Remarkably since1992 till date, no English manager is yet to win the country’s top flight since the formation of the Premier League, Howard Wilkinson at Leeds was the last Englishman to have seen his side crowned champions in the season prior to the competition’s inaugural campaign. Different managers have got their hands on the trophy but non of them are from England. Chelsea Legend Frank Lampard will possibly be the First English manager since 1992 to Lift the Premier League trophy since its formation
The premier league is the top level of the English football league system.Contested by 20 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the English football league (EFL).Seasons run from August to May with each team playing 38 matches (playing all 19 other teams both home and away).
Leeds United are back in the Premier League Marcelo Bielsa's men are back in England's top league 16 years after they were relegated. The Whites were promoted after Huddersfield beat West Brom on Friday. Marcelo Bielsa is the first Leeds manager to earn promotion from the second-tier since Howard Wilkinson did so at the end of the 1989-90 campaign. Since their last premier league game in 2004, they have played 734 EFL games scoring 1,003 goals and have used 268 players in EFL and also had 15 permanent managers.
Its no doubt that the Barclays English Premier League is one of the most competitive League in the world, if not the most. The League has produced giants, strife, competition, great players, coaches and moments. Many managers have plundered the League, with maximum exploits. But in spite of the variety of talents and variety of English managers, its unarguable that No English manager has ever won the English Premier League. According to records, The last English manager to win the title was Howard Wilkinson
Roeder, who began his playing profession with Arsenal, additionally filled in as a mentor under Glenn Hoddle during England's World Cup crusade in France back in 1998.