Premier League

Top four managers with most Premier League titles

Rajarshi Shukla

May 21 2023
Manager most Premier League titles

These coaches have been one of the greatest in the English league since its inception.

Since its start three decades ago, the Premier League has undoubtedly been the most contested competition in international football.

Since then, the competition has had seven different victors, with the competition growing more surprising each season. Yet part of the explanation for this is that the Premier League is home to some of the top managers in the sport. It’s simple to identify good managers, but it demands an exceptional manager to stick around at a Premier League team.

But, there are several legends in the game who have achieved the same results with their tactical acumen and people management abilities, repeatedly leading their teams to multiple Premier League championships.

4. Arsene Wenger – 3

Even if he may have remained a bit too long, Wenger will always be remembered as a legend at Arsenal. Yet, the Frenchman was instrumental in making Arsenal a genuine power in the top division prior to the Gunners’ relocation to the Emirates.

His first championship came in the 1997–98 season, and he gained a second in the 2001–02 campaign. His greatest accomplishment, though, was leading Arsenal to an undefeated 38-game season in 2003–04. Wenger is to blame for this team’s reputation as the “Invincibles,” which they will always go by.

3. Jose Mourinho – 3

It’s possible that Mourinho’s past two league jobs, at Manchester United and Tottenham, didn’t go as planned. Yet the fact that he won three league championships during his two stints with Chelsea is indisputable proof of his success.

The Portuguese player, coached by Sir Bobby Robson, moved to England in 2004, following Porto’s Champions League victory. At Stamford Bridge, Mourinho, who went by the moniker “The Special One,” won back-to-back league championships.

Afterwards, in 2013, he went back to Chelsea, where he won the championship once more the following year (2014–15). Unquestionably, the 59-year-old is among the best managers of our era.

2. Pep Guardiola – 5

Manchester City has emerged as the hegemonic force in the Premier League since Guardiola’s arrival at the Etihad in the summer of 2016. Many records have been broken by him, and since taking over as manager, he has only dropped 30 games in the league.

His City club were the first to score 100 points in the 2017–18 season. And he now has the potential to surpass Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger and become the league’s finest manager since Sir Alex. There is no denying that Guardiola has excelled in the Premier League, but there is still room for improvement.

1. Alex Ferguson – 13

The famous manager of Manchester United is in first place with an amazing 13 championships. The Red Devils conquered the 1990s and most of the 2000s under his leadership.

Ferguson excelled at assembling and disassembling his teams to keep Manchester United the most formidable in the Premier League. The United team hasn’t even come close to winning the league since he left Old Trafford.

The Red Devils prevailed over their rivals to the championship during his final season in command, the 2012–13 season, and that was the ideal way for him to go. It seems unlikely that anyone will surpass his total of 13 league championships.

**This article was last updated on 21 May 2023.

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