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

6. Roberto de Zerbi (Brighton)

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Roberto De Zerbi replaced Graham Potter as Brighton’s manager on 18th September 2022. The Italian manager brought the best out of the team and the club secured their place in the Europa League. Roberto de Zerbi’s coaching style is among the best in the league and as a result, Brighton are continuously playing good attacking football.

5. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)

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After winning the treble last season, expectations were quite high from Manchester City, however, they have made a comparatively slower start. They are currently fourth in the Premier League but a club of such stature are very likely to come back stronger. They are probably the only club that enters as the favourites in every competition they participate in. It will be interesting to see how Manchester City are able to maintain the high standard they showcased last season.

4. Ange Postecoglou (Tottenham)

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When Postecoglou joined Celtic in 2021, he was hardly known in the United Kingdom. Since then, he has made a name for himself and was appointed as Tottenham’s manager in the summer. Under him, Spurs have made a decent start to the season, having earned 30 points in the first 16 games. Ange Postecoglou also won the Premier League Manager of the Month awards for August and September.

3. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)

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After a very poor last season, Liverpool have made a good start to the season, and are currently leading the Premier League table. They have come back from behind in many games, which shows the mentality of the club. This season will be a huge test for Klopp and his team.

2. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal)

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Arsenal came within the winning grasp of the Premier League last season but were ultimately derailed towards the end of the season. However, young guns like Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli, etc. came forward and established themselves in the league, and Arteta should be credited for that. They are currently second in the league table and are hoping to finish one position better this season.

1. Unai Emery (Aston Villa)

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Aston Villa looks like a different club under their Spaniard manager. He took over Stevan Gerrard in 2022 when the club was really struggling and managed to guide them to a top-seven finish. A season that started horrendously ended with Villa qualifying for the UEFA Conference League, nothing more than what Villa fans could have dreamt of. Villa have made a great start to this season as well, and are currently in third place after the first 16 games, as a result, we have Unai Emery as best manager in the league so far this season.

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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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