Premier League manager Power Rankings: Solskjaer, Lampard in bottom half

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Jul 30, 2019Mark OgdenSenior Writer, ESPN FC Who are the best managers in the Premier League and what makes them better than the rest? Mark Ogden brings you ESPN FC’s preseason Premier League Power Rankings, with each manager’s trophy-winning record and career highlights part of the formula to determine this season’s 1-20.JUMP TO: Bruce | Dyche | Emery | Guardiola | Gracia | Farke | Hasenhuttl | Hodgson | Howe | Klopp | Lampard | Nuno Santo | Pellegrini | Pochettino | Potter | Rodgers | Silva | Smith | Solskjaer | Wilder1 – Pep Guardiola, Man CityTROPHIES WON: 27 (including two Champions Leagues and eight domestic league titles)CAREER HIGHLIGHT: La Liga, Copa del Rey, Champions League Treble in first season as Barcelona coach in 2009The Manchester City manager is arguably the No. 1 coach in the world right now. He’s won domestic titles with Barcelona, Bayern Munich and at City, with two Champions League victories on his CV, too. But Guardiola is not just about trophies; he brings a playing style that has proved to be one step ahead of the rest for a decade since starting out at Barca in 2008-09. Guardiola is the complete manager, but European glory has eluded him in both Germany and England.2 – Jurgen Klopp, LiverpoolTROPHIES WON: 6CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Champions League triumph with Liverpool in 2019By guiding Liverpool to the Champions League title last season, Klopp proved himself to be one of the world’s elite coaches and silenced the doubters who claimed his sides too often fell at the final hurdle. Klopp is a manager loved by players and supporters alike, and his high-intensity playing style has helped turn Liverpool into one of the most exciting teams on the planet, but to claim No. 1 spot, he has to win the Premier League at Anfield.3 – Mauricio Pochettino, TottenhamTROPHIES WON: 0CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Guiding Spurs to 2019 Champions League final.Five years at Tottenham has so far delivered no trophies, but Pochettino has transformed Spurs from underachievers to a club now established as a Champions League regular, making their first appearance in the final last season. The Argentine develops young players and has a track record for getting everything from those under his charge. The next time a superclub is looking for a new coach, Pochettino will be high on their list.4 – Unai Emery, ArsenalTROPHIES WON: 10CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Three successive Europa League titles with Sevilla in 2014, 2015 and 2016The Arsenal coach has a tough job on his hands at the Emirates in terms of making the Gunners competitive again, but his track record is beyond doubt, having won six major trophies (including three Europa Leagues with Sevilla) during his time as a manager. The Spaniard faces the biggest challenge of his career at Arsenal, a team admittedly in a transition phase, but he is certainly qualified to take it on.- Premier League fixtures 2019-20 in full
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