Top 10 Premier League Managers (No: 8)

by James Baker

Wednesday, December 26th, 2007

The Premier League began in 1992-93 so I thought I would see who had won what domestic trophies in that time. The Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup have been covered and I have also thrown our European competition winning managers in to the mix to find the best 10 managers in the history of the Premier League.


8 Martin O’Neil – Leicester/Villa, George Graham – Arsenal/Spurs

One of the most charismatic men in football, never afraid to speak his mind both on and off the pitch. I will never forget when he took the piss out of Robbie Williams live on air. (see video). Martin returned to English football after a few years away with Celtic. He established Leicester as a Premier League team and led them to two League Cup victories were also runners up. Known for getting the best out of a limited team, he was recently coveted for the England manager’s job. Now doing a good job with Villa, can he take them further?

George Graham enjoyed great success as Arsenal manager in the late 80’s and early 90’s, he was also responsible for the most magical ending to a season ever. He never won a Premier League title, though. An FA Cup success with Arsenal and also a Carling Cup victory. He led Tottenham to the league Cup in 99.

To find out who is at number 9 click here

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  • Clown farmer Peggy

    Robbie Williams, what a twat, very funny, Martin for England

  • Matt ‘The Heartbeat’

    Martin for England? I don’t think so some how.

    He’s staying at the Villa! Champions league here we come!

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