Nov 23, 2010 5 Comments
A teams position in the league is inextricably linked to the managers performance but some managers do a lot more for their team with less resources and money available to them. The table below shows how well some manager are doing.
|1||Carlo Ancelloti||Chelsea||The best players, the best goalkeeper/defence, the best attackers, the
most balanced team in the Premiership- yet fighting to stay on top because the other teams won’t lay down!
|2||Alex Ferguson||Man Utd||Massive experience and resources at this club but Is he ready to retire yet?|
|3||Owen Coyle||Bolton||The best Premier League manager based on resources available to him.|
|4||Arsene Wenger||Arsenal||Least improved manager in 5 years despite the club (business) doing well financially. Manager does not adjust well to changes in the Premiership style of play.|
|5||Roberto Mancini||Man City||The best team money can buy but sadly the manager is not a cut above. Eventually the players will gel.|
|6||Harry Redknapp||Tottenham||Good blend of players make this a great team with lot of promise. Defence a bit suspect though.|
|7||Steve Bruce||Sunderland||Won’t give in to any team. Just needs a little more quality – coming through.|
|8||Tony Pulis||Stoke||Hard working, tough and gives 100%. Makes up for lack of cash.|
|9||Chris Huhgton||Newcastle||Learning every game, better discipline could help this team progress. Some good players coming through.|
|10||Roy Hodgson||Liverpool||Just 2 games from being back in the hunt with the top dogs. Now accepting team he inherited!|
|11||Ian Holloway||Blackpool||Just relax and enjoy a cherished and enviable position. Calm down!!!!
Your players are responding to the challenge of playing in the premiership.
|12||Sam Allardyce||Blackburn||A hard and wily manager who knows how to grind out results.|
|13||Alex McLeish||Birmingham||Feisty team with never say die attitude instilled by manager.|
|14||Gerard Houllier||Aston Villa||Just another manager – not a cut above the rest – punching well below his weight.|
|15||Roberto Di Matteo||West Brom||A young manager still learning on the job.|
|16||David Moyes||Everton||Seems preoccupied about whether players are leaving or staying – This could be hampering his team.|
|17||Mark Hughes||Fulham||Still smarting after being sacked by Manchester City. May be too bitter to make good footballing decisions.|
|18||Roberto Di Matteo||Wigan||Better discipline could help this team to do move out of relegation.|
|19||Mick McCarthy||Wolverhampton||This team is up and down like a yoyo. To close to relegation for comfort.|
|20||Avram Grant||West Ham||Granted a few more games before final decision on his and clubs future.
A nice man but his demeanour can suck the life out of any team.