The purpose of this post is rather simple — in it I’ll provide a somewhat regular look at how the tenures of all 20 current Premier League managers stacks up, in a handy dandy graph (or infographic as the kids call it these days).
This will be updated on either or a monthly basis, or in the event of a managerial change. An update log is included below the graph.
As of October 19, 2015, the longest-serving manager in the Premier League is Arsène Wenger of Arsenal, who has been overseeing the club since September 30, 1996. The manager with the briefest active tenure is Sam Allardyce of Sunderland (10 days).
Notes: This chart is now courtesy my other project, SportsPaper.info. Make sure to check out the rest of my sports lists today, as well as my collection of vintage English football game programs. Click on the chart for a full-res version.
- October 19, 2015 — LOTS of changes as we’re now 9 games into the new season. OUT are Sam Allardyce (West Ham), Nigel Pearson (Leicester City), Brendan Rodgers (Liverpool), all three managers of relegated clubs, Gus Poyet (Sunderland), and John Carver (Newcastle United); IN are Eddie Howe (Bournemouth), Alex Neil (Norwich City), Sam Allardyce (Sunderland), Slaven Bilić (West Ham), Quique Sánchez Flores (Watford), Jürgen Klopp (Liverpool), Claudio Ranieri (Leicester City), and Steve McClaren (Newcastle United).
- February 9, 2015 — New manager for Queens Park Rangers (Chris Ramsey), who replaces Harry Redknapp. Kevin Bond is the assistant manager.
- January 4, 2015 — New managers for Crystal Palace (Alan Pardew) and West Brom (Tony Pulis); caretaker managers for Newcastle United (John Carver and Steve Stone).
- December 28, 2014 — Replaced Neil Warnock (Crystal Palace) with Keith Millen.
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