5. Mikel Arteta [55.45%] [P – 110, W – 61]
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 team has made a great start to the 2022-23 season and are currently on top of the Premier League table. This season could be a turning point in Arteta’s career.
4. Erik ten Hag [57.17%] [P – 14, W – 8]
Teams Managed – Manchester United
Erik ten Hag has made a decent start to his Premier League tenure with this club, Manchester United, sitting 5th in the table after 14 games. He has made some good addition to the squad and has handled Ronaldo’s controversy quite well. United fans will have high hopes from him.
3. Jurgen Klopp [63.23%] [P – 272, W – 172]
Teams Managed – Liverpool
Klopp became Liverpool’s coach in 2015 and guided them to the Premier League title for the first time ever in 2020. He also led the club to UCL glory the season before. He transformed the club from European place hopefuls to genuine title contenders. Klopp won the award for FIFA’s Best Men Coach in 2019 and 2020. He has done all that with a relatively modest budget.
2. Antonio Conte [64.70%] [P – 119, W – 77]
Teams Managed – Chelsea, Tottenham
Antonio Conte’s tenure in the Premier League began with Chelsea in 2016, where he won the Premier League in his first season. He won the FA Cup the following season beating Manchester United in the final. Conte was sacked in 2018 by Chelsea and returned to English football in 2021 with Tottenham. He helped Spurs to qualify for Champions League football in his first season there.
1. Pep Guardiola [73.96%] [P – 242, W – 179]
Teams Managed – Man City
Guardiola became the manager of Man City in 2016, replacing Manuel Pellegrini. So far, he has already won 11 trophies with the club including 4 PL titles and 4 League Cups. He has proved many doubters wrong by implementing his famous passing style of play in this league. Man City also became the first-ever team to reach 100 points in a Premier League season in the 2017-18 season. They also reached the final of the UCL in the 2020-21 season. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that City have the best coach in the world.