The Premier League is quite one of the toughest leagues in Europe, hence players’ and managers’ roles are always at stake.
So, this means as a player or manager, you can easily get rid of a Premier League club if you do not deliver as a club wants, most especially the manager.
Moreover, in the previous season, a lot of clubs had got rid of their managers to appoint new ones for the upcoming season, 2023/24 season, and Chelsea and Tottenham are one of the Premier League clubs that got rid of their managers after the end of the 2022/23 season due to poor performances.
Well, you might not be knowing the current Premier League managers and their assistants, and this is why I took the time to compile a list of the current Premier League managers and their assistants, and in this article, I will be walking you through them.
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Current Premier League Managers And Their Assistants
1. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal)
- Assistant: Albert Stuivenberg
Mikel Arteta was appointed by Arsenal in December 2019, and since then, he has changed Arsenal trying to drive them back to their glory days.
Arteta served as an assistant coach to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City before taking over the Arsenal manager role in 2019.
In the previous season, Arsenal went head-to-head with Manchester City for the Premier League title but lost the race a few matches to the final day, and of course, Mikel Arteta deserves the credit.
2. Unai Emery (Aston Villa)
- Assistant: Pako Ayestarán
Four-time UEFA Europa League winner Unai Emery picked up a Premier League to manage Aston Villa’s senior team, and under him, Aston Villa has scored +19 Premier League goals despite starting at the midway point of the season.
Unai Emery joined Aston in October 2022 from Villarreal CF after winning the Europa League with the Spanish side.
Also, Unai Emery has brought a significant impact on Aston Villa with the help of his assistant Pako Ayestarán.
3. Andoni Iraola (AFC Bournemouth)
- Assistant: Tommy Elphick
Following the departure of Gary O’Neil as AFC Bournemouth interim manager, Andoni Iraola was appointed by the Premier League side.
Gary O’Neil was quite impressive having been appointed in November 2022, but he was only there for a short time.
4. Roberto De Zerbi (Brighton & Hove Albion)
- Assistant: Andrea Maldera
Roberto De Zerbi broke the record of Brighton which was held for 122 years. The Brighton boss won Chelsea which the club has not done in the last century.
Following Graham Potter’s departure from the club, Roberto De Zerbi stepped up to take the manager role at Brighton to replace the English manager, and so far, he is doing a great job.
He has also helped the club qualify for the UEFA Europa League.
5. Thomas Frank (Brentford)
- Assistant: Claus Nørgaard
Thomas Frank is currently maintaining his role as Brentford boss since he was appointed by the Bees in 2016 from Brøndby IF as an assistant manager.
In 2018, Thomas Frank was appointed with the head coach role at the club and he secured a promotion to the Premier League with Brentford at the end of the 2020/21 season.
Currently, his team is one of the best based on their standard.
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6. Mauricio Pochettino (Chelsea)
- Assistant: Jesus Perez
It just did not turn out well for Chelsea despite being the Premier League club with the most coaches in the previous season.
Chelsea started the season with Thomas Tuchel and following the sanction of the club, Todd Boehly took over, sacked Thomas Tuchel, and appointed Graham Potter who later left the role for his assistant, Bruno Salton.
Almost at the end of the season, Frank Lampard got sacked at Everton and took over as a caretaker at Chelsea.
Currently, Mauricio Pochettino is the new Chelsea boss, and the Blues hope for better seasons under the former Tottenham boss.
7. Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace)
- Assistant: Paddy McCarthy
Before trying out an experience with Crystal Palace, Roy Hodgson had already gained Premier League experience.
Following the departure of legendary Patrick Vieira, Roy Hodgson was appointed at Selhurst Park in March 2023, and since then, he looks like the man for the job.
He is not managing the Eagles’ job himself, but he has an assistant Paddy McCarthy.
