List of Premier League managers

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Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has managed more Premier League games than any other manager.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has been the most successful manager in the Premier League

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The Premier League is a professional football league in England which is the top tier of the English football league system. The league was formed in 1992 as a replacement for the original First Division.

Arsène Wenger holds the record for most games managed in the Premier League with 828 games, all with Arsenal. He broke the record set by Alex Ferguson, who had managed 810 games with Manchester United from the Premier League's inception to his retirement at the end of the 2012–13 season. Ferguson, however, remains the most successful manager in the Premier League, having won thirteen titles, more than four times as many as any other manager.[1]

Sam Allardyce has managed the most teams in the Premier League, having taken charge of seven different clubs: Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, West Ham United, Sunderland, Crystal Palace and Everton.

Many of the managers listed below served as caretaker (temporary) managers in the period between a managerial departure and appointment. Several of these, however, went on to secure a permanent managerial post.

Managers[edit]

The list of managers includes everyone who has managed clubs while they were in the Premier League, whether in a permanent or temporary role. Caretaker managers are listed only when they managed the team for at least one match in that period.

The dates of appointment and departure may fall outside the club's period in the Premier League, for example, Ron Atkinson was appointed as Aston Villa manager in 1991 (before the Premier League was formed in 1992) and remained in his position through the Premier League's establishment. Similarly, Wolverhampton Wanderers' first spell in the Premier League lasted for only one season (2003–04) but manager Dave Jones remained in his position until November 2004.

Key
dagger Incumbent manager
double-dagger Caretaker manager
§ Incumbent but no longer in Premier League
* Present up to date as of 14 July 2018
Managers
Name Nat. Club From Until Duration
(days)
Years in
League
Ref.
George Graham Scotland Arsenal 14 May 1986 21 February 1995 3205 1992–1995 [2]
Stewart Houston double-dagger Scotland Arsenal 22 February 1995 8 June 1995 106 1995 [3]
Bruce Rioch Scotland Arsenal 8 June 1995 12 August 1996 431 1995–1996 [2]
Stewart Houston double-dagger Scotland Arsenal 12 August 1996 13 September 1996 32 1996 [3]
Pat Rice double-dagger Northern Ireland Arsenal 13 September 1996 30 September 1996 17 1996 [4]
Arsène Wenger France Arsenal 1 October 1996 13 May 2018 7894 1996–2018 [5]
Unai Emery dagger Spain Arsenal 23 May 2018 Present* 87 2018– [6]
Ron Atkinson England Aston Villa 7 June 1991 10 November 1994 1252 1992–1994 [7]
Brian Little England Aston Villa 25 November 1994 24 February 1998 1187 1994–1998 [8]
John Gregory England Aston Villa 25 February 1998 24 January 2002 1429 1998–2002 [9]
John Deehan double-dagger England Aston Villa 24 January 2002 5 February 2002 12 2002 [10]
Stuart Gray double-dagger England Aston Villa 24 January 2002 5 February 2002 12 2002 [11]
Graham Taylor England Aston Villa 5 February 2002 14 May 2003 463 2002–2003 [12]
David O'Leary Republic of Ireland Aston Villa 20 May 2003 19 July 2006 1156 2003–2006 [13]
Martin O'Neill Northern Ireland Aston Villa 5 August 2006 9 August 2010 1465 2006–2010 [14]
Kevin MacDonald double-dagger Scotland Aston Villa 9 August 2010 8 September 2010 30 2010 [15]
Gérard Houllier France Aston Villa 8 September 2010 1 June 2011 266 2010–2011 [16]
Gary McAllister double-dagger Scotland Aston Villa 23 April 2011 22 May 2011 29 2011 [17]
Alex McLeish Scotland Aston Villa 17 June 2011 14 May 2012 332 2011–2012 [18]
Paul Lambert Scotland Aston Villa 2 June 2012 11 February 2015 985 2012–2015 [19]
Scott Marshall double-dagger Scotland Aston Villa 11 February 2015 14 February 2015 3 2015 [19]
Tim Sherwood England Aston Villa 14 February 2015 25 October 2015 253 2015 [20]
Kevin MacDonald double-dagger Scotland Aston Villa 25 October 2015 2 November 2015 8 2015
Rémi Garde France Aston Villa 2 November 2015 29 March 2016 148 2015–2016
Eric Black double-dagger Scotland Aston Villa 29 March 2016 2 June 2016 65 2016
Danny Wilson Northern Ireland Barnsley 2 June 1994 7 July 1998 1496 1997–1998 [21]
