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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Wenger Top, 15 All-Time Premier League longest-serving managers

 Top 15 All-Time Premier League longest-serving managers List, EPL HIstory.



Dyche, 49, was appointed at Turf Moor on 30 October 2012 and has overseen 195 Premier League games as Burnley manager before Saturday's match at home to Chelsea on 29 Nov. 2020... 


He is one of just two current Premier League managers to make the Top 15 list in terms of the most games managed in a single spell at a club in the competition, placing 12th on that list. 



Wenger, Ferguson Top 15 in list, Premier League All-Time longest-serving managers history



Arsene Wenger, Alex Ferguson Tops, Premier League All-Time longest-serving managers history.


We've given you one already, but can you name the other 19 longest-serving managers in Premier League history?




1- Arsene Wenger-- This Frenchman spent over 21 years in North London and managed 828 Premier League games before his departure in 2018 with three Premier League titles to his name.


2- Alex Ferguson-- 13 titles during a 810-league game reign lasting over 26 years. It will be some time before this Scot’s Premier League trophy haul is matched.


3- David Moyes-- Another long-serving Scot spent 11 years on Merseyside, overseeing 427 Premier League games before his high-profile move to Manchester in 2013.


4- Joe Kinnear-- This manager led Wimbledon to an impressive sixth-place Premier League finish in 1993-94 during a seven-year spell which ended in 1999.


5 - Harry Redknapp-- Also known for his spells on the South Coast and at Tottenham Hotspur, this English manager’s longest term was spent at West Ham United between 1994 and 2001.


6 - Alan Curbishley -- Just shy of a 15-year stay when he departed in 2006, this manager led Charlton Athletic in 266 Premier League games.


7 - Rafael Benitez -- Fresh from winning the Spanish title with Valencia, this manager arrived on Merseyside in 2004. Though there was to be no league success during his six-year reign, one particular night in Istanbul will live long in the memory.


8 - Sam Allardyce -- This manager established Bolton Wanderers as a Premier League side following promotion in 2001 and led the club to Uefa Cup qualification in 2005.


9 - Gerard Houllier -- A French manager who won exactly half of his 216 Premier League games while manager at Anfield between 1998 and 2004.


10 - Mauricio Pochettino -- A season-and-a-half at Southampton was followed by a five-year stay at Tottenham in which this Argentine led the North London club to a Champions League final in 2019.


11 - Jim Smith -- A former Newcastle and Portsmouth boss, this Englishman ended up three games shy of 200 Premier League games when he departed Derby County in 2001.


12 - Sean Dyche -- Eight years into his time at Turf Moor and still going, this manager is closing in on 200 Premier League games as Burnley's boss.


13 - Eddie Howe-- 190 Premier League games as Bournemouth manager followed a climb through the divisions under this manager, who departed in 2020 after five seasons in English football’s top-flight came to an end in 2019-20.


14 - Steve McClaren -- A five-year term at Middlesbrough culminated in a Uefa Cup final appearance in 2006, before England came calling for this manager.


15 - Bryan Robson -- Another Middlesbrough manager who, like his successor, oversaw exactly 190 Premier League games during a seven-year stay at the Riverside Stadium. He had played for the club prior to his appointment, following a lengthy career at Manchester United.





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