s relegation to the EFL Championship was confirmed, and Moyes resigned a month later.

David Moyes was appointed as West Ham United manager on 7 November 2017. He has made a good start with West Ham. So far he has managed 506 games in this league and won 198 of them.

7. Mauricio Pochettino [ 49.46% ]

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Teams managed in the PL –  Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur

Mauricio Pochettino became Southamton’s manager in January 2013 and he registered wins over reigning Premier League champions Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea. The following season was even more successful as Pochettino guided them to an eighth-placed finish, their highest league position since 2002–03, while also recording their highest points tally since the Premier League began in 1992–93.

In May 2014 ,he became the manager of Spurs and  led them to a fifth-place finish in his first season. The following season was even better as Spurs finished third and qualified for UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2010/11.

His achievements earned a new five-year deal in May 2016. In 2016-17, he led Spurs to second-place finish, their best ever in the Premier League. He has managed 186 games in the Premier League and won 92 of them.

6. Jurgen Klopp [ 51.16% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp got his chance to manage in the Premier League when he took over at Liverpool in October 2015. In his first season in-charge of the club, Klopp guided Liverpool to the final of League Cup as well as the UEFA Europa League , however, they lost both. They finished eighth in the table.

The following season Liverpool secured Champions League football for next season as they finished fourth in the league table. Klopp was voted manager of the month for September 2016. So far he has managed 86 games in this league and won 44 of them.

5. Rafael Benítez [ 52.48% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Liverpool,Chelsea and Newcastle

Current Newcastle United manager, Rafael Benítez has previously managed Liverpool and Chelsea in the Premier League.

Benitez became Liverpool’s manager in 2004 and guided the club to victory in the UEFA Champions League in 2005. He also won the FA Cup in 2006 and reached the 2007 Champions League Final, but was unable to win the Premier League, with Liverpool’s best league performance under Benítez a second-place finish in 2008–09.

After leaving Liverpool he managed Inter Milan before returning to the Premier League as Chelsea’s interim manager. In November 2012, he was appointed manager of Chelsea for the remainder of the season and he won the 2013 Europa League.

He then managed Napoli and Real Madrid before becoming Newcastle United’s manager in March 2016 in an attempt to save ‘The Magpies’ from relegation.

Benitez was unable to help the club avoid relegation from the Premier League to the Championship, but a swift return to the top flight followed as Newcastle secured the Championship title on the final day of the 2016/17 season.

He has won an impressive 148 of the 282 matches that he has managed in the Premier League.


4. Arsene Wenger [ 57.80% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Arsenal

Arsene Wenger is currently the longest-serving active Premier League manager, managing Arsenal since October 1996. He did not take long to adapt to life in English football and guided Arsenal to their first Premier League title in the 1997/98 season.

He repeated the feat once again in the 2001/02 season before making history in 2003/04, as his side went unbeaten throughout the entire league campaign on the way to sealing a third Premier League crown.

The Frenchman has added seven FA Cup triumphs to his collection with the Gunners – the most of any manager – and was voted Manager of the Year in 1998, 2002 and 2004. He was also voted manager of the month in 15 occasions. He has won 463 of the 800 games that he has managed in the Premier League.


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3. Jose Mourinho [ 63.80% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Chelsea, Manchester United

Mourinho started his Premier League career in London when he was named manager of Chelsea in June 2004. In his first campaign at Stamford Bridge in 2004/05, Chelsea won their first top-flight title for 50 years with a record haul of 95 points. They retained the Premier League title a year later and won the FA Cup and the League Cup twice with Mourinho in charge.

He left Chelsea in 2007 but returned again to the Blues on 3 June 2013. In his first season back at Stamford Bridge, Mourinho guided Chelsea to third place and four points away from the title winners, Manchester City.

The 2014/15 campaign saw Mourinho secure a third League Cup triumph as well as a third Premier League title for him. However, things changed the following season with the Blues in 16th place and one point above the relegation zone, Mourinho was sacked in December 2015.

In May 2016, Mourinho signed a three-year deal as manager of Manchester United. In his first season with United ,he won the League Cup and Europa League. Jose Mourinho has won 171 of the 268 games that he has managed in the Premier League.

2. Pep Guardiola [ 71.43% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Manchester City

Pep Guardiola’s Premier League career began in 2016 when he was appointed Manchester City’s manager replacing Manuel Pellegrini. City under Pep started the season strongly but ultimately could only finish third. Guardiola won his first ever derby as his side beat Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford in September 2016. Pep Guardiola was voted manager of the month for February 2017.

Manchester City has started 2017-18 season strongly, winning 17 of the first 18 Premier League games and currently sit 11 point clear at the top. Guardiola was voted the Manager of the September, October and November as his team continue to tear down opponents. So far Pep has managed 56 games and won 40 of that.


1. Antonio Conte [ 75% ]

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Teams managed in the PL – Chelsea

Antonio Conte’s PL career began when he became Chelsea’s manager for the 2016-17 season. His first season was highly successful as he won the Premier League.

On 13 January 2017, Conte became the first manager in history to win three consecutive Manager of the Month awards when he won the awards for October,November and December. He was also voted the manager of the season for 2016-17.

Chelsea also set a new Premier League record for the most wins in a single season, with 30 league victories out of 38 league matches. Conte has won 42 of the 56 games that he has managed in the Premier League.



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