Top 10 Premier League managers to win the title

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Winning the Premier League is not for every managers in the League as there are some managers that have been in the League for several years but never touched the silverware.

The Premier League is an English League game that consists of 20 teams that fight for the League in a season.

As we have great players to win the Premier League so we do have great managers to lead their team to win that trophy.

In the history of the Premier League just 11 managers have managed to lift the trophy so far.

Which means we will have to omit one of the managers as we will be talking about the top 10 managers to lift the Premier League.


Carlo Ancelotti: The Italian led his former side Chelsea to the lift the Premier League in 2009/10 ahead of Manchester United with a point.


Claudio Ranieri: No one could have said confidently the former Leicester City manager would have won the Premier League with the Foxes that came to the league from the Championship then.

Ranieri led the Foxes to their first and only Premier League title in 2015/16

Manuel Pellegrini: Pellegrini enjoyed his debut season at Manchester City in 2013/14, winning the Premier League and League Cup double, making history by becoming the first manager from outside Europe to win the league.

Roberto Mancini: Mancini help City claim their first ever Premier League title, and their first league title in 44 years, captured in the most extraordinary of fashions thanks to that goal from Sergio Aguero on the final day of the season to beat rival Manchester United to it.

Antonio Conte: The Italian won Premier League title in his debut season in England when he guided Chelsea to the league crown in 2016/17, setting a league record for most wins in a single campaign after winning 30 of their 38 games.

Jurgen Klopp: Forever assured of hero status at Anfield overseeing Liverpool’s first league triumph in three decades, Jurgen Klopp has built one of the most entertaining teams around.

Jose Mourinho:  Mourinho came to England to win – and win he did, immediately ending Chelsea’s 50-year wait for a top-flight title then making it two in a row (before adding another in his second spell nine years later).

Arsene Wenger: Arsene Wenger would go on to prove himself as one of the best in the business, becoming the first-ever non-British coach to win an English top-flight title in 1998.

Leading the Gunners’ ‘Invincibles’ to success in 2003/04 goes down as the Frenchman’s most remarkable achievement.

Pep Guardiola: He already held that status when he took over as Manchester City boss in 2016 – but the turtlenecked tactical genius has continued to strengthen it in the Premier League, winning three titles and setting a new record for consecutive games won.

Sir Alex Ferguson: Former Arsenal player Thierry Henry once called the former Manchester United manager Mr Premier League and want the League to be named after the Scottish.

He won the Premier League 13 times with the Manchester United team.



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