8. Sean Dyche (Everton FC)
- Assistant: Ian Woan
Following a woeful season with Frank Lampard, Sean Dyche was appointed as the new head coach for Everton in January 2023.
Sean Dyche signed a two and half year contract with The Toffees. Moreover, he has already kicked off the Pre-season with his side.
9. Marco Silva (Fulham)
- Assistant: Stuart Gray
Before joining Fulham in July 2021, Marco Silva had already gathered Premier League experience from his previous managed clubs including Everton, Watford, and Hull City.
Under the Portuguese manager, Fulham has played beautiful football and played almost to the final stage of the League Cup.
10. Vincent Kompany (Burnley)
- Assistant: N/A
Vincent Kompany joined Burnley as a head manager in June 2022, since then, he has been phenomenal and helped his side with a promotion to the Premier League.
11. Rob Edwards (Luton Town)
- Assistant: N/A
Having joined Luton Town in November 2022, Rob Edwards rapidly secured promotion to the Premier League with his side Luton Park.
12. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool FC)
- Assistant: Pepijn Lijnders and Peter Krawietz
Jurgen Klopp currently is the longest-serving manager in the Premier League.
The German tactician was appointed in 2015 and throughout these seasons, he has revived Liverpool and won them major trophies including The UEFA Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and FIFA Club World Cup.
Jurgen Klopp has deployed tactics in Liverpool which has made him one of the outstanding Premier League managers.
13. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)
- Assistant: Rodolfo Borrell, Carlos Vicens, and Enzo Maresca.
In the past decades, Pep Guardiola has dominated the English Premier League, winning The Treble in the previous season. He has won figures in the Premier League and is now considered the best alongside legendary Sir Alex Ferguson.
14. Erik Ten Hag (Manchester United)
- Assistant: Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McClaren
Manchester United appointed Erik Ten Hag as their new manager following the departure of interim manager Ralf Ragnick in April 2022.
Erik Ten Hag has brought significant changes to the team since resuming duty at the beginning of the 2022/23 season. Erik Ten Hag also brought Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McClaren with him as his assistants.
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15. Eddie Howe (Newcastle United)
- Assistant: Jason Tindall
Eddie Howe has been phenomenal since joining Newcastle United a few years ago. The English manager was appointed in November 2021, and his contract will last till 2024 summer. Eddie Howe came to Newcastle’s rescue following the departure of Steve Bruce.
16. Steve Cooper (Nottingham Forest)
- Assistant: Alan Tate
Nottingham Forest secured promotion to the Premier League under Steve Cooper and his assistant Alan Tate. Steve Cooper was appointed in 2021, and since then he has been extraordinary in tactics with his side.
17. Paul Heckingbottom (Sheffield United)
- Assistant: N/A
Paul Heckingbottom will now be trying a Premier League experience with Sheffield United after securing promotion with the Championship side to the English top tier in football.
Paul Heckingbottom joined Sheffield United as a head coach in November 2021, and since then the manager has been delivering as the board wants.
18. Ange Postecoglou (Tottenham Hotspur)
- Assistant: Chris Davies
Ange Postecoglou is now the new Tottenham manager after winning the Treble for Celtic in Scotland. Ange Postecoglou has already signed a four-year contract with Spurs which will begin on 1st July 2023.
Chris Davies will now join Ange Postecoglou as his assistant manager at Spurs.
19. David Moyes (West Ham United)
- Assistant: Billy McKinlay
David Moyes is the head coach of West Ham after joining the Premier League side in 2018.
Moyes current assistant at West Ham United is Billy McKinlay, and they recently won the UEFA Europa Conference League.
20. Julen Lopetegui (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
- Assistant: Pablo Sanz
Julen Lopetegui is currently the boss at Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Spaniard joined the club in November 2022 with his assistant Pablo Sanz.
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Since the Premier League is a tough challenge, quite a few numbers of teams might be changing their managers before the next campaign kicks off, but for now, the current Premier League manager and their assistants are listed in this guide.
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