Premier League Manager of the Month

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Alex Ferguson has 27 Manager of the Month awards and was the inaugural recipient. Alex Ferguson.jpg
Alex Ferguson has 27 Manager of the Month awards and was the inaugural recipient.
The April 1999 award given to Alex Ferguson. April 1999 Premiership MotM given to SAF.png
The April 1999 award given to Alex Ferguson.

The Premier League Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best adjudged Premier League manager each month of the season. The winner is chosen by a combination of an online public vote, which contributes to 10% of the final tally, and a panel of experts. [1] It has been called the Carling Premiership Manager of the Month (1993–2001) and the Barclaycard Premiership Manager of the Month (2001–2004); it is currently known as the Barclays Manager of the Month. [2]

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The Premier League was formed in 1992, when the members of the First Division resigned from the Football League. [3] These clubs set up a new commercially independent league that negotiated its own broadcast and sponsorship agreements. [4] The Premier League introduced new Manager of the Month and Manager of the Season awards for the 1993–94 season, [2] supplementing the existing Football Writers' Association and Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year awards. The first Manager of the Month was awarded to Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson for his achievements in August 1993. [5] For the 1994–95 season, the Premier League introduced the Player of the Month award, which is presented alongside the Manager of the Month award. [1]

Ferguson has been Manager of the Month the most times with a record 27 awards. Harry Redknapp has had six spells managing Premier League clubs (West Ham United, Portsmouth, Southampton, Portsmouth again, Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers), winning a Manager of the Month award in five of those spells. Thirteen other managers have won an award with two or more clubs: Gordon Strachan with Coventry City and Southampton, Stuart Pearce with Nottingham Forest and Manchester City, Martin O'Neill with Leicester City, Aston Villa and Sunderland, Roy Hodgson with Blackburn Rovers and Fulham, Rafael Benítez with Liverpool, Chelsea and Newcastle United, Brendan Rodgers with Swansea City and Liverpool, Alan Pardew with West Ham United and Newcastle United, Sam Allardyce with Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United, Tony Pulis with Crystal Palace and West Bromwich Albion, Mauricio Pochettino with Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur, Claudio Ranieri with Chelsea and Leicester City, Carlo Ancelotti with Chelsea and Everton and José Mourinho with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

The award has been won in consecutive months by 15 managers: Joe Kinnear, Kevin Keegan, Roy Evans, Alex Ferguson, Arsène Wenger, David O'Leary, Stuart Pearce, Paul Jewell, Rafael Benítez, Carlo Ancelotti, Manuel Pellegrini, Claudio Ranieri, Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola, and Jürgen Klopp. Guardiola is the only manager in Premier League history to have won the award in four successive months. Klopp is the first manager to win the award five times in a season. The award has been shared on one occasion, in March 2002, when Liverpool manager Gérard Houllier was jointly awarded Manager of the Month with caretaker manager Phil Thompson, who had deputised while Houllier was absent for medical reasons. [6]

As of May 2021, the most recent recipient of the award is Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp.

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List of winners

Contents

1993–94  · 1994–95  · 1995–96  · 1996–97  · 1997–98  · 1998–99  · 1999–2000
2000–01  · 2001–02  · 2002–03  · 2003–04  · 2004–05  · 2005–06  · 2006–07  · 2007–08  · 2008–09  · 2009–10
2010–11  · 2011–12  · 2012–13  · 2013–14  · 2014–15  · 2015–16  · 2016–17  · 2017–18  · 2018–19  · 2019–20  · 2020–21

