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Premier League Manager of the Season Nominees. Who Wins?.

As a reward scheme that honors manager's at the end of every season related to their performance, here are the nominees for the 2021/2022 English Premier League Manager of the season.

Five managers stand the chance to claim the bragging rights as the best manager for this season. Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Frank, Pep Guardiola, Eddie Howe, and Patrick Vieira are the contenders.

These five managers have had a splendid campaign, overseeing at least 36-league games except for Newcastle United Manager Eddie Howe with the least recorded games of 25 after week 36.

Ranking Managers With The Best Stats based on gathered intel on sofascore:

1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)

The 51-year-old Spaniard Manager is ranked first with the best winning stats with 28-league wins, a goal difference of 72, and most points of 89.

2. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)

Seconding Guardiola is the German tactician with 26-PL wins alongside 65 goals difference and 86 recorded points.

3. Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace)

Placed third in the ranking, the Frenchman managed 35 league games and oversaw 10 wins, 14 draws, and a goal difference of 4.

4. Thomas Frank (Brentford)

Led the newly-promoted side to the flight league at the start of the season, the Dane has been very resourceful to the club securing their Premier League stay for next season and subsequent ones unlike their counterpart Watford and Norwich who have been declared relegated. Frank, age 48 recorded stats stand at 12 wins, 7, and a goal difference of -8.

5. Eddie Howe (Newcastle United)

The last but not the least in the ranking is the Englishman. In 25 games in charge, the 44-year-old uplifted the Magpies from the bottom of the league table to their current position of 14th affirming their league stay with 11 wins, 10 draws, and a goal difference of -21.

Who do you think will win?.


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