The Premier League offers us one of the most exciting contests of football. Here are some of the best Premier League managers of all time.
Sir Alex Ferguson
No adjective would be sufficient to properly describe Sir Alex Ferguson who is clearly the best Premier League manager. No other manager’s achievements could come close to what he has achieved for his club Manchester United. He spent 26 years of his life with Manchester United winning an incredible 38 trophies for the club. He brought a revolution in Manchester United and won an unbelievable 13 Premier League titles. He even won the Premier League title in his final season.
Manchester United have still not been able to recover from the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson and the managers David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho have not been able to fill the vacuum created after his departure. If you are a punter, then you can enjoy all the new free bets and offers from all the top bookmakers of the world. All you have to do is pick an offer and sign up for an account to claim some of the best free bet offers. Coral is offering free bets that can go up to £50 while 888Sport is giving the Bet £10 Get £30 free bet offer. Take a pick which suits your needs the best.
Jose Mourinho is considered one of the most successful managers in the world. He was named Portuguese Coach of the Century by the Portuguese Football Federation in 2015. Not many managers have been able to achieve what Jose Mourinho has achieved at this age. And he does not look tired at all and looks set to continue for many years. He is currently the manager at Manchester United, a club which has shown great improvement since his arrival.
Jose Mourinho has a great record of winning at the different clubs of Porto, Chelsea, Internazionale, Real Madrid and Manchester United. He did not go trophy-less for a record 9 consecutive years. He even managed to win the Champions League trophy with FC Porto and Inter Milan which speaks volumes about his great abilities.
Arsene Wenger served more than two decades at Arsenal and became the most successful manager in the Arsenal club history. Just the fact that he could stay that long at such a huge club speaks a great deal about Arsene Wenger. His club went a whole season undefeated to make an invincibles record that stands to this day. It is very unlikely that this record would be broken any time soon. He has also won the FA Cup for a record seven times including the three recent victories in 2014, 2015 and 2017. He is nicknamed as “Le Professeur” by the British media and fans.
Antonio Conte is currently the manager of Chelsea. He has the distinction of being the second manager who won the Premier League title in his very first season. He won the Premier League for Chelsea in a very emphatic manner crossing the 90 mark.
When he took charge at Juventus in 2011, he implemented a different but very successful formation winning the club 3 consecutive Serie A titles. This formation has become very famous in the Premier League too. That shows the kind of influence Antonio Conte has in the Premier League.
Carlo Ancelotti is one of the best managers in the business. He did an amazing job at Chelsea where he led the club to the Premier League and FA Cup victories in his first season. It was a big surprise when he was sacked although the club finished as runners-up to the Premier League title.
He has won three Champions League titles while managing Milan and Real Madrid. He is among the very few people who have won the Champions League both as a player and a manager.
Claudio Ranieri achieved something of an impossible task for Leicester City. It was no less than a great sporting shock when Leicester City won the Premier League title considering they were favorites for relegation at the start of the season. A huge amount of credit goes to Claudio Ranieri.
He had also been at Chelsea where he had done a very good job.
Kenny Dalglish and Claudio Ranieri are the only managers who have won the Premier League without managing at the top clubs. Though Dalglish’s Blackburn Rovers benefited a great deal from the generosity of Jack Walker, still it was no less than a herculean task to win the Premier League with a team that had no recent history of success.
He also did a good job at Newcastle United. During his first season, the Newcastle United team finished runners-up in both the FA Cup and the Premier League.