Top 10 managers with most victories in the history of Premier League

The most recent manager in league history with 150 victories is Pep Guardiola.
One of the most renowned and fiercely contested football leagues in the world is the Premier League. It is perhaps the finest league in Europe, and all of the best coaches and players aspire to play in it. In the past, the league has seen illustrious players and coaches compete to succeed for their individual clubs.
The Premier League has been blessed by individuals like Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, and more modern figures like Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp. There are other additional outstanding tacticians that have led numerous clubs to great success. Guardiola just became the player to reach the 150-win plateau the fastest, doing it in just 204 games. In terms of total victories over the history of the league, he falls well short.

The top 10 Premier League managers in terms of victories are shown below.

7. Jurgen Klopp has 147 victories.
After the most recent Merseyside derby victory, Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool FC, has 147 victories in the Premier League. The German coach has overseen 234 league games so far and will undoubtedly increase his victory total. During the 2019–20 season, he won the league once while playing for the Reds.

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6. Pep Guardiola has 150 victories.
Rafael Benitez has managed Everton FC, Newcastle United, and Liverpool in the past. He has won 172 games overall. The manager has overseen 354 games so far and is still in charge of the Toffees. With Liverpool, Benitez has won three titles, including the UEFA Champions League, but the Premier League eludes him yet.

5. Sam Allardyce, with 177 victories.
Sam Allardyce has a track record of helping struggling teams stay in the league. For organizations like Bolton, Sunderland, Crystal Palace, and others, he has used his charm. Out of 534 games, the English player has won 177 games. Since Allardyce has never been in charge of a top-four team, he hasn’t even gone close to taking home the Premier League title.
Jose Mourinho has 217 victories.
One of the finest managers to ever grace the Premier League, Jose Mourinho dominated the division during his first season with Chelsea. The Portuguese, who joined Manchester United in 2016, later served as their manager. Three league championships have been won by Mourinho, all with the London-based team. He is now in charge of AS Roma, a Serie A team.

4. David Moyes has 235 victories.
One of the Premier League’s managers with the greatest experience right now is David Moyes. Currently, West Ham United is led by the former manager of Everton, Manchester United, and Sunderland. Moyes is presently attempting to guide the Hammers to a top-four finish despite just having one FA Community Shield victory with the Red Devils.

3. Harry Redknapp (236 victories).
Harry Redknapp has won 236 games in the Premier League while managing teams like Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, and QPR, among others. He has managed 642 games in total, which is the third-highest total of any manager in the league. With Portsmouth, the Englishman won an FA Cup, but never the Premier League.

2. Arsene Wenger (476 victories)
One of the most illustrious coaches to have led teams in the Premier League is Arsene Wenger. In the Premier League, he exclusively oversaw Arsenal, which he turned into a force in the early 2000s. Under his leadership, Arsenal won three titles, and they haven’t won one since. During his 22 years with the London-based club, the Frenchman supervised 828 games and 476 victories.

1. Sir Alex Ferguson, with 528 victories.
In the history of the Premier League, Sir Alex Ferguson has managed teams to the most victories. The illustrious Scot managed 810 total games, winning 528 of them. During his 27-year tenure with Manchester United, he won 14 league championships. With 48 championships to his record, he is possibly the most successful manager in history.

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