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Premier League: Ferguson, Guardiola, Wenger, Mourinho and Klopp, who is the best?

The Premier League has been blessed with hordes of talented coaches throughout the years, with the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola, Arsene Wenger, José Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp, all with claims of being the best.

For Neil Warnock, it is the legendary Arsenal boss Wenger who rises to the top, while Ferguson, despite the dynasty he built at Old Trafford, is fourth on his list. Unsurprisingly, his opinion has sparked heated debate.

After all, Ferguson is the most decorated coach in top flight history. He won a record 13 titles throughout his 27-year reign and regularly outperformed his peers. No manager has yet come close to matching his accomplishments.

Sir Alex Ferguson has been selected by Sportsmail experts as the best Premier League boss

Sir Alex Ferguson has been selected by Sportsmail’s experts like the best boss in the Premier League

But Warnock, who has presided over a record 1,603 games during his 41-year career, said three other bosses have brought more to life at the head table when asked to name their top five Premier League coaches of all. time.

As a result, Sportsmail has asked several of our experts for their choices and to explain their decision making …

Neil Warnock, a veteran coach, revealed that Arsene Wenger is in his No. 1 spot

Neil Warnock, a veteran coach, revealed that Arsene Wenger is in his No. 1 spot

Neil Warnock, a veteran coach, revealed that Arsene Wenger is in his No. 1 spot

Wenger managed Arsenal for 22 years and Warnock claims it changed the perspective of football

Wenger managed Arsenal for 22 years and Warnock claims it changed the perspective of football

Wenger managed Arsenal for 22 years and Warnock claims it changed the perspective of football

ROB DRAPER

1. Sir Alex Ferguson

2. Pep Guardiola

3. Arsene Wenger

4. José Mourinho

5. Claudio Ranieri

Not having Sir Alex No. 1 strikes me as obtuse to the point of perversity. The 13 title wins and longevity, handling the transition between great teams in a way that Wenger didn’t after 2006, puts him way ahead.

Wenger, of course, as Warnock points out, has an influence far beyond his three titles, but I would say that, tactically, Guardiola has changed us so much, produced football as sublime as Wenger’s and has three titles in five years.

Klopp will undoubtedly make this list soon, but I think Ranieri tops that for now. They have one title each and clearly the Italian stands out as the greatest title in Premier League history, and they are unlikely to surpass it.

Pep Guardiola has produced a football as sublime as Wenger's and has three titles in five years

Pep Guardiola has produced a football as sublime as Wenger's and has three titles in five years

Pep Guardiola has produced a football as sublime as Wenger’s and has three titles in five years

MIKE KEEGAN

1. Sir Alex Ferguson

For a million miles. Nobody comes close. With each passing day of the current Old Trafford container fire, his incredible achievements are even higher.

2. José Mourinho

It’s easy to forget that before the Special One came out, Chelsea was far from it. Yes, he enjoyed financial backing, but his near-instant success in an underperforming perennial was sensational.

3. Arsenal Wenger

It came, it saw, it revolutionized. His Arsenal machine was a mixture of brutal and brilliant. A pity that he had to spend years paying for a stadium.

4. Jurgen Klopp

Delivered where many others failed to end Liverpool’s trophy drought in what was one of the Premier League’s greatest achievements. He continues to keep the Reds in the mix despite financial constraints.

5. Pep Guardiola

His impact on the game is there for all to see. It has been a pleasure to watch your City teams as their tactics have redefined the norm.

Chelsea were far from special when José Mourinho took over, but handed it over immediately

Chelsea were far from special when José Mourinho took over, but handed it over immediately

Chelsea were far from special when José Mourinho took over, but handed it over immediately

BARLOW MATE

1. Sir Alex Ferguson

2. Pep Guardiola

3. Arsene Wenger

4. José Mourinho

5. Jurgen Klopp

It is impossible to walk away from Sir Alex Ferguson’s 13 Premier League titles out of 21 contested before his retirement in 2013. The manager is expected to win. If not, why fire him when he doesn’t?

Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger are the two great revolutionaries of the Premier League era. Both have instigated radical changes and set new trends. Both have won trophies while delivering soccer with style and fluidity.

But combine your Premier League titles, add three from Mourinho and Klopp’s win in 2020, and Fergie is still three short. The gulf is too great for other factors to dominate.

Jurgen Klopp ranks fifth on this list after leading Liverpool to Premier League success

Jurgen Klopp ranks fifth on this list after leading Liverpool to Premier League success

Jurgen Klopp ranks fifth on this list after leading Liverpool to Premier League success

JACK GAUGHAN

1. Sir Alex Ferguson

2. Pep Guardiola

3. Arsene Wenger

4. José Mourinho

5. Jurgen Klopp

The order is debatable, but I can’t imagine there are many other variations of the top five. Ferguson beats him for his longevity, while Klopp is squeezed by the way he has playing Liverpool.

There is not much to say about Guardiola, whose genius has shone for the past five years.

Special mentions to Sir Bobby Robson for his triumphant time at Newcastle and Martin O’Neill’s consistency with Aston Villa and stabilizing Leicester City as a top-notch club in the 1990s.

Ferguson is widely considered the greatest as a result of the longevity of his glory in the top flight.

Ferguson is widely considered the greatest as a result of the longevity of his glory in the top flight.

Ferguson is widely considered the greatest as a result of the longevity of his glory in the top flight.

RIATH AL-SAMARRAI

1. Sir Alex Ferguson

2. Pep Guardiola

3. Arsene Wenger

4. José Mourinho

5. Claudio Ranieri

As much as I’ve always loved listening to Neil Warnock, I’m not sure I can accept a list that doesn’t put Ferguson at number 1. The power of numbers, the creation of an empire, the reinventions of his squad, is too much. . a lot of work to make a fool of yourself.

Places two through four are largely interchangeable. Guardiola overshadows me by virtue of his innovations and the brilliance of his teams, and Wenger pushes Mourinho by the magnitude of an undefeated season.

He also deserves a nod for the consistency of keeping Arsenal in the Champions League for so long while paying the stadium.

I’d have Ranieri at five, although he’s clearly not the fifth best coach working in the Premier League. Not the sixth, seventh or eighth and so on.

But what he did that season is sure to remain more memorable over time than almost anything else.

Many of the positions are interchangeable, but Wenger ranks high in his undefeated season.

Many of the positions are interchangeable, but Wenger ranks high in his undefeated season.

Many of the positions are interchangeable, but Wenger ranks high in his undefeated season.

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