11. Eddie Howe [33.18%] [P – 232, W – 77]
Teams managed – Bournemouth, Newcastle United
Eddie Howe is doing a fantastic job as Newcastle United’s manager. He joined the club in the 2021-22 season, when they were flirting with the relegation zone and led the club to safety with a respectable 11th-place finish. This season they have made a stronger start and currently sit third on the Premier League table. Before Newcastle, Eddie Howe managed Bournemouth in the Premier League.
In their first top-flight season, Howe led AFC Bournemouth to 16th place, and he earned safety for three more seasons in succession before his team finished 18th in 2019/20. He then left the club on mutual consent in Aug 2020.
10. Marco Silva [33.63%] [P – 110, W – 37]
Teams Managed – Hull City, Watford, Everton & Fulham
Marco Silva’s Premier League managerial journey began with Hull City in 2017. However, the club were relegated and Silva opted to leave the club. He then joined Watford and made a good start to the season, but following a poor spell, he was sacked in Jan, 2018.
Everton became his next club, and led the club to a eighth finish in first season, but was sacled the following season with the club languishing in the relegation zone. After a break from football, he joined the Championhip side Fulham and led them to a Premier League promotion with his free-flowing football.
9. David Moyes [38.99%] [P – 636, W – 248]
Teams Managed – Everton, Manchester United, Sunderland & West Ham United
Current West Ham manager David Moyes is the most experienced Premier League manager on this list, having managed 636 English top-flight matches. He became Everton’s manager in 2002, when they were just above the relegation zone on goal difference and led them to safety with a 15th place position. 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.
Moyes was then appointed manager of Man Utd prior to the 2013/14 campaign but was relieved of his duties in April of that season. He also managed Sunderland and West Ham(caretaker manager) before being appointed as West Ham manager in 2019. David Moyes has managed the club fairly well and has secured back-to-back European football for the Hammers.
8. Frank Lampard [41.11%] [P – 90, W – 37]
Teams Managed – Chelsea & Everton
A footballing legend, Frank Lampard’s managerial career in the Premier League began with Chelsea in 2019, having previously managed Derby County in the lower division. Lampard guided the Blues to a fourth-placed finish in his first season in charge, ensuring another UEFA Champions League campaign. Chelsea’s form dipped in the following season and Lampard was relieved off his duties in 2021.
He returned to management with Everton following the sacking of Rafa Benitez in January 2022. After a challenging campaign, Lampard successfully managed Everton to safety which included memorable victories over Manchester United and former club Chelsea.
7. Brendan Rodgers [45.81%] [P – 299, W – 137]
Teams Managed – Swansea City, Liverpool & Leicester City
Rodgers made his managerial debut in the Premier League with Swansea City in 2010. He guided the Welsh club to the Premier League in his first season after beating Reading in the Championship playoff final. After keeping Swansea up in 2011/12 with stylish football and shocking top teams such as Arsenal, Rodgers replaced Kenny Dalglish as manager of Liverpool.
With Liverpool, he came very close to winning the league in 2014, ultimately losing out to Manchester City. Rodgers claimed the LMA Manager of the Year award that season. He left the club after a poor run of form but returned to the league with Leicester City in 2019. He won the FA Cup with Leicester in 2021 and also won the following Community Shield.
6. Unai Emery [50.94%] [P – 27, W – 13]
Teams Managed – Arsenal & Aston Villa
Unai Emery is the current Aston Villa manager who has also managed Arsenal in the Premier League before. Unai Emery was appointed Arsenal’s manager in 2018, replacing Arsene Wenger after his 22 years as a manager at the club. He took the club to the final of Europa League final, but were eventually beaten by Chelsea. He was sacked in 2019 by the Gunners and following a successful stint with Villareal, he rejoined the Premier League with Aston Villa in Nov, 2022 replacing Steven Gerrard as head coach.