Best Premier League managers of all time.

Over the last 29 years, some of the greatest managers in football history have graced the Premier League. During this time, the teams and games they have managed have had some memorable performances. You should keep up to date with these managers as three of them are still managing teams that you can bet on. Check out this weekends predictions.

Here are our top five greatest Premier League football managers of all time, in no particular order.

Sir Alex Ferguson

Alex Ferguson took over a Manchester United team that was failing to score goals, much less win one, in November 1986. After a few months, Ferguson was being pushed to his limits, but he was given one last opportunity to demonstrate his worth as a manager in the season.

Alex Ferguson 2011

After leaving Stockport, Ferguson began his managerial career at St Mirren in 1967, where he served as boss for 27 years. Over 27 years, Ferguson won 38 trophies, including a record 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, four League Cups, and two Champions League crowns. In 2013, Ferguson would leave the Premier League as its greatest ever manager and one of the best football managers of all time, having built and rebuilt several of the league's finest ever sides.

Arsene Wenger

After a seven-year run at the helm of Monaco during the late 1980s and early 1990s, Arsene Wenger was hired as Arsenal manager in 1996. The Frenchman's status was called into question, but he too would shut his critics up.

Arsene Wenger spent 22 years with Arsenal, winning three Premier League titles, seven FA Cups, and establishing an unforgettable unbeaten league campaign in 2003-04 when the Invincibles. Wenger not only won trophies, but he also revolutionized the modern-day game by implementing changes to scouting systems and player diets, earning him the moniker "Le Professor."

Pep Guardiola

Guardiola's Barcelona teams were renowned for silky ball play and trophies, but it took him some time to perfect his spectacular approach at Manchester City. After a trophyless first season in 2016-17, Guardiola then led Manchester City to the greatest Premier League campaign of all time in 2017-18.

City shattered several league records in 2013-14, including the most points, goals scored, and victories in a single season. They were pushed to the final day of the season in year two and again emerged victorious to win back-to-back Premier League crowns for the first time.

Guardiola added another Premier League title in 2018, and he has also won one FA Cup and four League Cups during his time at the Etihad. Carles is undoubtedly one of the most incredible Premier League sides of all time, if not the greatest.

Jose Mourinho

Manchester United and Arsenal were the two most powerful clubs in English football when Jose Mourinho joined Chelsea in 2004, but this began to change. The Blues became the league's unbeatable team.

Mourinho's Chelsea side set the Premier League records for most points (beating Liverpool's record of 93) and fewest goals conceded in a season, which has yet to be broken. They also won back-to-back Premier League titles without difficulty, blowing any adversary they came up against out of the water.

Mourinho left Chelsea in 2007, returning as ‘The Special One' in 2013 to win the Premier League again in 2014-15 when he was once again recognized as a genius. He has also worked at Manchester United and Tottenham since then.

Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp is known for his success at Borussia Dortmund, but there were still some concerns over whether or not he could lead Liverpool back to the top, having gone years without achieving consistent glory. After a few seasons, Klopp revealed that he had the ability, but he required the appropriate personnel.

Even before Virgil van Dijk and Alisson Becker arrived, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool rose from fifth to second in 2018-19, finishing with 98 points – which would have been enough to take the title in any other year.

During the following season, Klopp led Liverpool to their first Premier League title in 30 years, while also playing some incredible football. Klopp had turned the Reds into one of the best teams in the division's history while also cementing his status as one of the finest Premier League bosses ever.

Bayern Munich's Jupp Heynckes will be hoping to add a second Premier League crown to his record this season with Liverpool back on track.