Steve Bruce England Birmingham City 12 December 2001 23 November 2007 2172 2002–2006
2007
[22]
Eric Black double-dagger Scotland Birmingham City 23 November 2007 27 November 2007 4 2007 [23]
Alex McLeish Scotland Birmingham City 28 November 2007 12 June 2011 1496 2007–2008
2009–2011
[22]
Kenny Dalglish Scotland Blackburn Rovers 12 October 1991 21 June 1995 1348 1992–1995 [24]
Ray Harford England Blackburn Rovers 25 June 1995 25 October 1996 488 1995–1996 [24]
Tony Parkes England Blackburn Rovers 25 October 1996 1 June 1997 219 1996–1997 [24]
Roy Hodgson England Blackburn Rovers 1 June 1997 21 November 1998 538 1997 [24]
Brian Kidd England Blackburn Rovers 4 December 1998 3 November 1999 334 1998–1999 [24]
Graeme Souness Scotland Blackburn Rovers 14 March 2000 6 September 2004 1637 2001–2004 [24]
Mark Hughes Wales Blackburn Rovers 15 September 2004 3 June 2008 1357 2004–2008 [24]
Paul Ince England Blackburn Rovers 22 June 2008 16 December 2008 177 2008 [24]
Sam Allardyce England Blackburn Rovers 17 December 2008 13 December 2010 726 2008–2010 [24]
Steve Kean Scotland Blackburn Rovers 13 December 2010 28 September 2012 655 2010–2012 [24]
Ian Holloway England Blackpool 21 May 2009 3 November 2012 1262 2010–2011 [25]
Roy McFarland England Bolton Wanderers 20 June 1995 2 January 1996 227 1995–1996 [26]
Colin Todd England Bolton Wanderers 2 January 1996 22 September 1999 1328 1996
1997–1998
[27]
Sam Allardyce England Bolton Wanderers 19 October 1999 29 April 2007 2749 2001–2007 [28]
Sammy Lee England Bolton Wanderers 30 April 2007 7 October 2007 160 2007 [29]
Archie Knox double-dagger Scotland Bolton Wanderers 17 October 2007 25 October 2007 8 2007
Gary Megson England Bolton Wanderers 25 October 2007 30 December 2009 797 2007–2009 [30]
Owen Coyle Republic of Ireland Bolton Wanderers 8 January 2010 9 October 2012 1005 2010–2012 [31]
Eddie Howe dagger England Bournemouth 12 October 2012 Present* 2136 2015–
Paul Jewell England Bradford City 6 January 1998 18 June 2000 894 1999–2000 [32]
Chris Hutchings England Bradford City 18 June 2000 6 November 2000 141 2000 [33]
Stuart McCall double-dagger Scotland Bradford City 6 November 2000 20 November 2000 14 2000 [34]
Jim Jefferies Scotland Bradford City 20 November 2000 24 December 2001 399 2000–2001 [35]
Chris Hughton dagger Republic of Ireland Brighton & Hove Albion 31 December 2014 Present* 1326 2017–
Owen Coyle Republic of Ireland Burnley 27 November 2007 5 January 2010 770 2009–2010 [36]
Brian Laws England Burnley 13 January 2010 29 December 2010 350 2010 [37]
Sean Dyche dagger England Burnley 30 October 2012 Present* 2118 2014–2015
2016–
Malky Mackay Scotland Cardiff City 17 June 2011 27 December 2013 924 2013 [38][39]
David Kerslake double-dagger England Cardiff City 27 December 2013 2 January 2014 6 2013–2014 [40]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær Norway Cardiff City 2 January 2014 18 September 2014 259 2014
Neil Warnock dagger England Cardiff City 5 October 2016 Present* 682 2018– [41]
Alan Curbishley England Charlton Athletic 24 July 1991 8 May 2006 5402 1998–1999
2000–2006
[42]
Iain Dowie Northern Ireland Charlton Athletic 30 May 2006 13 November 2006 167 2006 [42]
Les Reed England Charlton Athletic 14 November 2006 24 December 2006 40 2006 [42]
Alan Pardew England Charlton Athletic 24 December 2006 22 November 2008 699 2006–2007 [42]
Ian Porterfield Scotland Chelsea 11 June 1991 15 February 1993 615 1992–1993 [43]
David Webb double-dagger England Chelsea 15 February 1993 11 May 1993 85 1993 [44]
Glenn Hoddle England Chelsea 4 June 1993 10 May 1996 1071 1993–1996 [45]
Ruud Gullit Netherlands Chelsea 10 May 1996 12 February 1998 643 1996–1998 [46]
Gianluca Vialli Italy Chelsea 12 February 1998 12 September 2000 943 1998–2000 [47]
Graham Rix double-dagger England Chelsea 13 September 2000 17 September 2000 4 2000
Ray Wilkins double-dagger England Chelsea 13 September 2000 17 September 2000 4 2000
Claudio Ranieri Italy Chelsea 18 September 2000 31 May 2004 1351 2000–2004 [48]
José Mourinho Portugal Chelsea 2 June 2004 20 September 2007 1205 2004–2007 [49]
Avram Grant Israel Chelsea 20 September 2007 24 May 2008 238 2007–2008 [50]
Luiz Felipe Scolari Brazil Chelsea 1 July 2008 9 February 2009 223 2008–2009 [51]
Ray Wilkins double-dagger England Chelsea 9 February 2009 16 February 2009 7 2009
Guus Hiddink double-dagger Netherlands Chelsea 16 February 2009 31 May 2009 104 2009 [52]
Carlo Ancelotti Italy Chelsea 1 July 2009 22 May 2011 720 2009–2011 [53]
André Villas-Boas Portugal Chelsea 22 June 2011 4 March 2012 256 2011–2012 [54]
Roberto Di Matteo Italy Chelsea 4 March 2012 21 November 2012 262 2012
