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13 May 2022 07:50:14
So with the season in its final weeks who would you all say has been manager of the season. The two obvious contenders are Pep and JK. If we win the treble or a double that includes the CL it will be Klopp. If its a domestic cup double or just the league cup it will likely be Pep. But away from the big two I think there are some contenders out there that have done magnificent jobs.

Vieira at Palace has done a fantastic job and he is building something there on limited resources. Frank at Brentford has done well, refusing to bend on thier style of play and managing to stay up playing attacking football, not many Championship teams have managed that after being promoted over the years. And dare I say it Conte at Spurs. He hasn't been there a full season but he has taken them from 9th to the verge of the top 4. If the season had began when he joined Spurs are in 3rd. I hope the win lner of course is JK, after winning a brilliant treble.

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13 May 2022 08:19:02
Viera has changed the style of play at palace but with 3 Hardish games left if they don’t pick up any points they will have the same points as last season under Roy.
For me apart from Pep and Klopp it’s got to be Eddie Howe I know he spent in January but I expected more than they spent and the turn around has been massive.

13 May 2022 08:43:12
1. Arteta (bottling the CL place)
2. Brendan (exit from FA, League cup, Europa league, Conference league. Humiliation)
3. Bielsa (Conceding some 80 odd goals in a single season)

13 May 2022 09:08:24
I think nobody outside the obvious two have really done anything particularly noteworthy or exceptional, to be honest. Perhaps Frank or Potter are dark horses but their early season praise seems to have petered out so I don't see them having a strong enough narrative to push them ahead of Klopp or Guardiola.

13 May 2022 09:14:17
Vieira is a more than worthy shout, IMO. Same with Thomas Frank at Brentford. Not Eddie Howe for me cos he had big advantages hat no other team in the relegation fight had so that's a NO.
I still have a soft spot for Graham Potter at Brighton even tho, I wouldn't pick him for MOTY.

13 May 2022 10:05:08
Manager of the season is always a hard shout as each manager has a totally different end goal whilst working under totally different restrictions to each other.

2-3 managers are going for a title
3–6 for CL or europa
And then
The rest are trying to stay in the league and finish as high as possible.

Only 1 manager can win the league but for some managers keeping a side in the league is probably a bigger achievement than another manager getting CL or Europa.

13 May 2022 15:05:12
Transition Time or Harry or whoever you are what are you waffling on about. Clearly this post is about opinion on managers who have done well outside of the two obvious stand outs. And you post some drivle about a manager who is not actually managing in the Premier league any more conceding 80 goals. Are you ok hun, do you need assistance.

13 May 2022 16:23:59
Kimuraking. th, I ignored the post cos it seemed to be a whind up, mate.







 

 

 
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