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Pellegrini ranked fifth best manager in the Premier League

West Ham manager has been ranked the fifth best Premier League manager by Mark Ogden.

He ranks Man City’s Pep Guardiola in the number one spot followed by Liverpool’s Jurden Klopp, Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino was placed third.

Arsenal’s Unai Emery was ranked fourth just in front of Manuel Pellegrini who is followed by Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo.

Completing the top ten is Brendan Rodgers in 7th, Roy Hodgson in 9th and Eddie Howe in the tenth spot.

For Pellegrini Ogden writing for a feature for ESPN penned:

Manuel Pellegrini, West Ham United

TROPHIES WON: 10  CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Premier League and EFL Cup double with Manchester City in 2014

Now managing the 14th club of his career, one that includes stints at Real Madrid and Manchester City, the Chilean has developed a reputation as a man who brings stability and order to whichever team he coaches. Three major trophies, including a Premier League title, were delivered during his three years in charge of City, and Pellegrini could be the man to take West Ham into the top seven this season

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2 comments on “Pellegrini ranked fifth best manager in the Premier League

  1. How do you construct a league table for managers? This one looks like it is based on the results their teams have had, which depends massively on the players in their teams. That in turn depends a lot on the wealth of the clubs they have managed. Until Pep manages Brighton & Potter manages City we will never know. Was Avram Grant a top manager (success at Chelsea) or a failure (relegation with us). I saw the Mourinho interview on Sky where he said he had been tempted by job offers from second rank teams ( he didn’t call them that) but he was waiting for offers from big teams. He is no mug.

    • The managers with a big reputation pick their clubs very carefully because they know once they take on a club without the resources to succeed, their stock will plummet. While Guardiola is obviously a great coach. Would he have kept Huddersfield up last season?

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