Rafael Benítez double-dagger Spain Chelsea 21 November 2012 27 May 2013 187 2012–2013
José Mourinho Portugal Chelsea 3 June 2013 17 December 2015 927 2013–2015 [55]
Guus Hiddink double-dagger Netherlands Chelsea 19 December 2015 15 May 2016 148 2015–2016
Antonio Conte Italy Chelsea 3 July 2016 13 July 2018 740 2016–2018
Maurizio Sarri dagger Italy Chelsea 14 July 2018 Present* 35 2018–
Bobby Gould England Coventry City 24 June 1992 23 October 1993 486 1992–1993
Phil Neal England Coventry City 23 October 1993 14 February 1995 479 1993–1995
Ron Atkinson England Coventry City 15 February 1995 5 November 1996 629 1995–1996
Gordon Strachan Scotland Coventry City 5 November 1996 10 September 2001 1770 1996–2001
Steve Coppell England Crystal Palace 3 June 1984 17 May 1993 3270 1992–1993 [56]
Alan Smith England Crystal Palace 3 June 1993 15 May 1995 711 1994–1995 [56]
Steve Coppell England Crystal Palace 27 February 1997 13 March 1998 379 1997–1998 [56]
Attilio Lombardo double-dagger Italy Crystal Palace 13 March 1998 29 April 1998 47 1998 [56]
Tomas Brolin double-dagger Sweden Crystal Palace 13 March 1998 29 April 1998 47 1998 [56]
Ron Noades double-dagger England Crystal Palace 29 April 1998 10 May 1998 11 1998 [56]
Ray Lewington double-dagger England Crystal Palace 29 April 1998 10 May 1998 11 1998 [56]
Iain Dowie Northern Ireland Crystal Palace 22 December 2003 22 May 2006 882 2004–2005 [56]
Ian Holloway England Crystal Palace 3 November 2012 23 October 2013 354 2013 [39][57][58]
Keith Millen double-dagger England Crystal Palace 23 October 2013 23 November 2013 31 2013 [58]
Tony Pulis Wales Crystal Palace 23 November 2013 14 August 2014 264 2013–2014 [59]
Keith Millen double-dagger England Crystal Palace 14 August 2014 27 August 2014 13 2014 [59]
Neil Warnock England Crystal Palace 27 August 2014 27 December 2014 122 2014 [59]
Keith Millen double-dagger England Crystal Palace 27 December 2014 2 January 2015 5 2014–2015
Alan Pardew England Crystal Palace 2 January 2015 22 December 2016 720 2015–2016 [56]
Sam Allardyce England Crystal Palace 23 December 2016 23 May 2017 151 2016–2017
Frank de Boer Netherlands Crystal Palace 26 June 2017 11 September 2017 77 2017
Roy Hodgson dagger England Crystal Palace 12 September 2017 Present* 340 2017–
Jim Smith England Derby County 15 June 1995 7 October 2001 2306 1996–2001
Colin Todd England Derby County 8 October 2001 14 January 2002 98 2001–2002
Billy McEwan double-dagger Scotland Derby County 14 January 2002 30 January 2002 16 2002
John Gregory England Derby County 30 January 2002 21 March 2003 415 2002
Billy Davies Scotland Derby County 2 June 2006 26 November 2007 542 2007
Paul Jewell England Derby County 28 November 2007 29 December 2008 397 2007–2008 [60][61]
Howard Kendall England Everton 5 November 1990 4 December 1993 1125 1992–1993 [62]
Jimmy Gabriel double-dagger Scotland Everton 4 December 1993 7 January 1994 35 1993–1994 [63]
Mike Walker Wales Everton 7 January 1994 8 November 1994 305 1994 [64]
Joe Royle England Everton 10 November 1994 27 March 1997 868 1994–1997 [65]
Dave Watson double-dagger England Everton 1 April 1997 31 May 1997 60 1997 [66]
Howard Kendall England Everton 27 June 1997 25 June 1998 363 1997–1998 [62]
Walter Smith Scotland Everton 1 July 1998 13 March 2002 1351 1998–2002 [67]
David Moyes Scotland Everton 15 March 2002 1 June 2013 4096 2002–2013 [68]
Roberto Martínez Spain Everton 5 June 2013 12 May 2016 1072 2013–2016 [69]
David Unsworth double-dagger England Everton 12 May 2016 14 June 2016 33 2016
Ronald Koeman Netherlands Everton 14 June 2016 23 October 2017 496 2016–2017
David Unsworth double-dagger England Everton 23 October 2017 30 November 2017 38 2017
Sam Allardyce England Everton 30 November 2017 16 May 2018 167 2017–2018
Marco Silva dagger Portugal Everton 31 May 2018 Present* 79 2018–
Jean Tigana France Fulham 1 July 2000 17 April 2003 1020 2001–2003 [70]
Chris Coleman Wales Fulham 17 April 2003 11 April 2007 1455 2003–2007 [71]
Lawrie Sanchez Northern Ireland Fulham 11 April 2007 21 December 2007 254 2007 [72]
Ray Lewington double-dagger England Fulham 21 December 2007 30 December 2007 9 2007
Roy Hodgson England Fulham 30 December 2007 30 June 2010 913 2007–2010 [73]
Ray Lewington double-dagger England Fulham 1 July 2010 29 July 2010 28 2010
Mark Hughes Wales Fulham 29 July 2010 1 June 2011 307 2010–2011 [74]
Martin Jol Netherlands Fulham 7 June 2011 1 December 2013 908 2011–2013 [75]
René Meulensteen Netherlands Fulham 1 December 2013 14 February 2014 75 2013–2014 [76]
Felix Magath Germany Fulham 14 February 2014 18 September 2014 216 2014 [77]
