The English Premier League season 2022/23 almost comes to an end, as the last matchday will be finished on 28th May.In the previous matches, Manchester City succeeded to retain the championship in advance, as well as their fifth title in the last six seasons. Meanwhile, Arsenal was confirmed to be the runner-up.
A few of the club managers had remarkable performances during the season, bringing their teams to accomplish certain achievements. Keep going reading this article to learn more about the 5 best managers in English Premier League here.
Guardiola – Road to the Treble
Pep Guardiola is undoubtedly one of the best managers in the Premier League, even in Europe or worldwide nowadays.
The Spanish led Man City to win the league title for three consecutive seasons, The only EPL club to achieve this after Manchester United.
With his brilliant tactics and superb team arrangement, the Blue Moons surpassed Arsenal in March to lead the EPL table, which they fell behind most of the season.
Now, Pep is trying to escalate his accomplishment by achieving the Treble, by winning the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League titles in the coming weeks.
Guardiola achieved the Treble during the Barcelona era in 2009.
Eddie Howe and Mikel Arteta
Eddie Howe rose to fame by leading Newcastle to the top four in the EPL this season.
The Magpies stood in the bottom place when the 45-year-old Englishman took his position in November 2021.
Then, he improved the squad’s strength and performance by impressive management, not just avoiding relegation, but also advancing as a competitor of the ranking into the European events.
The Black and White Squad finally qualified for the UEFA Champions League next season, which they last did in 2003.
Mikel Arteta is also highly complimented for bringing Arsenal to second place this season.
The Spanish, 41, who was the Gunners’ team captain before his retirement, served as Guardiola’s assistant in Man City before he returned to Emirates Stadium as a head coach in 2019.
Arteta instilled the tiki-taka tactic into the Red London, with plenty of talented young players, they led the EPL standings most of the time this season but lost the throne the last two months.
De Zerbi and Ten Hag
Brighton and Hove Albion is the most surprising dark horse in the Premier League this season, which is particularly credited to their club manager Roberto De Zerbi.
The Italian, 43, took his job when Graham Potter left and joined Chelsea in September 2022.
After his arrival, the Seagulls played better and became a competitor of the top six most of the season.
With contributions from a few outstanding players such as Kaoru Mitoma, Alexis Mac Allister, Moises Caicedo, and Pascal Gross, the Albion marched into the Europa League for the first time in club history.
Manchester United might not finish this season with an impressive performance, but their head coach Erik Ten Hag had still done his job well in the past ten months.
The 53-year-old Dutch who joined the Red Devils from Ajax last August, leading United to return to the top four, grabbing a spot in the Champions League next season.
He also brought the club a Carabao Cup title, holding a chance to win the FA Cup in the final against Man City on 3rd June.
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