As the 2013/14 Premier League season has just started it's the perfect time to take a look at the new managers who have been freshly appointed this season.
2013 has really seen a summer like no other for Premier League football managers, as three of the top four clubs have seen a change of personnel. Most notably Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester united stalwart, has retired as manager after 27 years in charge at Old Trafford!
One Scotsman replaced another at the Red Devils helm, whilst across the city a Chilean has been brought in to replace an Italian tactician.
Down in Chelsea, Roman Abramovich has put his faith once again in José Mourinho. These three will be heavily scrutinised over the coming weeks and it should be fascinating to see the mind games unravel in the English top flight.
Luckily all of this season’s new managers have lasted longer than the ill-fated Leroy Rosenior, who lasted just 10 minutes after signing his managerial contract at Torquay in 2007. He was let go after just 600 seconds as the club was taken over by a local consortium who wanted to bring in their own man.
So let’s see how much you know about the new managers in place this term. Are they any good, and what have they achieved previously both in their playing and managerial careers?