Arteta named in top 10 all-time best Premier League managers

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Mikel Arteta, head coach of Arsenal, has been named one of the top 10 all-time Premier League managers in terms of points per game (PPG).

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Arteta made the shortlist after his team defeated Leeds on Sunday, with the cut-off point being 50 games.

The Spaniard has guided Arsenal to 9 EPL victories in 10 games played and as a result, they lead the league with 27 points.

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Ranking Per (PPG)

  • 10) Mikel Arteta (Arsenal): 1.8 pts per game
  • 9) Carlo Ancelotti (Chelsea and Everton): 1.84 pts per game
  • 8) Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea): 1.94 pts per game
  • 7) Arsene Wenger (Arsenal): 1.96 pts per game
  • 6) Jose Mourinho (Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham): 2.03 pts per game
  • 5) Roberto Mancini (Manchester City): 2.05 pts per game
  • 4) Antonio Conte (Chelsea and Tottenham): 2.12 pts per game
  • 3) Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool): 2.13 pts per game
  • 2) Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United): 2.16 pts per game
  • 1) Pep Guardiola (Manchester City): 2.35 pts per game

PPG Rankings by Football365.

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