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Top 20 Best Coaches In English Premier League History

They are awesome and well impressive managers/coaches with good reputation in different clubs they've managed. So let's pay some respect to some of the best, impressive, good and outstanding managers/coaches by looking at 20 top EPL history.

1. Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson is one of the greatest manager in all time in the history of Premier League. He as an outstanding record in the EPL and have won different kinds of trophies more than any manager or coach, like 5 FA cups, 4 League cups and two champion triumphs. He is indeed the top best manger in the history.

2. Arsene Wenger

A French football manager and a former player. In Arsenal he was the longest serving and most successful in the club's history. He as led his club Arsenal to a Premier League and FA cup double. He as a good reputation in spotting young talent and as remained focus on the young system.

3. Jose Mourinho

He is Portuguese professional football manager, who is considered as one of the greatest manager of Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. Mourinho's three years at Chelsea were enigmatic and charismatic. He won the league twice, the FA cup once and the long cup twice, due to his tactical knowledge.

4. Rafa Benitez

He is Spanish professional football manager. He joined Real Madrid's at 26 going to work as under-19 reserved team coach and assistant to the senior team. Benitez took over Liverpool in 2004 and despite finish fifth, won the championship League in that epic final none of us can forget. He finished the second league in 2008 and the finished the champions league final 2007.

5. Kenny Dalglish

He was formerly a Scottish football player and manager. He made 322 appearance in Celtic and 502 for Liverpool and earned 102 full caps For the Scotland national team. Kenny confirmed his place on this list when he won the Premier League with black burn in 1995 following successful campaigns at the club.

6. Havy Redknapp

He is an English football manager/Coach and. Formal player. He led West Ham to the eighth and fifth place finishes in 1998 and 1999 respectively. He previously manage AFC Bournemouth, West Ham united, Portsmouth, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, Queen Park Ranger and Birmingham city. He guided Tottenham into the UEFA champions League in 2009-2010 season.

7. Bobby Robson

He was an English footballer and football manager. Bobby Robson spent five Premier League years at Newcastle. After taking over with the club bottom of the league and give the success Newcastle fans as long for.

8. David Moyes

He is a Scottish professional football manager/coach and formerly a football players. He is the most underrated manager in Premier League who as achieved great success in the nine-year tenure. He has managed different club and dine well, he happens manage West Ham currently for the second time.

9. Revin Keegan

He is an English football manager and also a former football player. Keegan took over Newcastle back into the Premier League after being employed as the manager as the manager in 1992. He made a top flight for Newcastle. He has also managed several clubs like Newcastle united, Southampton, Liverpool and Hamburger SV. He moved into managing Newcastle in 1992, winning promotion as first division champions.

10. Gerard Houllier

He is French football manager and a former player. He went on to become a Liverpool great gaining his team to a cup treble 2000-2001 and reclaiming the league cup two years later. He was work with several clubs with whom he won FA cup, League cup, UEFA cup, UEFA super cup 2001.

11. Alan Curbishley

Curbishley as worked in the Premier League in the management role at Charlton Athletic and West Ham united. He spent 15 years at Charlton. Two promotion saw Charlton reach the Premier League before the club was relegated back to the first division. Charlton achieved good results.

12. Martin O'Neil

He is a Northern Irish professional football manager and former football player as a midfielder.He as kept Leicester around mid table in his spell at the Walker stadium before joining Aston Villa. After he joined Aston Villa he achieved three consecutive sixth- place finishes in the English Premier League and guided them to the 2010 football League final.

13. Gianluca Vialli

An Italian professional football manager and Former player. His first year at Chelsea Vialli's side won the league cup and European cup winners cup as well as finishing fourth in the league. Chelsea finished fifth in 2000 and won the FA cup. Since retiring, he as gone into management, punditry and worked previously as a commentator for sky sport Italia. He happens to part of the Italy national football team non-playing staff as a delegation chief.

14. Martin Jol

He is a Dutch football manager and a former football player as midfielder. He as enjoyed a successful period in managing Tottenham leading them to success fifth place finishes in the Premier League.

15. Roberto Mancini

He is an Italian professional football manager and former player he is the manager of the Italy national team. He as taken Manchester city from noisy neighbours to legitimate title contenders and it appears successfully as it continues. He took Manchester city from the mid-table club to the top level of English football, combining defensive solidity with attacking flair.

16. Claudio Ranieri

He is an Italian professional football manager. Despite not being able to speak English when he arrived at Chelsea Ranieri had Chelsea in the top six of the Premier League and he help Chelsea improve their points total session on season with them finishing runner-up in 2004 and reaching the UEFA champions league semi final the same season.

17. Glenn Hoddle

He is a former English football manager and player. He was a competent manager. He took Swindon Town to the Premier League before leaving for Chelsea, he took to the FA cup final. Who he led to successful campaigns in cup competition.

18. Avram Grant

He is an Israeli football manager. He as spent most of his career coaching and managing in Israel. He as enjoyed limited success. He has won numbers of national league and cups for several teams.

19. David O'Leary

He is an Irish football manager and also a former player. He as achieved fourth, third and two fifth place finishes at Leeds united. He most recently work as the manager in Al-Ahli Dubai.

20. Sam Allardyce

He is an English football manager and formerly are football player. He as enjoyed success at the Premier League. He took bottom to the Premier League and to FA cup semifinal. He takes a modern technology and statistics centred approach to tactics and coaching and has been praised for his organizational and man-management skill.

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