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Manchester City are currently one of the most dominant and feared football teams in the world. Other than a brief spell in the First Division back in 2001/02, they have been a Premier League club since the league was introduced but it was in 2008 when the club was taken over by Sheikh Mansour that they were taken to the next level.
Manchester City now have a squad of world-class players which have notched up four Premier League title victories in the last five seasons. Current manager Pep Guardiola has been a big part of their success since joining the club in 2016 but with such high expectations set due to the clubs success in recent seasons, he must continue to bring in silverware if he is to retain his job,
Pep Guardiola is a former professional footballer and current manager of Manchester City. He is widely regarded as one of the most successful and influential coaches in the sport’s history. He was born on January 18, 1971, in Santpedor, Spain.
As a player, Guardiola played as a defensive midfielder for FC Barcelona, winning numerous titles including six La Liga titles and the European Cup. He was also a regular member of the Spanish national team.
After retiring from playing, Guardiola began his managerial career at FC Barcelona B, before being appointed as the first-team manager in 2008. He enjoyed a hugely successful four-year spell at the club, winning 14 major trophies, including three La Liga titles and two UEFA Champions League titles.
Guardiola then went on to manage Bayern Munich in Germany, winning three consecutive Bundesliga titles and reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League in each of his three seasons in charge.
In 2016, Guardiola joined Manchester City, where he has since won four Premier League titles, one FA Cup, and three League Cups. His Manchester City team is known for its possession-based style of play, high pressing, and tactical flexibility.
Guardiola is widely regarded as one of the most innovative and tactically astute managers in the sport’s history. His teams are known for their intricate passing movements, attacking flair, and defensive solidity. He is also renowned for his attention to detail, meticulous preparation, and ability to get the best out of his players.
Several managers in the football world will be lining up to be handed the baton should City decide to part ways with Pep Guardiola. Although he’s not one of the bookie’s favourite managers to be sacked in the Premier League, a run of bad results could result in him swiftly being replaced.
So, if Guardiola was to leave Manchester City, who could replace him?
Online bookmakers have several big names lined up as possible replacements for Pep with the most likely listed below.
|Next Manchester City Manager Odds|
|Roberto De Zerbi||16/1|
Mauricio Pochettino is a name that has been linked to several high-profile clubs in recent times.
Following five years at Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur, Pochettino moved to France to take charge of Paris Saint Germain. However, after just one and a half seasons in charge of the Ligue 1 club, the Argentinian was sacked, mainly due to PSG’s exit from the UEFA Champions League at the hands of Manchester City.
With Pochettino now being without a job, he has been linked to take over at several top clubs, including Manchester City.
Online bookmakers currently have Mauricio Pochettino at odds of 7/2 to become the next manager of Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola has been in charge of Manchester City since 2016 but prior to the Spaniard taking over, the club had seen several managers take the reins.
A full list of Manchester City managers can be found below.
|Josep Guardiola||01 Jul, 2016||Present|
|Manuel Pellegrini||14 Jun, 2013||30 Jun, 2016|
|Brian Kidd||13 May, 2013||14 Jun, 2013|
|Roberto Mancini||20 Dec, 2009||13 May, 2013|
|Mark Hughes||04 Jun, 2008||20 Dec, 2009|
|Sven-Goran Eriksson||06 Jul, 2007||02 Jun, 2008|
|Stuart Pearce||11 Mar, 2005||14 May, 2007|
|Kevin Keegan||24 May, 2001||11 Mar, 2005|
|Joe Royle||18 Feb, 1998||21 May, 2001|
|Frank Clark||29 Dec, 1996||17 Feb, 1998|
|Phil Neal||08 Nov, 1996||29 Dec, 1996|
|Steve Coppell||06 Oct, 1996||08 Nov, 1996|
|Alan Ball||02 Jul, 1995||27 Aug, 1996|
|Brian Horton||28 Aug, 1993||16 May, 1995|
|Tony Book||26 Aug, 1993||28 Aug, 1993|
|Peter Reid||15 Nov, 1990||26 Aug, 1993|
|Howard Kendall||06 Dec, 1989||05 Nov, 1990|
|Mel Machin||01 May, 1987||30 Nov, 1989|
|Jimmy Frizzell||01 Oct, 1986||01 May, 1987|
|Billy McNeill||30 Jun, 1983||22 Sep, 1986|
|John Benson||03 Feb, 1983||07 Jun, 1983|
|John Bond||01 Oct, 1980||03 Feb, 1983|
|Malcolm Allison||16 Jul, 1979||01 Oct, 1980|
|Tony Book||12 Apr, 1974||01 Jan, 1979|
|Ron Saunders||22 Nov, 1973||12 Apr, 1974|
|Johnny Hart||01 May, 1973||16 Nov, 1973|
|Malcolm Allison||12 Jun, 1972||30 Mar, 1973|
|Joe Mercer||01 Jul, 1965||12 Jun, 1971|
|George Poyser||01 May, 1963||01 Apr, 1965|
|Leslie McDowall||01 Jun, 1950||01 May, 1963|
|John “Jock” Thomson||01 Jun, 1947||01 Feb, 1950|
|Sam Cowan||01 Nov, 1946||01 Jun, 1947|
|Wilf Wild||01 Mar, 1932||01 Nov, 1946|
|Peter Hodge||01 May, 1926||01 Mar, 1932|
|David Ashworth||01 Jul, 1924||01 Nov, 1925|
|Ernest Magnall||01 Aug, 1912||01 May, 1924|
|Harry Newbould||01 Jul, 1906||31 Jul, 1912|
|Tom Maley||01 Jul, 1902||01 Jul, 1906|
|Sam Omerod||01 Aug, 1895||01 Jul, 1902|
|Joshua Parlby||01 Aug, 1893||31 May, 1895|
|Lawrence Furniss||01 Aug, 1889||31 May, 1893|