Ron Atkinson, winner in March 1995 RonAtkinson.JPG
Ron Atkinson, winner in March 1995
Roy Evans was the first Liverpool manager to become Manager of the Month, winning two consecutive awards in December 1995 and January 1996. Roy Evans.JPG
Roy Evans was the first Liverpool manager to become Manager of the Month, winning two consecutive awards in December 1995 and January 1996.
Avram Grant is the only Israeli to become Manager of Month. Avram Grant 2012.jpg
Avram Grant is the only Israeli to become Manager of Month.
Pep Guardiola holds the record for the most consecutive awards - four, from September to December 2017. Pep 2017 (cropped).jpg
Pep Guardiola holds the record for the most consecutive awards – four, from September to December 2017.
Gerard Houllier won three awards, of which one was shared with Phil Thompson. Gerard Houllier.jpg
Gérard Houllier won three awards, of which one was shared with Phil Thompson.
In October 2007, Mark Hughes became the fourth Blackburn Rovers manager to win Manager of Month. 1 mark hughes 2015.jpg
In October 2007, Mark Hughes became the fourth Blackburn Rovers manager to win Manager of Month.
Martin Jol, winner in December 2004 Martin Jol 2010.jpg
Martin Jol, winner in December 2004
Jurgen Klopp won a record five awards in a single season. Komanda FK <<Liverpul'>> pribula do Kiieva, 2018, 4, cropped, straightened, enhanced.jpg
Jürgen Klopp won a record five awards in a single season.
Jose Mourinho has won the award four times. Jose Mourinho.jpg
José Mourinho has won the award four times.
David Moyes has ten Manager of Month awards, the third most. David Moyes.jpg
David Moyes has ten Manager of Month awards, the third most.
Stuart Pearce is a three-time Manager of the Month and a former Player of the Month. Stuart Pearce (31651906441).jpg
Stuart Pearce is a three-time Manager of the Month and a former Player of the Month.
Manuel Pellegrini is the first Manchester City manager to win four Manager of the Month awards. Hertha BSC vs. West Ham United 20190731 (117).jpg
Manuel Pellegrini is the first Manchester City manager to win four Manager of the Month awards.
Claudio Ranieri has won five awards. Claudio Ranieri Inter.jpg
Claudio Ranieri has won five awards.
Harry Redknapp, Manager of the Month with four different clubs Harry Redknapp 2011 (cropped).jpg
Harry Redknapp, Manager of the Month with four different clubs
Bryan Robson was Manager of the Month in March 1997. Bryan Robson Thailand 2009-11-01 (2).jpg
Bryan Robson was Manager of the Month in March 1997.
Arsene Wenger has 15 Manager of Month awards, second only to Ferguson. Arsene Wenger JHayes (cropped).jpg
Arsène Wenger has 15 Manager of Month awards, second only to Ferguson.
MonthYear [lower-alpha 1] ManagerNationality [7] ClubRef.
August 1993 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [5]
September 1993 Joe Kinnear Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Wimbledon [5]
October 1993 Mike Walker Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Wales Norwich City [5]
November 1993 Kevin Keegan Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [5]
December 1993 Trevor Francis Flag of England.svg England Sheffield Wednesday [5]
January 1994 Kenny Dalglish Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Blackburn Rovers [5]
February 1994 Joe Royle Flag of England.svg England Oldham Athletic [5]
March 1994 Joe Kinnear Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Wimbledon [8]
April 1994 Joe Kinnear Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Wimbledon [5]
August 1994 Kevin Keegan Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [9]
September 1994 Frank Clark Flag of England.svg England Nottingham Forest [10]
October 1994 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [9]
November 1994 Kenny Dalglish Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Blackburn Rovers [9]
December 1994 Gerry Francis Flag of England.svg England Queens Park Rangers [9]
January 1995 Brian Little Flag of England.svg England Aston Villa [9]
February 1995 Kevin Keegan Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [9]
March 1995 Ron Atkinson Flag of England.svg England Coventry City [9]
April 1995 Howard Wilkinson Flag of England.svg England Leeds United [9]
August 1995 Kevin Keegan Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [11]
September 1995 Kevin Keegan Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [12]
October 1995 Frank Clark Flag of England.svg England Nottingham Forest [11]
November 1995 Alan Ball Flag of England.svg England Manchester City [11]
December 1995 Roy Evans Flag of England.svg England Liverpool [11]
January 1996 Roy Evans Flag of England.svg England Liverpool [11]
February 1996 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [11]
March 1996 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [11]
April 1996 Dave Merrington Flag of England.svg England Southampton [13]
August 1996 David Pleat Flag of England.svg England Sheffield Wednesday [14]
September 1996 Joe Kinnear Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Wimbledon [15]
October 1996 Graeme Souness Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Southampton [16]
November 1996 Jim Smith Flag of England.svg England Derby County [14]
December 1996 Gordon Strachan Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Coventry City [17]
January 1997 Stuart Pearce Flag of England.svg England Nottingham Forest [14]
February 1997 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [14]
March 1997 Bryan Robson Flag of England.svg England Middlesbrough [18]
April 1997 Graeme Souness Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Southampton [14]
August 1997 Roy Hodgson Flag of England.svg England Blackburn Rovers [19]