Slaviša Jokanović dagger Serbia Fulham 27 December 2015 Present* 965 2018–
David Wagner dagger United States Huddersfield Town 9 November 2015 Present* 1013 2017–
Phil Brown England Hull City 4 December 2006 15 March 2010 1197 2008–2009 [78]
Iain Dowie Northern Ireland Hull City 17 March 2010[N 1] 9 May 2010 53 2010 [79]
Steve Bruce England Hull City 8 June 2012 22 July 2016 1505 2013–2015 [39][80]
Mike Phelan England Hull City 22 July 2016[N 2] 3 January 2017 165 2016–2017
Marco Silva Portugal Hull City 5 January 2017 25 May 2017 140 2017
John Lyall England Ipswich Town 11 May 1990 5 December 1994 1669 1992–1994
Paul Goddard double-dagger England Ipswich Town 6 December 1994 27 December 1994 21 1994
John Wark double-dagger Scotland Ipswich Town 6 December 1994 27 December 1994 21 1994
George Burley Scotland Ipswich Town 28 December 1994 11 October 2002 2844 1994–1995
2000–2002
Howard Wilkinson England Leeds United 10 October 1988 10 September 1996 2892 1992–1996
George Graham Scotland Leeds United 10 September 1996 1 October 1998 751 1996–1998
David O'Leary Republic of Ireland Leeds United 1 October 1998 27 June 2002 1365 1998–2002
Terry Venables England Leeds United 8 July 2002 21 March 2003 256 2002–2003
Peter Reid England Leeds United 21 March 2003 10 November 2003 234 2003
Eddie Gray double-dagger Scotland Leeds United 10 November 2003 21 May 2004 193 2003–2004
Brian Little England Leicester City 30 May 1991 22 November 1994 1272 1994–1995
Kevin MacDonald double-dagger Scotland Leicester City 22 November 1994 14 December 1994 22 1994
Mark McGhee Scotland Leicester City 14 December 1994 7 December 1995 358 1994–1995
Martin O'Neill Northern Ireland Leicester City 21 December 1995 1 June 2000 1624 1996–2000
Peter Taylor England Leicester City 12 June 2000 30 September 2001 475 2000–2001
Dave Bassett England Leicester City 10 October 2001 6 April 2002 178 2001–2002
Micky Adams England Leicester City 7 April 2002 11 October 2004 918 2002
2003–2004
Nigel Pearson England Leicester City 15 November 2011 30 June 2015 1323 2014–2015
Claudio Ranieri Italy Leicester City 13 July 2015 23 February 2017 591 2015–2017
Craig Shakespeare England Leicester City 23 February 2017[N 3] 17 October 2017 236 2017
Michael Appleton double-dagger England Leicester City 17 October 2017 25 October 2017 8 2017
Claude Puel dagger France Leicester City 25 October 2017 Present* 297 2017–
Graeme Souness Scotland Liverpool 16 April 1991 28 January 1994 1018 1992–1994 [81]
Roy Evans England Liverpool 28 January 1994 12 November 1998 1749 1994–1998 [82]
Gérard Houllier France Liverpool 1 July 1998 14 October 2001 1201 1998–2001 [83]
Phil Thompson double-dagger England Liverpool 14 October 2001 16 March 2002 153 2001–2002
Gérard Houllier France Liverpool 17 March 2002 24 May 2004 799 2002–2004 [83]
Rafael Benítez Spain Liverpool 16 June 2004 3 June 2010 2178 2004–2010 [84]
Roy Hodgson England Liverpool 1 July 2010 8 January 2011 191 2010–2011 [85]
Kenny Dalglish Scotland Liverpool 8 January 2011 16 May 2012 494 2011–2012 [86]
Brendan Rodgers Northern Ireland Liverpool 1 June 2012 4 October 2015 1220 2012–2015
Jürgen Klopp dagger Germany Liverpool 8 October 2015 Present* 1045 2015–
Peter Reid England Manchester City 11 November 1990 26 August 1993 1019 1992–1993
Tony Book double-dagger England Manchester City 26 August 1993 28 August 1993 2 1993
Brian Horton England Manchester City 28 August 1993 16 May 1995 626 1993–1995
Alan Ball England Manchester City 30 June 1995 26 August 1996 423 1995–1996
Joe Royle England Manchester City 18 February 1998 21 May 2001 1188 2000–2001
Kevin Keegan England Manchester City 24 May 2001 11 March 2005 1387 2002–2005
Stuart Pearce England Manchester City 21 March 2005 14 May 2007 784 2005–2007
Sven-Göran Eriksson Sweden Manchester City 6 July 2007 2 June 2008 332 2007–2008
Mark Hughes Wales Manchester City 4 June 2008 19 December 2009 563 2008–2009
Roberto Mancini Italy Manchester City 19 December 2009 13 May 2013 1241 2009–2013 [87]
Brian Kidd double-dagger England Manchester City 13 May 2013 14 June 2013 32 2013
Manuel Pellegrini Chile Manchester City 14 June 2013 30 June 2016 1112 2013–2016 [88]
Pep Guardiola dagger Spain Manchester City 1 July 2016 Present* 778 2016–
Alex Ferguson Scotland Manchester United 6 November 1986 1 June 2013 9704 1992–2013 [89]
David Moyes Scotland Manchester United 1 July 2013 22 April 2014 325 2013–2014
Ryan Giggs double-dagger Wales Manchester United 22 April 2014 11 May 2014 19 2014 [90]
Louis van Gaal Netherlands Manchester United 14 July 2014 23 May 2016 679 2014–2016
