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British managers will they ever win the Premier League again

DATE: 09.01.2016 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2016-17
 

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Sir Alex Ferguson made the most of his manager career, but few managers born in Britain will probably be able to win a Premier League title again, since most of the top teams goes foreign
 

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They are still around and taking charge of Premier League clubs, but they are more seldom, and the same names goes around. People like Sam Allardyce, David Moyes, Mark Hughes and Tony Pulis are there, and of course Sean Dyche and Eddie Howe.

Swansea appointed Paul Clement, and names such as Gareth Southgate, Chris Coleman, Gordon Strachan and Garry Monk are others running clubs and national teams with relatively good results.

People like Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane are still in the trade, being in charge of Republic of Ireland. Michael O'Neill is also starting to get noticed with a great run of results for N Ireland.

You should never forget Brendan Rodgers who have done relatively well and was close to winning the Premier League with Liverpool and is now in charge of Celtic, he could be an option and still a young man.
 

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Harry Redknapp was close to "magic" with Tottenham, but since his departure they have gone "abroad" to find their managers. Tim Sherwood went from caretaker to manager, but never lasted. Villas Boas and Pochettino where the two getting appointed.

There are few around with probably the will to get noticed, but at the moment no British manager will get his hands on the Premier League trophy for many years to come, but the one who could be the next could be Brendan Rodgers.

Rodgers is among the best in the game when it comes to "coach modern" and the one with the best continental style among the group of "Brits", and he has shown that he can work at several levels and get good results.

Eddie Howe is one impressing carachter, but he has so far only been in charge of Bournemouth, and the work done is phenomenal. But he is doing special things with Bournemouth, close to his heart, if he can do it at in a bigger enviroment is not certain.

The last Englishman to win a league title was Howard Wilkinson when he managed to win it with Leeds in 1992. Since then Scottish managers Kenny Dalglish and Sir Alex Ferguson are the once doing it with Liverpool, Blackburn and Manchester United.

In the top six at the moment, you have one Italian, one French, one Argentinian, a German, a Spanish and a Portuguese in charge. Other clubs tends to look at what the "bigger teams" do, and that has made a few clubs also going foreign in the appointments.

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