September 1997 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Leicester City [20]
October 1997 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [21]
November 1997 George Graham Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Leeds United [22]
December 1997 Roy Hodgson Flag of England.svg England Blackburn Rovers [21]
January 1998 Howard Kendall Flag of England.svg England Everton [23]
February 1998 Gordon Strachan Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Coventry City [21]
March 1998 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [24]
April 1998 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [21]
August 1998 Alan Curbishley Flag of England.svg England Charlton Athletic [25]
September 1998 John Gregory Flag of England.svg England Aston Villa [26]
October 1998 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Leicester City [27]
November 1998 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England West Ham United [26]
December 1998 Brian Kidd Flag of England.svg England Blackburn Rovers [28]
January 1999 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [29]
February 1999 Alan Curbishley Flag of England.svg England Charlton Athletic [30]
March 1999 David O'Leary Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Leeds United [26]
April 1999 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [31]
August 1999 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [32]
September 1999 Walter Smith Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [33]
October 1999 Peter Reid Flag of England.svg England Sunderland [34]
November 1999 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Leicester City [35]
December 1999 Gérard Houllier Flag of France.svg France Liverpool [36]
January 2000 Danny Wilson Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Sheffield Wednesday [37]
February 2000 Bobby Robson Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [38]
March 2000 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [39]
April 2000 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [40]
August 2000 Bobby Robson Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [41]
September 2000 Peter Taylor Flag of England.svg England Leicester City [42]
October 2000 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [43]
November 2000 George Burley Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Ipswich Town [44]
December 2000 Peter Reid Flag of England.svg England Sunderland [45]
January 2001 Terry Venables Flag of England.svg England Middlesbrough [46]
February 2001 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [47]
March 2001 David O'Leary Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Leeds United [48]
April 2001 David O'Leary Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Leeds United [49]
August 2001 Sam Allardyce Flag of England.svg England Bolton Wanderers [50]
September 2001 John Gregory Flag of England.svg England Aston Villa [51]
October 2001 Glenn Hoddle Flag of England.svg England Tottenham Hotspur [52]
November 2001 Phil Thompson Flag of England.svg England Liverpool [53]
December 2001 Bobby Robson Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [54]
January 2002 Gordon Strachan Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Southampton [55]
February 2002 Bobby Robson Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [56]
March [lower-alpha 2] 2002 Gérard Houllier Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg France Liverpool [6]
Phil Thompson Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of England.svg England [6]
April 2002 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [57]
August 2002 Glenn Hoddle Flag of England.svg England Tottenham Hotspur [58]
September 2002 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [59]
October 2002 Gérard Houllier Flag of France.svg France Liverpool [60]
November 2002 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [61]
December 2002 Gordon Strachan Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Southampton [62]
January 2003 Bobby Robson Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [63]
February 2003 Alan Curbishley Flag of England.svg England Charlton Athletic [64]
March 2003 Glenn Roeder Flag of England.svg England West Ham United [65]
April 2003 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [66]
August 2003 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [67]
September 2003 Claudio Ranieri Flag of Italy (2003-2006).svg Italy Chelsea [68]
October 2003 Bobby Robson Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [69]
November 2003 Sam Allardyce Flag of England.svg England Bolton Wanderers [70]
December 2003 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [67]
January 2004 Sam Allardyce Flag of England.svg England Bolton Wanderers [71]
February 2004 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [72]
March 2004 Claudio Ranieri Flag of Italy (2003-2006).svg Italy Chelsea [73]
April 2004 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England Portsmouth [74]
August 2004 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [75]
September 2004 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [76]
October 2004 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England Portsmouth [77]
November 2004 José Mourinho Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Chelsea [78]
December 2004 Martin Jol Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Tottenham Hotspur [79]
January 2005 José Mourinho Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Chelsea [80]
February 2005 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [81]
March 2005 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England Southampton [82]
April 2005 Stuart Pearce Flag of England.svg England Manchester City [83]