José Mourinho dagger Portugal Manchester United 27 May 2016 Present* 813 2016–
Lennie Lawrence England Middlesbrough 10 July 1991 19 May 1994 1044 1992–1993
Bryan Robson England Middlesbrough 31 May 1994 6 December 2000 2381 1994–1997
1998–2000
Terry Venables England Middlesbrough 6 December 2000 12 June 2001 188 2000–2001
Steve McClaren England Middlesbrough 12 June 2001 11 May 2006 1794 2001–2006
Gareth Southgate England Middlesbrough 7 June 2006 20 October 2009 1231 2006–2009
Aitor Karanka Spain Middlesbrough 13 November 2013 16 March 2017 1219 2016–2017
Steve Agnew double-dagger England Middlesbrough 16 March 2017 9 June 2017 85 2017
Kevin Keegan England Newcastle United 5 February 1992 8 January 1997 1799 1993–1997 [91]
Terry McDermott double-dagger England Newcastle United 8 January 1997 14 January 1997 6 1997
Kenny Dalglish Scotland Newcastle United 14 January 1997 27 August 1998 590 1997–1998 [92]
Ruud Gullit Netherlands Newcastle United 28 August 1998 28 August 1999 365 1998–1999 [93]
Steve Clarke double-dagger Scotland Newcastle United 28 August 1999 2 September 1999 5 1999
Bobby Robson England Newcastle United 2 September 1999 30 August 2004 1824 1999–2004 [94]
John Carver double-dagger England Newcastle United 11 September 2004 13 September 2004 2 2004
Graeme Souness Scotland Newcastle United 13 September 2004 2 February 2006 507 2004–2006 [95]
Glenn Roeder England Newcastle United 2 February 2006 6 May 2007 458 2006–2007 [96]
Nigel Pearson double-dagger England Newcastle United 6 May 2007 15 May 2007 9 2007
Sam Allardyce England Newcastle United 15 May 2007 9 January 2008 239 2007–2008
Nigel Pearson double-dagger England Newcastle United 9 January 2008 16 January 2008 7 2008
Kevin Keegan England Newcastle United 16 January 2008 4 September 2008 232 2008
Chris Hughton double-dagger Republic of Ireland Newcastle United 8 September 2008 28 September 2008 20 2008
Joe Kinnear Republic of Ireland Newcastle United 29 September 2008 1 April 2009 184 2008–2009
Alan Shearer England Newcastle United 1 April 2009 24 May 2009 53 2009
Chris Hughton Republic of Ireland Newcastle United 1 June 2009 6 December 2010 553 2010
Alan Pardew England Newcastle United 9 December 2010 2 January 2015 1484 2010–2015
John Carver double-dagger England Newcastle United 2 January 2015 26 January 2015 24 2015
John Carver England Newcastle United 26 January 2015 10 June 2015 135 2015
Steve McClaren England Newcastle United 10 June 2015 11 March 2016 275 2015–2016
Rafael Benítez dagger Spain Newcastle United 11 March 2016 Present* 890 2016
2017–
Mike Walker Wales Norwich City 1 June 1992 6 January 1994 584 1992–1994
John Deehan England Norwich City 12 January 1994 31 July 1995 565 1994–1995
Nigel Worthington Northern Ireland Norwich City 4 December 2000 2 October 2006 2128 2004–2005
Paul Lambert Scotland Norwich City 18 August 2009 2 June 2012 1019 2011–2012
Chris Hughton Republic of Ireland Norwich City 7 June 2012 6 April 2014 668 2012–2014 [97]
Neil Adams England Norwich City 6 April 2014 5 January 2015 213 2014 [98]
Alex Neil Scotland Norwich City 9 January 2015 10 March 2017 791 2015–2016
Brian Clough England Nottingham Forest 6 January 1975 8 May 1993 6697 1992–1993 [99][100]
Frank Clark England Nottingham Forest 12 May 1993 19 December 1996 1317 1994–1996 [99][100]
Stuart Pearce double-dagger England Nottingham Forest 20 December 1996 8 May 1997 139 1996–1997 [99][100]
Dave Bassett England Nottingham Forest 8 May 1997 5 January 1999 607 1997
1998–1999
[99][100]
Micky Adams double-dagger England Nottingham Forest 5 January 1999 11 January 1999 6 1999
Ron Atkinson England Nottingham Forest 11 January 1999 16 May 1999 125 1999 [99][100]
Joe Royle England Oldham Athletic 14 July 1982 10 November 1994 4502 1992–1994
Harry Redknapp England Portsmouth 25 March 2002 24 November 2004 975 2003–2004 [101]
Velimir Zajec Croatia Portsmouth 24 December 2004 7 April 2005 104 2004–2005 [102]
Alain Perrin France Portsmouth 7 April 2005 24 November 2005 231 2005 [103][104]
Joe Jordan double-dagger Scotland Portsmouth 24 November 2005 7 December 2005 13 2005
Harry Redknapp England Portsmouth 7 December 2005 25 October 2008 1053 2005–2008 [101]
Joe Jordan double-dagger Scotland Portsmouth 25 October 2008 28 October 2008 3 2008
Tony Adams England Portsmouth 25 October 2008 9 February 2009 107 2008–2009
Paul Hart England Portsmouth 9 February 2009 24 November 2009 288 2009 [105]
Avram Grant Israel Portsmouth 26 November 2009 21 May 2010 176 2009–2010 [106]
Gerry Francis England Queens Park Rangers 1 June 1991 11 November 1994 1259 1992–1994
