Thursday, 30 May 2013

Wenger reigns supreme! Arsenal boss has been in charge for more days than the other 19 Premier League bosses combined


Arsene Wenger may have not won a trophy at Arsenal since 2005 but Gunners fans can console themselves the Frenchman can claim to win one competition - he has managed the club for more days than the other 19 Premier League bosses combined.

As of yesterday, the 63-year-old has racked up a whopping 6,079 days during his 17-year reign with the other 19 bosses only totaling 5,909. 

Runner-up: Alan Pardew
Wenger wins the title by a country mile, with Newcastle manager Alan Pardew finishing in second place just 5,179 days behind.

Third spot: Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce, who led West Ham to a respectable tenth place in the Premier League this season after gaining promotion from the Championship, looks set to increase his third place total of 726 with the news he has signed a new two-year contract extension at Upton Park.
Martin Jol
West Ham's London rivals Fulham complete the top four - Dutchman Martin Jol has been in charge at Craven Cottage for 720 days.

Newly promoted club Cardiff claim fifth spot thanks to boss Malky Mackay's 710 days in charge of the Bluebirds.

There is just one day separating Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers and Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert in the battle for sixth place, with the Reds chief pipping the Scot with 361 days.

Five clubs occupy the bottom of the table - Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Everton and Stoke with zero days.

However, Stoke have appointed Mark Hughes as their new manager today so they will climb up the table and the four others will move off zero in the coming weeks. 


  1. he can av mouth now.. when fergie is no more in the picture

  2. Arsenal number 1 celebrant of mediocrity!

  3. loool.. so dis 1 is now trophy to arsenal

  4. Fergie too wild av boasted the same rec a couple of weeks ago

  5. Ayafi Supreme.. U no like