August 2005 Stuart Pearce Flag of England.svg England Manchester City [84]
September 2005 Paul Jewell Flag of England.svg England Wigan Athletic [85]
October 2005 Paul Jewell Flag of England.svg England Wigan Athletic [86]
November 2005 Rafael Benítez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Liverpool [87]
December 2005 Rafael Benítez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Liverpool [88]
January 2006 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [89]
February 2006 Alan Pardew Flag of England.svg England West Ham United [90]
March 2006 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [91]
April 2006 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England Portsmouth [92]
August 2006 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [93]
September 2006 Steve Coppell Flag of England.svg England Reading [94]
October 2006 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [95]
November 2006 Steve Coppell Flag of England.svg England Reading [96]
December 2006 Sam Allardyce Flag of England.svg England Bolton Wanderers [97]
January 2007 Rafael Benítez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Liverpool [98]
February 2007 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [99]
March 2007 José Mourinho Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Chelsea [100]
April 2007 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Aston Villa [101]
August 2007 Sven-Göran Eriksson Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden Manchester City [102]
September 2007 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [103]
October 2007 Mark Hughes Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Wales Blackburn Rovers [104]
November 2007 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Aston Villa [105]
December 2007 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [106]
January 2008 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [107]
February 2008 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [108]
March 2008 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [109]
April 2008 Avram Grant Flag of Israel.svg Israel Chelsea [110]
August 2008 Gareth Southgate Flag of England.svg England Middlesbrough [111]
September 2008 Phil Brown Flag of England.svg England Hull City [112]
October 2008 Rafael Benítez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Liverpool [113]
November 2008 Gary Megson Flag of England.svg England Bolton Wanderers [114]
December 2008 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Aston Villa [115]
January 2009 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [116]
February 2009 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [117]
March 2009 Rafael Benítez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Liverpool [118]
April 2009 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [119]
August 2009 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England Tottenham Hotspur [120]
September 2009 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [121]
October 2009 Roy Hodgson Flag of England.svg England Fulham [122]
November 2009 Carlo Ancelotti Flag of Italy.svg Italy Chelsea [123]
December 2009 Alex McLeish Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Birmingham City [124]
January 2010 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [125]
February 2010 Roy Hodgson Flag of England.svg England Fulham [126]
March 2010 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [127]
April 2010 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Aston Villa [128]
August 2010 Carlo Ancelotti Flag of Italy.svg Italy Chelsea [129]
September 2010 Roberto Di Matteo Flag of Italy.svg Italy West Bromwich Albion [130]
October 2010 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [131]
November 2010 Owen Coyle Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Bolton Wanderers [132]
December 2010 Roberto Mancini Flag of Italy.svg Italy Manchester City [133]
January 2011 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [134]
February 2011 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [135]
March 2011 Carlo Ancelotti Flag of Italy.svg Italy Chelsea [136]
April 2011 Carlo Ancelotti Flag of Italy.svg Italy Chelsea [137]
August 2011 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [138]
September 2011 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England Tottenham Hotspur [139]
October 2011 Roberto Mancini Flag of Italy.svg Italy Manchester City [140]
November 2011 Harry Redknapp Flag of England.svg England Tottenham Hotspur [141]
December 2011 Martin O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Sunderland [142]
January 2012 Brendan Rodgers Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Swansea City [143]
February 2012 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [144]
March 2012 Owen Coyle Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Bolton Wanderers [145]
April 2012 Roberto Martínez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Wigan Athletic [146]
September 2012 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [147]
October 2012 Alex Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Manchester United [148]
November 2012 Steve Clarke Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland West Bromwich Albion [149]
December 2012 André Villas-Boas Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Tottenham Hotspur [150]
January 2013 Brian McDermott Flag of England.svg England Reading [151]
February 2013 André Villas-Boas Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Tottenham Hotspur [152]
March 2013 David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Everton [153]
April 2013 Rafael Benítez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Chelsea [154]
August 2013 Brendan Rodgers Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Liverpool [155]