Ray Wilkins England Queens Park Rangers 15 November 1994 4 September 1996 659 1994–1996
Neil Warnock England Queens Park Rangers 1 March 2010 8 January 2012 678 2011–2012
Mark Hughes Wales Queens Park Rangers 10 January 2012 23 November 2012 318 2012 [107]
Mark Bowen double-dagger Wales Queens Park Rangers 23 November 2012 24 November 2012 1 2012
Harry Redknapp England Queens Park Rangers 24 November 2012 3 February 2015 802 2012–2013
2014–2015
[108][109]
Kevin Bond double-dagger England Queens Park Rangers 3 February 2015 12 February 2015 9 2015
Chris Ramsey England Queens Park Rangers 3 February 2015[N 4] 4 November 2015 274 2015
Steve Coppell England Reading 9 October 2003 12 May 2009 2042 2006–2008
Brian McDermott England Reading 17 December 2009 11 March 2013 1180 2009–2013
Nigel Adkins England Reading 26 March 2013 15 December 2014 629 2013 [110]
Dave Bassett England Sheffield United 2 January 1988 12 December 1995 2901 1992–1994
Neil Warnock England Sheffield United 2 December 1999 16 May 2007 2722 2006–2007
Trevor Francis England Sheffield Wednesday 7 June 1991 20 May 1995 1443 1992–1995
David Pleat England Sheffield Wednesday 14 June 1995 3 November 1997 873 1995–1997
Peter Shreeves double-dagger Wales Sheffield Wednesday 3 November 1997 14 November 1997 11 1997
Ron Atkinson England Sheffield Wednesday 14 November 1997 17 May 1998 184 1997–1998
Danny Wilson Northern Ireland Sheffield Wednesday 6 July 1998 21 March 2000 624 1998–2000
Peter Shreeves double-dagger Wales Sheffield Wednesday 21 March 2000 21 June 2000 92 2000
Ian Branfoot England Southampton 11 June 1991 10 January 1994 944 1992–1994 [111]
Alan Ball England Southampton 20 January 1994 2 July 1995 528 1994–1995 [112]
Dave Merrington England Southampton 14 July 1995 14 June 1996 336 1995–1996 [113]
Graeme Souness Scotland Southampton 3 July 1996 1 June 1997 333 1996–1997 [114]
Dave Jones England Southampton 23 June 1997 27 January 2000 948 1997–2000 [115]
Glenn Hoddle England Southampton 28 January 2000 28 March 2001 425 2000–2001 [116]
Stuart Gray England Southampton 30 March 2001 21 October 2001 205 2001 [117]
Gordon Strachan Scotland Southampton 22 October 2001 13 February 2004 844 2001–2004 [118]
Steve Wigley double-dagger England Southampton 13 February 2004 4 March 2004 20 2004 [119]
Paul Sturrock Scotland Southampton 4 March 2004 23 August 2004 172 2004 [120]
Steve Wigley England Southampton 23 August 2004 10 December 2004 109 2004 [119]
Harry Redknapp England Southampton 8 December 2004 2 December 2005 359 2004–2005
Nigel Adkins England Southampton 12 September 2010 18 January 2013 859 2012–2013 [121]
Mauricio Pochettino Argentina Southampton 18 January 2013 27 May 2014 494 2013–2014 [121]
Ronald Koeman Netherlands Southampton 16 June 2014 14 June 2016 729 2014–2016
Claude Puel France Southampton 30 June 2016 14 June 2017 349 2016–2017
Mauricio Pellegrino Argentina Southampton 23 June 2017 12 March 2018 262 2017–2018
Mark Hughes dagger Wales Southampton 14 March 2018 Present* 157 2018–
Tony Pulis Wales Stoke City 15 June 2006 21 May 2013 2532 2008–2013
Mark Hughes Wales Stoke City 30 May 2013 6 January 2018 1682 2013–2018 [122]
Eddie Niedzwiecki double-dagger Wales Stoke City 8 January 2018 15 January 2018 7 2018
Paul Lambert Scotland Stoke City 15 January 2018 18 May 2018 123 2018
Peter Reid England Sunderland 29 March 1995 7 October 2002 2749 1996–1997
1999–2002
Howard Wilkinson England Sunderland 10 October 2002 10 March 2003 151 2002–2003
Mick McCarthy Republic of Ireland Sunderland 12 March 2003 6 March 2006 1090 2003
2005–2006
Kevin Ball double-dagger England Sunderland 7 March 2006 31 May 2006 85 2006
Roy Keane Republic of Ireland Sunderland 30 August 2006 4 December 2008 827 2007–2008
Ricky Sbragia Scotland Sunderland 4 December 2008 24 May 2009 171 2008–2009
Steve Bruce England Sunderland 3 June 2009 30 November 2011 910 2009–2011
Martin O'Neill Northern Ireland Sunderland 3 December 2011 30 March 2013 483 2011–2013
Paolo Di Canio Italy Sunderland 31 March 2013 22 September 2013 175 2013 [123]
Kevin Ball double-dagger England Sunderland 22 September 2013 8 October 2013 16 2013 [124]
Gus Poyet Uruguay Sunderland 8 October 2013 16 March 2015 524 2013–2015
Dick Advocaat Netherlands Sunderland 17 March 2015 4 October 2015 201 2015
Sam Allardyce England Sunderland 9 October 2015 22 July 2016 287 2015–2016
David Moyes Scotland Sunderland 23 July 2016 22 May 2017 303 2016–2017 [125]
Brendan Rodgers Northern Ireland Swansea City 16 July 2010 1 June 2012 686 2011–2012 [126]
Michael Laudrup Denmark Swansea City 15 June 2012 4 February 2014 599 2012–2014 [127]
