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

9. Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace)

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After the somewhat controversial sacking of Patrick Vieira, Rodgson took over the role of Crystal Palace’s manager. Under him, the club has won 5 of the 10 Premier League matches, accumulating 18 points in the process. Under him, Eze and Olise have both flourished, something Vieira never fully accomplished.

8. Erik Ten Hag (Manchester United)

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The 7-0 thumping of Manchester United by Liverpool couldn’t have come at a worse time for the team, as they were just looking to challenge for the title after winning the league cup. Still, Erik Ten Hag has turned Manchester United into a club that puts on a fight and we have seen the improvements from last season. They have also managed to secure the Champions League spot and are in the finals of the FA Cup.

7. Marco Silva (Fulham)

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Surprise, surprise, Marco Silva is here! But it really isn’t, given how the season fared for his team. They have played neck-to-neck with anyone that has come their way, they played entertaining football. Fulham even went close to breaking into Europe before a mini-wobble ended their chances. They finished their season in 10th place, not bad for a Premier League new-comers.

6. 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 smashed their previous season’s points tally and were the only team to do a league double over Champions Manchester City.

5. Unai Emery (Aston Villa)

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Aston Villa looks like a different club under their Spaniard manager. He took over Stevan Gerrard when the club was really struggling and has managed to guide them to a top 7 finish. A season that started horrendously have ended with Villa qualifying for UEFA Conference League, nothing more than what Villa fans could have dreamt of.

4. Roberto De Zerbi (Brighton)

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Roberto De Zerbi replaced Graham Potter as Brighton’s manager on 18th September. The Italian manager brought the best out of the team and the club has secured their place in the next season’s Europa League. Brighton’s playing style is among the best in the league and as a result, clubs are queueing up to tempt De Zerbi away from the Amex this summer.

3. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal)

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Arsenal came within the winning grasp of the Premier League but were ultimately derailed towards the end of the season. However, Arsenal can look for positives in the season, where young guns like Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli, Jesus, Zinchecnko etc have come forward and established themselves in the league.

2. Eddie Howe (Newcastle United)

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Eddie Howe was exceptional throughout the season and used the players to their full potential. Sure, the investment from the new owners has helped the team massively, but it is of no use if the manager isn’t able to use them to their full potential. Newcastle defeated Spurs and Chelsea and drew against Manchester City and Manchester United. Howe also took them to the final of the League Cup. They also qualified for the Champions League next season.

1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)

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As expected, Pep Guardiola is at the no.1 spot and his job has become easier with Erling Haaland at his service. They are the only club that enters as the favourites in every competition they participate in. Having wrapped up the Premier League title, they still have two trophies to play for; The FA Cup final and the Champions League final.

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