Premier League is sanctified by many intelligent coaches. All the intricate tactics they develop are very clinical for their team. 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 12 games in the Premier League.
Here are the Premier League managers ranked on win percentage.
18. Scott Parker [18.60%] [P – 43, W – 8]
Teams Managed- Fulham
Scott Parker played 128 matches for Fulham before his retirement in 2017, then in February 2019, he was named the caretaker manager of Fulham. He helped the team to achieve promotion by winning the EFL Championship playoffs. He was then given a permanent 2-year contract. The team is right now at the 18th position in the Premier League just one spot above the relegation territory.
17. Graham Potter [22.53%] [P – 71, W – 16]
Teams Managed – Brighton & Hove
Potter managed Östersund and Swansea before becoming the manager of Brighton in 2019. The English coach has a progressive and unorthodox coaching style. He prefers possession-based attacking football. He has quite a tremendous success story with Swedish club Ostersunds FK promoting them from 4th tier Swedish football to top division and leading them to the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League knockout stage. Brighton are above the relegation zone for now, but they’ll have to work harder to remain in the league.
16. Steve Bruce [28.07%] [P – 463, W – 130]
Teams Managed – Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic, Sunderland, Hull City & Newcastle
The former Manchester United man has not won any silver wear in his managerial career but he is a veteran of English football and has been managing in England since 1998. Bruce joined the top tier of English football as manager of Birmingham City, having guided them to promotion in the 2001/02 campaign. He kept the Blues in the Premier League for four consecutive seasons before relegation in 2006. Birmingham quickly returned in the following campaign under Bruce’s management.
He further managed Wigan Athletic, Sunderland and Hull City in the Premier League before joining Newcastle in 2019. The Magpies are currently sitting in 16th place in the league and will aim to stay in the top flight.
15. Sean Dyche [30.04%] [P – 223, W – 67]
Teams Managed – Burnley
Sean Dyche is the longest-serving manager in the Premier League, having been in charge of Burnley since October 2012. Burnley’s Premier League finishes since their most recent promotion have been 16th, 7th, 15th, and 10th under Sean Dyce. With such little resources, he has done a rather convincing job with the club, keeping them in the top flight. The manager also guided the Clarets to the Europa League qualification in 2018. The team was in danger of being relegated, being in the relegation zone in December but the boss man pulled them out of that position.
14. Dean Smith [31.42%] [P – 70, W – 22]
Teams Managed – Aston Villa
Lifelong Aston Villa supporter Dean Smith was appointed the club’s head coach in October 2018 and secured promotion to the Premier League through the playoffs seven months later. After finishing 17th last season Dean Smith’s team looked dead and buried but they have been a completely different and far a better side this season. The coach looks a lot sharper and has been managing the team very well since the restart that is why they are right now at 11th place in the Premier League table.
13. Sam Allardyce [33.45%] [P – 532, W – 178]
Teams Managed – Bolton, Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham, Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Everton & West Brom
Allardyce made his managerial bow in the Premier League with Bolton Wanderers, where he spent much of his playing career. On 16 December 2020, Allardyce was appointed manager of West Bromwich Albion on an 18-month contract after Slaven Bilić was sacked with the club 19th in the Premier League table. Four months later, the team is still 19th in the league with relegation nothing but confirmed.
In 2021, Allardyce was described by Pep Guardiola as a genius for his ability to save clubs from relegation. But it seems like even he won’t be able to save West Brom from relegating this year.
12. Roy Hodgson [33.79%] [P – 355, W – 121]
Teams Managed – Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Liverpool, West Brom & Crystal Palace
Hodgson is a very experienced manager who has managed 16 different teams in eight countries including the Switzerland National team, which he guided to the last 16 of the 1994 World Cup. In 2017 the England-born was appointed as the manager of his boyhood club Crystal Palace. The Eagles finished the 2018–19 season with 49 points, their best-ever total in a single Premier League campaign.