Premier League

Top 10 Premier League managers with the most wins in history

The Premier League is the most difficult domestic league in the world, and features some of the top managers as a result. Here are the managers with the most wins in the English league.

Which Premier League Managers Have the Most Wins?

10. Jurgen Klopp – 148 wins

Klopp has won the league once in 19/20, and has won 148 games in charge of Liverpool. The German is among the best coaches the league has seen in recent years. His brand of heavy metal football has turned the Reds into one of the best teams in England.

9. Pep Guardiola – 151 wins

The Catalonian manager recently won his 150th Premier League game, and is the quickest to achieve the feat. He took 204 games to make it to 150 wins, and has turned Manchester City into the most successful English team in recent years.

8. Mark Hughes – 158 wins

The Welshman has managed teams like Manchester City, Stoke and Southampton in the Premier League. His most recent spell was with Southampton in 2018 and he has been out of a job since.

7. Rafael Benitez – 173 wins

Winning 173 out of 354 total matches in the Premier League, Rafa Benitez is next on the list. The current Everton manager was previously in charge of Newcastle United and Liverpool. Although he has won the Champions League, the league title continues to be out of his reach.

6. Sam Allardyce – 177 wins

Big Sam has built a career off of managing struggling sides in the Premier League and helping them avoid relegation. He has managed the likes of Bolton, Sunderland, Crystal Palace and West Brom. The former England manager has won 177 games out of 534, but has never managed a top four side.

5. Jose Mourinho – 217 wins

The Special One is among the greatest managers the Premier League has ever seen. After two spells with Chelsea, he coached Manchester United and Tottenham in England. Now, he is in charge of Roma in the Italian Serie A.

4. David Moyes – 235 wins

David Moyes is doing a remarkable job with West Ham United. He guided them to a Europa League finish last year, and has now led them to the knockout stages as well. They are also competing for the top four spots in the Premier League.

3. Harry Redknapp – 236 wins

Redknapp has managed teams like Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, and QPR. His win record stands at 236 out of 642 total Premier League games, which is the third highest tally of all time. He has won the FA Cup but has never lifted the Premier League trophy in all those games.

2. Arsene Wenger – 476 wins

Wenger is synonymous with Arsenal, managing them for 22 years. He was responsible for making the Gunners into the force that they were during the 2000s. Arsene Wenger managed 828 games for the North London club and lifted three Premier League titles with them.

1. Sir Alex Ferguson – 528 wins

The legendary Manchester United manager is arguably the greatest Premier League manager of all time. He was in charge of the Red Devils for 27 years and won the title 14 times. With 528 wins and 48 total trophies to his name, few will ever come close to the legacy that Sir Alex Ferguson has left behind.

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