Top Managers in Premier League History

They came, they managed, they conquered and left behind an unmatched legacy

Let us be honest with you. In 400 words, how do we write about all the legendary managers in the history of the Premier League? Therefore, in the very beginning; we should like to apologize for naming only a few. We wish we could write about all the illustrious names but in limited words, these are the few names we could pick. Also, kindly note that this list is not a ranked list and therefore, the names have been placed one after the other randomly. So, who are some of the top managers in the Premier League history?

Sir Alex Ferguson- Sir Alex Ferguson joined Manchester United in 1986. It was a club that had not won a league title in 26 long years. However, in the inaugural Premier League season of 1992/93, Sir Alex Ferguson changed that. In five years, he led Manchester United to four league titles. From 1986 to 2013, Sir Alex Ferguson won 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, two Champions League. In 26 years as a manager of Manchester United, he picked up 38 trophies.

Arsene Wenger- Three titles in 21 years may not seem like a major achievement but let us enlighten you about the deeds of the great Wenger. He is the first manager in Premier League to change the eating habits of the players. He is also the first manager to bring foreign talents to the Premier League and rely on them. There are many more such things he did because of which, Premier League got modernized. His contribution to football will remain unmatched forever. Oh, and did we mention? In 2003/04, his Arsenal did not lose a single game.

Jose Mourinho- We know he did not do great things with Manchester United and recently, he was sacked by Tottenham Hotspur for his terrible management. However, his time with Chelsea was a special period when the Blues soared high as Mourinho led them to three titles and several other trophies.

Claudio Ranieri- He is on this list for only one reason and that is because of his heroics in 2016. Leading a middle table club like Leicester City to the Premier League title is not a walk in the park. He broke the hegemony of the top four clubs and became a legend.

Some other names we should like to address here are Jurgen Klopp, Antonio Conte, and Pep Guardiola.

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