September 2013 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [156]
October 2013 Mauricio Pochettino Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina Southampton [157]
November 2013 Alan Pardew Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [158]
December 2013 Manuel Pellegrini Flag of Chile.svg Chile Manchester City [159]
January 2014 Manuel Pellegrini Flag of Chile.svg Chile Manchester City [160]
February 2014 Sam Allardyce Flag of England.svg England West Ham United [161]
March 2014 Brendan Rodgers Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland Liverpool [162]
April 2014 Tony Pulis Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Wales Crystal Palace [163]
August 2014 Garry Monk Flag of England.svg England Swansea City [164]
September 2014 Ronald Koeman Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Southampton [165]
October 2014 Sam Allardyce Flag of England.svg England West Ham United [166]
November 2014 Alan Pardew Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [167]
December 2014 Manuel Pellegrini Flag of Chile.svg Chile Manchester City [168]
January 2015 Ronald Koeman Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Southampton [169]
February 2015 Tony Pulis Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Wales West Bromwich Albion [170]
March 2015 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [171]
April 2015 Nigel Pearson Flag of England.svg England Leicester City [172]
August 2015 Manuel Pellegrini Flag of Chile.svg Chile Manchester City [173]
September 2015 Mauricio Pochettino Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina Tottenham Hotspur [174]
October 2015 Arsène Wenger Flag of France.svg France Arsenal [175]
November 2015 Claudio Ranieri Flag of Italy.svg Italy Leicester City [176]
December 2015 Quique Sánchez Flores Flag of Spain.svg Spain Watford [177]
January 2016 Ronald Koeman Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Southampton [178]
February 2016 Mauricio Pochettino Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina Tottenham Hotspur [179]
March 2016 Claudio Ranieri Flag of Italy.svg Italy Leicester City [180]
April 2016 Claudio Ranieri Flag of Italy.svg Italy Leicester City [181]
August 2016 Mike Phelan Flag of England.svg England Hull City [182]
September 2016 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [183]
October 2016 Antonio Conte Flag of Italy.svg Italy Chelsea [184]
November 2016 Antonio Conte Flag of Italy.svg Italy Chelsea [185]
December 2016 Antonio Conte Flag of Italy.svg Italy Chelsea [186]
January 2017 Paul Clement Flag of England.svg England Swansea City [187]
February 2017 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [188]
March 2017 Eddie Howe Flag of England.svg England Bournemouth [189]
April 2017 Mauricio Pochettino Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina Tottenham Hotspur [190]
August 2017 David Wagner Flag of the United States.svg United States Huddersfield Town [191]
September 2017 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [192]
October 2017 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [193]
November 2017 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [194]
December 2017 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [195]
January 2018 Eddie Howe Flag of England.svg England Bournemouth [196]
February 2018 Chris Hughton Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Brighton & Hove Albion [197]
March 2018 Sean Dyche Flag of England.svg England Burnley [198]
April 2018 Darren Moore Flag of Jamaica.svg Jamaica West Bromwich Albion [199]
August 2018 Javi Gracia Flag of Spain.svg Spain Watford [200]
September 2018 Nuno Espírito Santo Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Wolverhampton Wanderers [201]
October 2018 Eddie Howe Flag of England.svg England Bournemouth [202]
November 2018 Rafael Benítez Flag of Spain.svg Spain Newcastle United [203]
December 2018 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [204]
January 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjær Flag of Norway.svg Norway Manchester United [205]
February 2019 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [206]
March 2019 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [207]
April 2019 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [208]
August 2019 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [209]
September 2019 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [210]
October 2019 Frank Lampard Flag of England.svg England Chelsea [211]
November 2019 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [212]
December 2019 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [213]
January 2020 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [214]
February 2020 Sean Dyche Flag of England.svg England Burnley [215]
June 2020 Nuno Espírito Santo Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Wolverhampton Wanderers [216]
July 2020 Ralph Hasenhüttl Flag of Austria.svg Austria Southampton [217]
September 2020 Carlo Ancelotti Flag of Italy.svg Italy Everton [218]
October 2020 Nuno Espírito Santo Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Wolverhampton Wanderers [219]
November 2020 José Mourinho Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Tottenham Hotspur [220]
December 2020 Dean Smith Flag of England.svg England Aston Villa [221]
January 2021 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [222]
February 2021 Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg Spain Manchester City [223]
March 2021 Thomas Tuchel Flag of Germany.svg Germany Chelsea [224]
April 2021 Steve Bruce Flag of England.svg England Newcastle United [225]
May 2021 Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg Germany Liverpool [226]

