Ranking The 2022-23 Premier League Managers From Worst To Best

11. Jesse Marsch (Leeds United)

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Jesse Marsch is another manager who might as well playing on thin ice given Leeds United’s performance this season. After barely escaping relegation in the 2021-22 season, Jesse Marsch was heavily backed in the transfer window. The highlight of their season so far has been their 2-1 win over Liverpool at Anfield. However, apart from that, it really has been a below-average performance. Leeds are currently in 15th position with 7 defeats in 14 matches to their name.

10. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)

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Now this name comes as a surprise, doesn’t it? A manager who always fights for the league finds himself so far down the list? Well, that’s the kind of season Liverpool have had so far. After a dreadful start, Liverpool have found their rhythm as they have climbed up to the 6th spot. Liverpool enjoyed a decent winning run with three wins on the trot. They would look to carry the momentum on once the Premier League resumes.

9. Erik Ten Hag (Manchester United)

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Erik Ten Hag, is probably the most controversial and boldest manager we have in the league. It is not easy to manage big-name players like Cristiano Ronaldo, but he did it professionally even though he knew the consequences. He has turned Manchester United into a club that puts on a fight and we have seen the improvements from last season. They have so far managed to beat the table-toppers, Arsenal, and their long-term rivals, Liverpool. Manchester United are currently sitting 5th in the league and might just return to the UEFA Champions League next season.

8. Thomas Frank (Brentford)

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Thomas Frank has been excellent for Brentford and the project under him is moving in the forward direction which adds to his resume. They have put on some insane performances in the season as they have defeated both the Manchester clubs and managed to draw against Chelsea. They are currently placed 10th in the league and would be looking forward to moving up as the season progresses.

7. Graham Potter (Brighton)

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Graham Potter started the season for Brighton and did an excellent job which also reflects in the points table as they are 7th in the league. However, following the departure of Thomas Tuchel from Chelsea, Graham Potter has now joined The Blues as their manager where he will be faced with a bigger challenge. Chelsea have struggled this season but if Graham Potter continues the same way he did for Brighton, things are going to turn around for Chelsea.

6. Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace)

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Crystal Palace had the toughest fixtures to kick off the Premier League. They had to face Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City in their first 4 games of the season. They failed to win a single game, but they managed to hold Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at Anfield. Crystal Palace’s season could have become worse given their tough fixtures, but they held their ground and managed to pass through the storm with slight damage.

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