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The 2023-24 Premier League Managers Ranked From Worst To Best

A manager’s role is very crucial to a team’s success. If the manager is unable to effectively utilise his players, even if you have a strong team, you could still go trophyless. Premier League managers face the extra burden of operating in one of the toughest and most watched football leagues in the world. Here, we have the 2023-24 Premier League Managers Ranked from worst to best to get an idea of how teams have fared in the season so far.

20. Paul Heckingbottom (Sheffield United) – Sacked

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Heckingbottom joined Sheffield United as under-23s in 2020. He even handled the first team on an interim basis before becoming the permanent manager of the club in November of 2021. He led the team to the Premier League after finishing in the top two in the Championship last season. He was relieved of his duties in December 2023, after the team just earned 5 points in the first 14 Premier League games.

19. Vincent Kompany (Burnley)

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Manchester City legend Vincent Kompany became the manager of the club in June 2022, and led the club to the Championship title in his first season at the club. Burnley have played some great attacking football under him and will be interesting to see how they perform this term. So far, they have only secured 8 points in the first 16 matches, which is very disappointing.

18. Rob Edwards (Luton Town)

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Rob Edwards only became the manager of the club in November 2022 and went on to achieve promotion with the club in the play-off final against Coventry City. They also have not made the ideal start to the season, having won just 2 of the first 16 games.

17. Steve Cooper (Nottingham Forest)

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Nottingham Forest made significant financial investments in an effort to maintain their Premier League standing, and although appearing to be in danger of being fired during the season, Cooper helped the team finish the season in 16th place and were secure. This season, so far, they have secured 14 points in the first 16 matches.

16. Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace)

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Roy Hodgson’s rehiring by Crystal Palace in March was controversial among many supporters. However, after winning five and drawing three of his 10 matches, he saved the team from relegation and won over the fans. He agreed to continue with the club for the 2023-24 season, and so far has earned 16 points in the first 16 games.

15. Andoni Iraola (Bournemouth)

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Iraola replaced Gary O’Neil as the manager of the club in the summer, a move which definitely raised eyebrows. Iraola spent the last three years with Rayo Vallecano where he helped them gain promotion to La Liga before followed by two mid-table finishes. So far, this season they have earned 19 points in the first 16 matches, which can be deemed very respectable.

14. Gary O’Neil (Wolves)

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Former Bournemouth manager, Gary O’Neil became Wolves manager ahead of the 2023-24 season replacing Julen Lopetegui. So far, he has done a decent job and beating defending Champions Manchester City was the pick of them all. The club is currently in 14th place with 19 points in 17 games.

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One thought on “The 2023-24 Premier League Managers Ranked From Worst To Best

  • Lopetegui’s not at Wolves anymore. Hasn’t been there all season.

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