Multiple winners

As of May 2021 award
RankManagersWins
1st Alex Ferguson 27
2nd Arsène Wenger 15
3rd David Moyes 10
4th Pep Guardiola 9
Jürgen Klopp
6th Martin O'Neill 8
Harry Redknapp
8th Rafael Benítez 7
9th Sam Allardyce 6
Bobby Robson
11th Carlo Ancelotti 5
Kevin Keegan
Claudio Ranieri
14th Roy Hodgson 4
Joe Kinnear
José Mourinho
Manuel Pellegrini
Mauricio Pochettino
Gordon Strachan
20th Antonio Conte 3
Alan Curbishley
Nuno Espírito Santo
Gérard Houllier [lower-alpha 2]
Eddie Howe
Ronald Koeman
David O'Leary
Alan Pardew
Stuart Pearce
Brendan Rodgers
30th Frank Clark 2
Steve Coppell
Owen Coyle
Kenny Dalglish
Sean Dyche
Roy Evans
John Gregory
Glenn Hoddle
Paul Jewell
Roberto Mancini
Tony Pulis
Peter Reid
Graeme Souness
Phil Thompson [lower-alpha 2]
André Villas-Boas

Awards won by nationality

As of May 2021 award
NationalityManagersWins
Flag of England.svg England4586 [lower-alpha 2]
Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland1050
Flag of Spain.svg Spain519
Flag of France.svg France218 [lower-alpha 2]
Flag of Italy.svg Italy516
Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland312
Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland410
Flag of Germany.svg Germany210
Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal39
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Wales34
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands24
Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina14
Flag of Chile.svg Chile14
Flag of Austria.svg Austria11
Flag of Israel.svg Israel11
Flag of Jamaica.svg Jamaica11
Flag of Norway.svg Norway11
Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden11
Flag of the United States.svg United States11

Awards won by club

As of May 2021 award
ClubManagersWins
Manchester United 228
Liverpool 522 [lower-alpha 2]
Manchester City 619
Chelsea 816
Newcastle United 515
Arsenal 115
Everton 413
Tottenham Hotspur 612
Southampton 711
Aston Villa 48
Leicester City 48
Bolton Wanderers 37
Blackburn Rovers 46
West Ham United 45
Leeds United 35
West Bromwich Albion 44
Wimbledon 14
Middlesbrough 33
Sheffield Wednesday 33
Swansea City 33
Coventry City 23
Nottingham Forest 23
Reading 23
Sunderland 23
Wigan Athletic 23
AFC Bournemouth 13
Charlton Athletic 13
Portsmouth 13
Wolverhampton Wanderers 13
Hull City 22
Watford 22
Burnley 12
Fulham 12
Birmingham City 11
Brighton & Hove Albion 11
Crystal Palace 11
Derby County 11
Huddersfield Town 11
Ipswich Town 11
Norwich City 11
Oldham Athletic 11
Queens Park Rangers 11

Notes

  1. Each year in the table is linked to the article about the corresponding football season.
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Liverpool manager Gérard Houllier became ill during the 2001–02 season, and Phil Thompson became caretaker manager. Houllier returned to his management job in March and he was jointly award Manager of the Month with Thompson. In the tables they are counted as two separate recipients, except for club totals as they were representing the same club in the same month. [6]

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Premier League Player of the Month

The Premier League Player of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best adjudged Premier League player each month of the season. The winner is chosen by a combination of an online public vote, which contributes to 10% of the final tally, a panel of experts, and the captain of each Premier League club. It has been called the Carling Premiership Player of the Month (1994–2001), the Barclaycard Premiership Player of the Month (2001–2004) and the Barclays Player of the Month (2004–2016); it is currently known as the EA Sports Player of the Month.

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The League Managers Association Awards is an annual award ceremony in English football, awarded by the League Managers Association. The most prestigious award is the LMA Manager of the Year award. It is presented to a manager from any division for his achievements in the prior season. The award is voted by fellow professional managers and as a result consideration is also given to managers who inherit poor sides or financial difficulties and not only those managers who do not have such financial constraints and have won trophies. On only five occasions has the Premier League winning manager won the award compared with the Premier League Manager of the Year award which has been won on all but four occasions by the manager of the team who were league champions. Trophies for the event are hand-crafted by silversmith Thomas Lyte, which also makes trophies for the LG Performance of the Week Award throughout the league season.

The Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the manager adjudged best for each month of the season in the Football League One, the third tier of English football. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor and announced alongside The Championship and League Two Manager of the Month awards at the beginning of the following month. For sponsorship reasons, from its inception in 2004 until 2010 it was known as the Coca-Cola Manager of the Month award, with the Coca-Cola company sponsoring the league during that period. From the 2010–11 season until the end of the 2012–13 season the league was sponsored by npower and the award was known as the npower Manager of the Month. In July 2013, it was announced that Sky Bet would become the new sponsor of the English Football League, and since August 2013 the award has been known as the Sky Bet Manager of the Month. In November 2017 it was announced that Sky Bet and the EFL had agreed for Sky Bet to continue its sponsorship up until 2024.

