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Friday, 11th August, 2017

Most Stylish Football Managers In The Premier League 2017

The best dressed English Premier League Managers

From tracksuit managers to the suited and booted, there’s a lot of style and fashion in the dugout and on the touchline these days. The Premier League 2016-17 season is here, and there’s been some stylish management movements, with José Mourinho going to Man United, Pep Guardiola going to Man City and Antonio Conte heading up things at Chelsea, it seems like almost every stylish manager is in the Premier League (with a few exceptions).

So in no particular order, here’s the best dressed managers in the Premier League, and what I love about their style.

Pep Guardiola


Club: Manchester City
Nationality: Spanish
Age: 46
Club Sponsor: Nike

Josep “Pep” Guardiola has been a stylish figure no matter what club he’s been at. From Barcelona to Bayern and now Man City, he can pull off the suit and shirt, knit and tie combinations so well, and is partial to brown shoes. He’s also been known to go casual with check or short sleeve shirts and trainers, and still maintains a very smart managerial look.

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Jose Mourinho


Club: Manchester United
Nationality: Portuguese
Age: 54
Club Sponsor: Adidas

He’s been in football in England rather quickly, and I am glad he is, as is the rest of football. The special one has been a fan of blue, managing Inter, Porto and Chelsea there’s been no problems with colour combinations. Now he’s a red, it will be interesting to see the colours he wears in his outfits. My favourite style of Jose has to be the midnight/navy blue shirt and suit combo, which looks so sleek.


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Arsene Wenger


Club: Arsenal
Nationality: French
Age: 67
Club Sponsor: Puma

Have you seen Arsene without his trusted red tie and white shirt combination? Probably not. Adding in his V-neck knit keeps him looking smart, and how can I forget that long length jacket which he still has problems zipping up (Google it!)


Antonio Conte


Club: Chelsea
Nationality: Italian
Age: 48
Club Sponsor: Adidas

Antonio Conte finds himself at Chelsea after taking charge of Italy in Euro 2016. He was seen looking super stylish in all midnight blue which could go down well at Stamford Bridge.

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Jurgen Klopp


Club: Liverpool
Nationality: German
Age: 50
Club Sponsor: New Balance

If you’re running up and down the touchline like a madman, a tailored suit will not do. Jurgen Klopp defines the tracksuit manager and has always been like one of the fans at the clubs he’s managed, which is perfect for Liverpool. He has been known to wear a suit, but that’s rather rare.



Mauricio Pochettino


Club: Tottenham
Nationality: Argentinian
Age: 45
Team Sponsor: Under Armour

Mauricio Pochettino is known to mix up his style from smart to casual, and can quite easily pull off both. He keeps it colour co-ordinated with Spurs, usually seen in a navy and white suit with tie, or some of Tottenham’s sportswear.


Rafa Benitez

Rafa Benitez

Club: Newcastle United
Nationality: Spanish
Age: 57
Club Sponsor: Puma

Newcastle United are back in the Premier League! Rafa Benitez is one of the older managers, but is always well turned out in his suit, and is usually sporting a tie in the club’s colours, along with a crest lapel pin.

Zinedine Zidane


Club: Real Madrid
Nationality: French
Age: 45
Club Sponsor: Adidas

Zidane is no stranger to Spanish style, he was the face of Spain’s Mango MAN a couple of years ago. He’s kept up the style with tidy suits, and is another who’s a bit of a lover of brown shoes.


Diego Simeone


Club: Atletico Madrid
Nationality: Argentinian
Age: 47
Club Sponsor: Nike

Have you ever seen Diego Simeone without an all black suit and tie? Probably not. This is his trademark style and has been for a number of years. He’s got it to a T, and I think it’s possibly the best signature style of all managers.

Joachim Low


Team: Germany
Nationality: German
Age: 57
Sponsor: Adidas (Hugo Boss Tailoring)

How can I forget one of the most stylish men in football? Well I haven’t! Jogi Low does it all. From an over-the-head sweatshirt to smart suit with knit, or just a crisp shirt, he always looks the part. It’s little wonder that the German coaches and himself got the nickname “The Boyband” with all their impeccable, co-ordinated style.


Best Of The Rest – Premier League Managers

He’s the rest of the current managers in the Premier League who’s style you’ll be able to see this season.


Slaven Bilic: 48 Years Old, Croatian, Manager Of West Ham

Eddie Howe: 39 Years Old, English, Manager Of Bournemouth

Sean Dyche: 46 Years Old, English Manager Of Burnley

Ronald Koeman, Craig Shakespere And Wagner

Ronald Koeman: 54 Years Old, Dutch, Manager Of Everton

Craig Shakespeare: 53 Years Old, English, Manager Of Leicester

David Wagner: 45 Years Old, German, Manager Of Huddersfield Town

Pellegrino, Mark Hughes And Paul Clement

Mauricio Pellegrino: 45 Years Old, Argentinian, Manager Of Southampton

Mark Hughes: 53 Years Old, Welsh, Manager Of Stoke City

Paul Clement: 45 Years Old, English, Manager Of Swansea

Tony Pulis And Marco Silva

Tony Pulis: 59 Years Old, English, Manager Of West Brom

Marco Silva: 40 Years Old, Portuguese, Manager Of Watford

Ronald De Boer And Chris Hughton

Frank De Boer: 47 Years Old, Dutch, Manager Of Crystal Palace

Chris Hughton: 58 Years Old, English, Manager Of Brighton

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