The Premier League arguably has the best managers in the world.
In Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel, England's top-flight possesses three of the finest tactical minds in the sport and the quality continues to ripple down every rung of the division.
The Premier League's world-class managers
According to the Daily Mail, Neville remarked: "The big difference is the managers. We have got absolutely unbelievable managers in this league. Pep Guardiola is a genius.
"Jurgen Klopp is absolutely outstanding. Tuchel in six months what he has done at Chelsea is out of this world. Pochettino, what he did at Tottenham was an unbelievable coaching performance.
"I would say that, for me it proves that if we can keep the best managers in the world in this country, we will succeed. It is important for everyone to understand how important the managers are in football."
Chelsea 0-1 Arsenal match reaction (Football Terrace)
Who is the Premier League's best manager?
Power to that, Gary and if there's an additional benefit to the Premier League boasting so many top managers then it's the debate surrounding who the division's finest coach really is.
With tiers ranging from 'and we never see him again...' to 'manager of the year nominee' it's a fascinating and inevitably divisive look at the 24 coaches to have chanced their arm this season.
Premier League managers ranked
It's worth noting that Allcott, who so often analyses statistics in immaculate detail, openly admitted that his decisions were guttural, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Tuchel's positions were bumped up by his viewers.
However, disclaimers aside, you can check out Allcott's full video down below and keep scrolling to check out a breakdown of his final Tiermaker selections:
And we never saw him again...
Stinking out the place
He's good but is he good?
Nuno Espirito Santo
Enhanced rep (good)
Manager of the year nominee
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
GIVEMESPORT's Kobe Tong says
Oof. You know there are going to be some angry Premier League fans right now.
For the most part, I'll happily admit to agreeing with Allcott because I think it's indisputable that Guardiola and Moyes have profited and prospered, while Mourinho and Bruce have flagged and failed.
However, I do have a few notes because I think it's incredibly harsh to suggest that Klopp has been 'stinking out the place' at Liverpool this season and he remains, for me, one of the world's best managers.
Allcott makes the point that Klopp deserves a fair amount of blame for the Reds' plight, which I don't necessarily disagree with, but there have simply been too many mitigating factors for me to rub salt in his wounds.
With injuries sweeping through the Anfield squad, particularly in defence, I don't think you can lump Klopp in the same category as managers who have beached their clubs in mid-table mediocrity.
Otherwise, Allardyce should drop down a few pegs and Rodgers is deserving of the top tier, but at the end of the day, this is the Premier League and you're only ever a few games away from either rising or falling through the ranks.