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EFL Championship Manager of the Month

The EFL Championship Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the manager adjudged best for each month of the season in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor and announced alongside the League One and League Two Manager of the Month awards at the beginning of the following month. For sponsorship reasons, from its inception in 2004 until 2010 it was known as the Coca-Cola Manager of the Month award, with the Coca-Cola company sponsoring the league during that period. From the 2010–11 season until the end of the 2012–13 season the league was sponsored by npower and the award was known as the npower Manager of the Month. In July 2013, it was announced that Sky Bet would become the new sponsor of the English Football League, and since August 2013 the award has been known as the Sky Bet Manager of the Month. In November 2017 it was announced that Sky Bet and the EFL had agreed for Sky Bet to continue its sponsorship up until 2024.

The EFL League Two Manager of the Month is a monthly association football award to recognise the outstanding team manager in EFL League Two, the fourth tier of English football. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor, Sky Bet, and the award is announced alongside those for the EFL Championship and EFL League One Manager of the Month at the beginning of the following month. The League Two award was introduced in February 2005 when Coca-Cola was the sponsor. Their sponsorship ended in 2010.

2009–10 Premier League 18th season of Premier League

The 2009–10 Premier League was the 18th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992. A total of 20 teams competed in the league, with Chelsea unseating the three-time defending champions Manchester United, scoring a then Premier League record 103 goals in the process. The season began on 15 August 2009 and concluded on 9 May 2010. Prior to each opening week match, a minute's applause was held in memory of Sir Bobby Robson. Nike provided a new match ball – the T90 Ascente – for this season. Barclays sponsored the league.

EFL Championship Player of the Month

The EFL Championship Player of the Month is an association football award that recognises the player adjudged the best for each month of the season in the Football League Championship, the second tier in English football. For sponsorship reasons, since its inception it has been known as the Coca-Cola Player of the Month award; Coca-Cola sponsored the Football League since 2004 and the deal ended 2010. From the 2010–11 to the 2012–13 season, the Football League was sponsored by NPower, so it was known as the NPower Player of the Month award. As of the 2013–14 season, the league has been sponsored by Skybet, so it is now the SkyBet Player of the Month award. The awards are designed and manufactured in the UK by bespoke awards company Gaudio Awards.

Premier League Player of the Season

The Premier League Player of the Season is an annual association football award presented to players in England, which recognises the most outstanding player in the Premier League each season. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the league's sponsors consisting of members of "football's governing bodies, the media and fans", and is announced in the second or third week of May. For sponsorship purposes, from 1994 to 2001 it was called the Carling Player of the Year; from 2001 to 2004 as the Barclaycard Player of the Year; and from 2004 to 2016 as the Barclays Player of the Season. Since the 2016–17 season, it is called the EA Sports Player of the Season.

2014–15 Premier League

The 2014–15 Premier League was the 23rd season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The fixtures were announced on 18 June 2014. The season started on 16 August 2014 and concluded on 24 May 2015.

2015–16 Premier League

The 2015–16 Premier League was the 24th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season began on 8 August 2015, and was scheduled to conclude on 15 May 2016. However, the match between Manchester United and Bournemouth on the final day was postponed to 17 May 2016 due to a suspicious package found at Old Trafford.

2016–17 Premier League

The 2016–17 Premier League was the 25th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season began on 13 August 2016 and concluded on 21 May 2017. Fixtures for the 2016–17 season were announced on 15 June 2016.

The 2017–18 Premier League was the 26th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season started on 11 August 2017 and concluded on 13 May 2018. Fixtures for the 2017–18 season were announced on 14 June 2017. Chelsea were the defending champions, while Newcastle United, Brighton & Hove Albion and Huddersfield Town entered as the promoted teams from the 2016–17 EFL Championship.

The 2018–19 Premier League was the 27th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season started on 10 August 2018 and concluded on 12 May 2019. Fixtures for the 2018–19 season were announced on 14 June 2018. The league was contested by the top 17 teams from the 2017–18 season as well as Wolverhampton Wanderers, Cardiff City and Fulham, who joined as the promoted clubs from the 2017–18 EFL Championship. They replaced West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City and Stoke City who were relegated to the 2018–19 EFL Championship.

The 2020–21 Premier League was the 29th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs since its establishment in 1992. The season was initially scheduled to start on 8 August, but this was delayed until 12 September as a consequence of the postponement of the previous season's conclusion due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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