Garry Monk England Swansea City 4 February 2014 9 December 2015 673 2014–2015
Alan Curtis double-dagger Wales Swansea City 9 December 2015 18 January 2016 40 2015–2016
Francesco Guidolin Italy Swansea City 18 January 2016 3 October 2016 259 2016
Bob Bradley United States Swansea City 3 October 2016 27 December 2016 85 2016
Alan Curtis double-dagger Wales Swansea City 27 December 2016 3 January 2017 7 2016–2017
Paul Clement England Swansea City 3 January 2017 20 December 2017 351 2017
Leon Britton double-dagger England Swansea City 20 December 2017 28 December 2017 8 2017
Carlos Carvalhal Portugal Swansea City 28 December 2017 18 May 2018 141 2017–2018
John Gorman Scotland Swindon Town 4 June 1993 21 November 1994 535 1993–1994
Doug Livermore England Tottenham Hotspur 27 May 1992 19 June 1993 388 1992–1993 [128]
Ossie Ardiles Argentina Tottenham Hotspur 19 June 1993 1 November 1994 500 1993–1994 [129]
Steve Perryman double-dagger England Tottenham Hotspur 1 November 1994 15 November 1994 14 1994 [130]
Gerry Francis England Tottenham Hotspur 15 November 1994 19 November 1997 1100 1994–1997 [131]
Christian Gross Switzerland Tottenham Hotspur 25 November 1997 5 September 1998 284 1997–1998 [132]
David Pleat double-dagger England Tottenham Hotspur 30 August 1998 3 October 1998 24 1998 [133]
Chris Hughton double-dagger Republic of Ireland Tottenham Hotspur 7 September 1998 1 October 1998 34 1998 [97]
George Graham Scotland Tottenham Hotspur 5 October 1998 16 March 2001 893 1998–2001 [134]
David Pleat double-dagger England Tottenham Hotspur 16 March 2001 2 April 2001 17 2001 [135]
Glenn Hoddle England Tottenham Hotspur 2 April 2001 21 September 2003 902 2001–2003 [136]
David Pleat double-dagger England Tottenham Hotspur 21 September 2003 3 June 2004 256 2003–2004 [137]
Jacques Santini France Tottenham Hotspur 3 June 2004 5 November 2004 155 2004 [138]
Martin Jol Netherlands Tottenham Hotspur 5 November 2004 25 October 2007 1084 2004–2007 [139]
Clive Allen double-dagger England Tottenham Hotspur 25 October 2007 29 October 2007 4 2007
Alex Inglethorpe double-dagger England Tottenham Hotspur 25 October 2007 29 October 2007 4 2007
Juande Ramos Spain Tottenham Hotspur 27 October 2007 25 October 2008 364 2007–2008 [140]
Clive Allen double-dagger England Tottenham Hotspur 25 October 2008 26 October 2008 1 2008
Harry Redknapp England Tottenham Hotspur 26 October 2008 13 June 2012 1326 2008–2012 [141]
André Villas-Boas Portugal Tottenham Hotspur 6 July 2012 16 December 2013 528 2012–2013 [142]
Tim Sherwood England Tottenham Hotspur 16 December 2013 13 May 2014 148 2013–2014 [143]
Mauricio Pochettino dagger Argentina Tottenham Hotspur 27 May 2014 Present* 1544 2014–
Graham Taylor England Watford 21 February 1996 1 June 2001 1927 1999–2000 [144]
Aidy Boothroyd England Watford 29 March 2005 3 November 2008 1315 2006–2007 [145]
Quique Sánchez Flores Spain Watford 5 June 2015 15 May 2016 345 2015–2016
Walter Mazzarri Italy Watford 1 July 2016 21 May 2017 324 2016–2017
Marco Silva Portugal Watford 27 May 2017 21 January 2018 239 2017–2018
Javi Gracia dagger Spain Watford 21 January 2018 Present* 209 2018–
Gary Megson England West Bromwich Albion 9 March 2000 26 October 2004 1692 2002–2003
2004
[146]
Frank Burrows double-dagger Scotland West Bromwich Albion 27 October 2004 8 November 2004 12 2004 [147]
Bryan Robson England West Bromwich Albion 9 November 2004 18 September 2006 678 2004–2006 [148]
Tony Mowbray England West Bromwich Albion 18 October 2006 16 June 2009 972 2008–2009 [149]
Roberto Di Matteo Italy West Bromwich Albion 30 June 2009 6 February 2011 586 2010–2011 [150]
Michael Appleton double-dagger England West Bromwich Albion 6 February 2011 14 February 2011 8 2011 [151]
Roy Hodgson England West Bromwich Albion 14 February 2011 13 May 2012 454 2011–2012 [152]
Steve Clarke Scotland West Bromwich Albion 8 June 2012 14 December 2013 554 2012–2013 [153]
Keith Downing double-dagger England West Bromwich Albion 14 December 2013 9 January 2014 26 2013–2014 [154]
Pepe Mel Spain West Bromwich Albion 9 January 2014 12 May 2014 123 2014
Alan Irvine Scotland West Bromwich Albion 14 June 2014 29 December 2014 199 2014
Rob Kelly double-dagger England West Bromwich Albion 29 December 2014 1 January 2015 3 2014–2015
Tony Pulis Wales West Bromwich Albion 1 January 2015 20 November 2017 1054 2015–2017
Gary Megson double-dagger England West Bromwich Albion 20 November 2017 29 November 2017 9 2017
Alan Pardew England West Bromwich Albion 29 November 2017 2 April 2018 124 2017–2018
Darren Moore § Jamaica West Bromwich Albion 2 April 2018[N 5] Present* 138 2018
