Premier League table is starting to take shape and pressure will start to grow on the managers who are under-performing. However, those who have done well are earning their rightful praise, but who do you think has been the manager of the season so far?

As seems to be the case every year, David Moyes is once again working wonders at Everton. While the Toffees have stuttered a bit recently, having won just once in the last six, they are unbeaten in the last five and find themselves sixth in the table, just two points off Tottenham and a place in the top four.

One of the surprise packages of the season have been West Bromwich Albion, with Steve Clarke doing well in his first season at the helm at the Hawthorns. West Brom are equal with Everton in seventh place in the Premier League table and while they haven’t won in the last four in the league, the Baggies should be really proud of their achievements so far.

A manager of the season shortlist wouldn’t be complete without the inclusion of Sir Alex Ferguson. The experienced Scot has again taken Manchester United to the top of the Premier League table, six points ahead of rivals City and looking good for another domestic crown. The Red Devils’ squad may not be as strong as some previous title-winning sides, but Fergie still manages to get the best out of them.

Who do you think the Manager of the Season has been? Have your say by Tweeting @RNRFootball with your choice of manager and the hashtag #TellWrighty

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  • defectedmonkey
    2 years ago

    Not Fergie. He just splashed his cash and the result is that United are ahead of City by a few points. You need to do more to earn Manager of the Season.

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  • Charlie
    2 years ago

    Steve Clarke or Davis Moyes both working with coaching skills and not much else. As a Spurs fan I’m happy with AVB so far

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  • James
    2 years ago

    Has to be laudrup or Clarke. Transformed their respective teams into formidable opponents.

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  • mike
    2 years ago

    There’s a lot more to being a succesful manager than just splashing cash. Ask Mancini and whoever is employed by QPR and Chelsea at the moment. If you think any manager could waltz in and keep United “a few points” clear at the top, you’d be wrong.

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  • vikki
    2 years ago

    extremely happy with brendon rodgers. theres lots of positivity and lfc are sure 2 go ahead in europa league

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  • Jack
    2 years ago

    For me got to be chris hughton

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  • jon
    2 years ago

    I’m go with Rafa. He’s done a great job at ignoring the abuse from fans.

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  • Hjörvar
    2 years ago

    Ferguson ofcours getting v.Persi was a masterstroke and only having one more first class player – Rooney and being in first place is a remarkeble.

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    • Charlie
      2 years ago

      Stop the Ferguson crap . Hes at a massive club with untold wealth. Put him in charge at say Everton and he’ll do no better than Moyes,infact probably a good deal worse

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  • Tony Silverosa
    2 years ago

    Look at Norwich as to be Chris Spurs Houghton

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  • Barry Manihigh
    2 years ago

    Im not a Norwich supporter but Chris Huyton has taken trash far up the table. Hats off to him and a royal middle finger to the barcodes.

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