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Get To Know Your Coaches for the New EPL Season


The Premier Competition is perhaps the most difficult football league in the world for both players and coaches. A unique and competitive sporting brand was created because of attracting some of the world’s greatest players over time.


To keep up with its reputation as a premier league, the English clubs have enlisted the services of some of football’s most prominent managers.


Patience, from both owners and fans, may quickly run thin because of the pressure in the league. Managers, whether unfairly or not, can swiftly outstay their welcome because of this.


Slaven Bilic of West Bromwich Albion, Frank Lampard of Chelsea, Chris Wilder of Sheffield United, and Jose Mourinho of Tottenham Hotspur were the only managers to lose their positions in the 2020/2021 season.


The season before 2020/2021, there were seven sackings, with three of them coming from a struggling Watford side.


Only four clubs have a new manager at the start of the season:

  1. Patrick Vieira at Crystal Palace
  2. Ronald Koeman is in charge of Everton
  3. Nuno Espirito Santo at the Spurs
  4. Bruno Lage for Wolverhampton Wanderers



Both Thomas Franke and Xisco Munez will oversee their teams’ games in the Premier League after winning promotion.


Get to Know Your Managers for the 2021/2022 Season:


Manager Club Nationality
Mikel Arteta Arsenal Spain
Dean Smith Aston Villa England
Thomas Frank Brentford Denmark
Graham Potter Brighton and Hove Albion England
Sean Dyche Burnley England
Thomas Tuchel Chelsea Germany
Patrick Vieira Crystal Palace France
Rafael Benítez Everton Spain
Marcelo Bielsa Leeds United Argentina
Brendan Rodgers Leicester City Northern Ireland
Jürgen Klopp Liverpool Germany
Josep Guardiola Manchester City Spain
Ole Gunnar Solskjær Manchester United Norway
Steve Bruce Newcastle United England
Daniel Farke Norwich City Germany
Ralph Hasenhüttl Southampton Austria
Nuno Espírito Santo Tottenham Hotspur Portugal
Francisco Javier Muñoz Llompart Watford Spain
David Moyes West Ham United Scotland
Bruno Lage Wolverhampton Wanderers Portugal
































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