Billy Bonds England West Ham United 23 February 1990 10 August 1994 1629 1993–1994 [155]
Harry Redknapp England West Ham United 10 August 1994 9 May 2001 2464 1994–2001 [156]
Glenn Roeder England West Ham United 9 May 2001 24 April 2003 715 2001–2003 [157]
Trevor Brooking double-dagger England West Ham United 24 April 2003 12 May 2003 18 2003 [158]
Alan Pardew England West Ham United 20 October 2003 11 December 2006 1148 2005–2006 [159]
Alan Curbishley England West Ham United 13 December 2006 3 September 2008 630 2006–2008 [160]
Kevin Keen double-dagger England West Ham United 3 September 2008 15 September 2008 12 2008 [161]
Gianfranco Zola Italy West Ham United 15 September 2008 11 May 2010 603 2008–2010 [162]
Avram Grant Israel West Ham United 3 June 2010 15 May 2011 346 2010–2011 [163]
Kevin Keen double-dagger England West Ham United 15 May 2011 1 June 2011 17 2011 [164]
Sam Allardyce England West Ham United 1 June 2011 24 May 2015 1453 2012–2015
Slaven Bilić Croatia West Ham United 9 June 2015 6 November 2017 881 2015–2017
David Moyes Scotland West Ham United 7 November 2017 16 May 2018 190 2017–2018
Manuel Pellegrini dagger Chile West Ham United 22 May 2018 Present* 88 2018–
Paul Jewell England Wigan Athletic 12 June 2001 14 May 2007 2162 2005–2007 [165]
Chris Hutchings England Wigan Athletic 14 May 2007 5 November 2007 175 2007 [165]
Frank Barlow double-dagger England Wigan Athletic 5 November 2007 26 November 2007 21 2007 [165]
Steve Bruce England Wigan Athletic 26 November 2007 3 June 2009 555 2007–2009 [165]
Roberto Martínez Spain Wigan Athletic 15 June 2009 28 May 2013 1443 2009–2013 [166][167]
Joe Kinnear Republic of Ireland Wimbledon 19 January 1992 9 June 1999 2698 1992–1999
Egil Olsen Norway Wimbledon 9 June 1999 1 May 2000 327 1999–2000 [168]
Terry Burton England Wimbledon 1 May 2000 25 April 2002 724 2000 [168]
Dave Jones England Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 January 2001 11 November 2004 1408 2003–2004 [115]
Mick McCarthy Republic of Ireland Wolverhampton Wanderers 5 August 2006 14 February 2012 2019 2009–2012 [169]
Terry Connor England Wolverhampton Wanderers 24 February 2012 30 June 2012 127 2012 [170]
Nuno Espírito Santo dagger Portugal Wolverhampton Wanderers 31 May 2017 Present* 444 2018– [171]

Most games managed in Premier League[edit]

List of managers who have taken charge of over 300 Premier League matches.
Rank Manager Games Club(s)
1 France Arsène Wenger 828 Arsenal (828)
2 Scotland Alex Ferguson 810 Manchester United (810)
3 England Harry Redknapp 639 West Ham United (269), Portsmouth (157), Tottenham Hotspur (144), Queens Park Rangers (71), Southampton (22)
4 Scotland David Moyes 526 Everton (427), Sunderland (38), Manchester United (34), West Ham United (27)
5 England Sam Allardyce 512 Bolton Wanderers (226), West Ham United (114), Blackburn Rovers (76), Sunderland (30), Everton (24), Newcastle United (21), Crystal Palace (21)
6 Wales Mark Hughes 452 Stoke City (174), Blackburn Rovers (148), Manchester City (54), Fulham (38), Queens Park Rangers (30), Southampton (8)
7 England Steve Bruce 393 Birmingham City (165), Sunderland (89), Hull City (76), Wigan Athletic (63)
8 Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill 359 Leicester City (152), Aston Villa (152), Sunderland (55)
9 England Alan Curbishley 328 Charlton Athletic (266), West Ham United (62)
10 Wales Tony Pulis 322 Stoke City (190), West Bromwich Albion (106), Crystal Palace (26)
11 England Alan Pardew 320 Newcastle United (155), Crystal Palace (74), West Ham United (55), Charlton Athletic (18), West Bromwich Albion (18)
12 Scotland Graeme Souness 319 Blackburn Rovers (118), Newcastle United (95), Liverpool (68), Southampton (38)
=13 Republic of Ireland Joe Kinnear 302 Wimbledon (284), Newcastle United (18)
=13 Spain Rafael Benítez 302 Liverpool (228), Chelsea (26), Newcastle United (42)
(Bold denotes manager currently managing a Premier League club)
Statistics correct at end of the 2017–18 season.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Brian Horton and Steve Ashton took charge of Hull for two days, however no fixtures were played in this time.
  2. ^ Phelan served as caretaker manager until 13 October 2016, when he was given a long term appointment.
  3. ^ Shakespeare served as caretaker manager until 12 March 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  4. ^ Ramsey served as caretaker manager until 12 February 2015, when he was given a long term appointment.
  5. ^ Moore served as caretaker manager until 18 May 2018, when he was given a long term appointment.

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