The Premier League dominates a list of managers with the most wins in Europe’s top five leagues over the past five seasons.
Outgoing Juventus manager Max Allegri tops the list, the Italian having won 142 of his 189 games as the Turin side won five consecutive Serie A titles.
The rest of the top five has heavy representation from the Premier League, with Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola, Arsenal’s Unai Emery and Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino all making the list.
Guardiola’s inclusion is no surprise, with the 48-year-old having won four titles in five years over spells with City and German giants Bayern Munich.
The Spaniard has won 140 of his 182 games during this period, setting the Premier League’s two highest-ever points totals over the past two seasons at the Etihad.
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Arsenal boss Emery also features on the list, the former Sevilla boss winning the fourth most games during this period. Emery’s record is largely down to his time at French side Paris Saint-Germain, where he won the Ligue 1 title in 2018.
The appearance of Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is testament to his side’s remarkable consistency during his five years in North London. Despite having failed to win a title or major honour, the Argentine ranks fifth for wins amongst managers in Europe’s top five leagues.
The sole La Liga representative is Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone, who sits third.
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