5. Brendan Rodgers [48.54%] [P – 241, W – 117]
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.
4. Carlo Ancelotti [55.46%] [P – 128, W – 71]
Teams Managed – Chelsea & Everton
Ancelotti has been a top-class manager for such a long time. He won the Premier League with Chelsea back in 2009-10 and has returned to the Premier League again in 2019 to manage Everton. The Toffees have been doing a quite good job under the guidance of Carlo and with the arrival of players like James Rodriguez, Allan, and Abdoulaye Doucoure their squad has been boosted significantly. Don Carlo has won a great number of trophies in his illustrious career and a trophy with Everton would be one of his best achievements.
3. Thomas Tuchel [57.14%] [P – 14, W – 8]
Teams Managed – Chelsea
Relatively a newcomer in the Premier League, Tuchel has only managed a handful of games. However, his impact can already be seen on the club. He has guided Chelsea into the FA Cup final, beating Manchester City in the semis. They are also in the UCL semis, where they are locking horns with Real Madrid. A silverware in his debut season with Chelsea will be great for Tuchel.
2. Jurgen Klopp [61.86%] [P – 215, W – 133]
Teams Managed – Liverpool
Klopp guided Liverpool to the Premier League title for the first time ever. He also led the club to the UCL glory the season before. He transformed the club from European place hopefuls to genuine title contenders. Klopp won the award for the FIFA’s Best Men Coach in 2019 and 2020.
1. Pep Guardiola [74.05%] [P – 185, W – 137]
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 2 PL titles and 5 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. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that City have the best coach in the world.