Premier League: All 20 managers have been ranked from 'Elite' to 'Poor'

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All 20 Premier League managers have been ranked from ‘Elite’ to ‘Poor’.

Twitter account @360Sources carried out the rankings, which have caused quite a stir on the social media site.

Only two managers are considered ‘Elite’. They are Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola.

Behind them, Tottenham’s Jose Mourinho, Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder, Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers and Everton’s Carlo Ancelotti were listed as ‘Great’.

Unfortunately for West Ham’s David Moyes, Brighton’s Graham Potter and Norwich’s Daniel Farke, they are all ‘Poor’.

We’re sure you’ll have your own opinion on the list. Check it out below.

Elite: Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool), Pep Guardiola (Man City).

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Great: Carlo Ancelotti (Everton), Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City), Chris Wilder (Sheffield United), Jose Mourinho (Tottenham).


Good: Eddie Howe (Bournemouth), Mikel Arteta (Arsenal), Frank Lampard (Chelsea), Nuno Espirito Santo (Wolves), Nigel Pearson (Watford).


Average: Dean Smith (Aston Villa), Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton), Sean Dyche (Burnley), Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace), Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United), Steve Bruce (Newcastle).

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Poor: David Moyes (West Ham), Graham Potter (Brighton), Daniel Farke (Norwich City).

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So Jose Mourinho isn’t ‘Elite’, apparently.

To be fair, that’s probably a fair assessment. The Portuguese was once one of the best managers in the world but the last few years have included many difficult moments for Mourinho.


We’re struggling to see how Nuno Espirito Santo isn’t considered ‘Great’ considering everything he’s achieved at Wolves.

If Chris Wilder is ‘Great’, then Espirito Santo certainly is as well.

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Plenty of fans on Twitter disagree with the decision to put Frank Lampard in the ‘Good’ category and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the ‘Average’ one.

However, we can understand this.

Lampard has impressed in his first season as Chelsea manager, with the Blues fourth in the Premier League table with a youthful squad.

Solskjaer, meanwhile, provided a spark when he arrived at Man United last season but the jury still remains out on whether he’s their long-term future.

Check out the reaction to the rankings on Twitter.
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