Guardiola, Klopp, Ferguson: Who are the best and worst Premier League managers in history?

Klopp and Guardiola are on the PL's best manager list

Football is all about glory and to achieve that, your team needs to be successful.

It needs to win matches. To win matches, your team needs a good manager. 

Over the years, the Premier League has seen some of the best tacticians to ever grace the game. 

We're talking Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Jurgen Klopp and of course, Sir Alex Ferguson.

They all managed big clubs, but we've seen some legends take charge outside of the 'big six' - the likes of Kevin Keegan and Sir Bobby Robson, for example. 

Defining 'the best manager in history' is tough, because it's often subjective. So we're not going to do that today. 

Instead, GIVEMESPORT have decided to take a look at each Premier League club's best and worst ever manager, based on points per game. So let's get into it. 

Sir Alex is the Premier League GOAT

Arsenal

Best manager: Mikel Arteta (2.06 PPG)
Worst manager: George Graham (1.55 PPG)

Aston Villa

Best manager: Martin O'Neill (1.59 PPG)
Worst manager: Remi Garde (0.70 PPG)

Brighton

Best manager: Chris Hughton (1.13 PPG)
Worst manager: Graham Potter (1.10 PPG)

Burnley

Best manager: Sean Dyche (1.15 PPG)
Worst manager: Owen Coyle (1.11 PPG)

Chelsea

Best manager: Jose Mourinho (2.23 PPG)
Worst manager: Glenn Hoddle (1.28 PPG)

Mourinho is Chelsea's greatest manager

Crystal Palace

Best manager: Alan Pardew (1.36 PPG)
Worst manager: Frank de Boer (0.60 PPG)

Everton

Best manager: Carlo Ancelotti (1.82 PPG)
Worst manager: Mike Walker (0.84 PPG)

Fulham

Best manager: Roy Hodgson (1.41 PPG)
Worst manager: Scott Parker (0.64 PPG)

Leeds

Best manager: David O'Leary (1.71 PPG)
Worst manager: Peter Reid (1.00 PPG)

Leicester

Best manager: Brendan Rodgers (1.75 PPG)
Worst manager: Claude Puel (1.33 PPG)

Rodgers is leading Leicester

Liverpool

Best manager: Jurgen Klopp (2.04 PPG)
Worst manager: Roy Hodgson (1.52 PPG)

Man City

Best manager: Pep Guardiola (2.33 PPG)
Worst manager: Alan Ball (0.95 PPG)

Man United

Best manager: Sir Alex Ferguson (2.07 PPG)
Worst manager: David Moyes (1.73 PPG)

Newcastle

Best manager: Kevin Keegan - first spell (1.84 PPG)
Worst manager: Kevin Keegan - second spell (1.14 PPG)

Sheffield United

Best manager: Chris Wilder (1.48 PPG)
Worst manager: Neil Warnock (1.00 PPG)

Wilder is Sheffield United's top coach

Southampton

Best manager: Ronald Koeman (1.64 PPG)
Worst manager: Dave Merrington (0.97 PPG)

Tottenham

Best manager: Andre Villas-Boas (1.91 PPG)
Worst manager: Ossie Ardiles (1.15 PPG)

West Brom

Best manager: Darren Moore (1.83 PPG)
Worst manager: Alan Pardew (0.67 PPG)

West Ham

Best manager: Slaven Bilic (1.43 PPG)
Worst manager: Gianfranco Zola (1.11 PPG)

Wolves

Best manager: Nuno Espirito Santo (1.64 PPG)
Worst manager: Dave Jones (0.88 PPG)

Nuno is Wolves' best ever

There are certainly a few shocks on that list. Did anyone think AVB had the best record at Tottenham

We're not too surprised to see Moyes named as the worst manager in Man United history though. 

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