Premier Leagu Manager of the year

Premier League Manager of the Season Awards

The Premier League Manager of the Season Awards are given towards the end of the season to the manager with the most outstanding record. It usually goes to the manager of the title-winning team but there have been four exceptions, firstly with Ipswich Town’s George Burley in 2000-01, Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Redknapp in 2009-10, Newcastle United’s Alan Pardew in 2011-12 & Crystal Palace’s Tony Pulis in 2013-14. Manchester United’s Alex Ferguson has won the award 11 times.

Premier League Manager of the Season Awards 1993-94 to 2018-19

Season Manager Nationality Team
1993–94 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
1994–95 Kenny Dalglish Scotland

Scotland football

Blackburn Rovers Results

Blackburn Rovers
1995–96 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
1996–97 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
1997–98 Arsène Wenger France

France Football

Arsenal Results

Arsenal
1998–99 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
1999–2000 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
2000–01 George Burley* Scotland

Scotland football

Ipswich

Ipswich Town
2001–02 Arsène Wenger France

France Football

Arsenal Results

Arsenal
2002–03 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
2003–04 Arsène Wenger France

France Football

Arsenal Results

Arsenal
2004–05 José Mourinho Portugal

Portugal Football

Chelsea Results

Chelsea
2005–06 José Mourinho Portugal

Portugal Football

Chelsea Results

Chelsea
2006–07 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
2007–08 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
2008–09 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
2009–10 Harry Redknapp* England

England Football

Tottenham Results

Tottenham Hotspur
2010–11 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
2011–12 Alan Pardew* England

England Football

New Castle United Football Results

Newcastle United
2012–13 Alex Ferguson Scotland

Scotland football

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
2013–14 Tony Pulis* Wales

Wales Football

Crystal Palace Results

Crystal Palace
2014–15 José Mourinho Portugal

Portugal Football

Chelsea Results

Chelsea
2015–16 Claudio Ranieri Italy

Italy Football

Leicester

Leicester City
2016–17 Antonio Conte Italy

Italy Football

Chelsea Results

Chelsea
2017-18 Pep Guardiola Spain

Spain Football

Manchester City \new

Manchester City
2018-19 Pep Guardiola Spain

Spain Football

Manchester City \new

Manchester City
*Recepients who didn't win the Premier League

 

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