11. David Moyes [39.25%] [P – 591, W – 232]
Teams Managed – Everton, Manchester United, Sunderland & West Ham United
Moyes succeeded Walter Smith as 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. 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 was then appointed manager of Man Utd prior to the 2013/14 campaign33 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. West Ham are playing brilliant football under Moyes. They finished last season in 6th place, earning qualification to Europe.
10. Nuno Santo [38.53%] [P – 109, W – 42]
Teams Managed – Wolverhampton Wanderers & Tottenham Hotspur
The ex-Wolves manager is known for giving a tough time to the Premier League big teams. His Wolves men defeated Man City’s title defending team two times in 2019-20. In his three PL seasons with Wolves, the team finished 7th, 7th and 12th. With him becoming the Spurs manager last summer, he will expect to do even better now.
9. Marcelo Bielsa [41.30%] [P – 46, W – 19]
Teams Managed – Leeds United
Bielsa was appointed as manager of the Championship club Leeds in 2018. He guided the club to promotion back to the Premier League in 2020 after a 16-year absence. He is an attack-minded manager and his team is among the best-attacking teams in the Premier League. With a strict purse, what he has done with the club is really appreciable. His start to this season has been below average but there is time to improve.
8. Mikel Arteta [45.45%] [P – 66, W – 30]
Teams Managed – Arsenal
Arteta was appointed as the manager of Arsenal in 2019, having previously worked as an assistant for Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. He has won 2 trophies with the North London club including FA Cup. His stats aren’t exactly great for a club like Arsenal but there is scope to improve. This season could make or break him.
7. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer [47.15%] [P – 123, W – 58]
Teams Managed – Cardiff & Manchester United
Solskjaer landed his first managerial role in the Premier League in January 2014 when he was announced as manager of Cardiff City, who were lying one point above the relegation zone. The Bluebirds were relegated after finishing 20th in the Premier League. His second stint in the English top-flight came when his former club, Manchester United, appointed him as their interim manager in Dec 2018. He did well as a caretaker manager and was awarded a three-year deal as Man Utd boss.
6. Claudio Ranieri [47.34%] [P – 226, W – 107]
Teams Managed – Chelsea, Leicester, Fulham & Watford
Claudio Ranieri did the unthinkable when he won the Premier League with Leicester in 2016. 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. He has also managed Chelsea and Fulham in the Premier League, with Watford being his fourth PL club.