Klopp, Guardiola are outside the Top 3 best Premier League coaches
Both coach Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola are ranked last Top 3 greatest coaches in the history of the English Premier League, according to the vote of the Mirror.
Mirror newspaper voted the Top 10 greatest coaches in Premier League history. Unsurprisingly, Sir Alex Ferguson topped this list.
The legendary Scottish strategist has helped MU win 13 Premier League titles since the tournament was renamed in 1992.
Behind Sir Alex is Arsene Wenger, a strategist with 22 years with Arsenal and helped the Gunner win the Premier League three times. In particular, Wenger’s most outstanding feat is the 2003/04 championship with an unbeaten record.
The 3rd place in the list of the greatest Premier League coaches belongs to Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese teacher has led three big clubs Chelsea, MU, Tottenham and has 3 titles with the Blues.
Both the current top Premier League coaches Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp only ranked Top 4, Top 5. Ranieri ranked 6th thanks to the feat that helped Leicester win the 2015/16 season.
However, the list is also controversial in the absence of Antonio Conte and Rafael Benitez, excellent coaches while working at Chelsea and Liverpool.
Coach Ranieri helped Leicester to a miraculous championship in the 2015/16 season
Another surprise is that coach Kenny Dalglish ranked 7th despite having never won the Premier League, while coach Carlo Ancelotti ranked only 8 with a title with Chelsea.
Top 10 greatest coaches in the Premier League
1. Sir Alex Ferguson: MU
2. Arsene Wenger: Arsenal.
3. Jose Mourinho: Chelsea, MU, Tottenham
4. Pep Guardiola: Man City
5. Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool
6. Claudio Ranieri: Chelsea, Leicester
7. Kenny Dalglish: Blackburn, Newcastle, Liverpool
8. Carlo Ancelotti: Chelsea, Everton
9. Sir Bobby Robson: Newcastle
10. Sam Allardyce: Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Blackburn, West Ham, Bolton, Newcastle, Everton