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OPINION: Ranking The Top 10 Best Managers In World Based On Current Form

ARTICLE SOURCE: MY OPINION

We can identify those managers who have started the season wonderfully based on all games played thus far. Based on current performance, here are the top 10 best managers.


10. Sérgio Conceiço

Sérgio Conceiço has had an excellent start to the season with FC Porto. Porto sits atop the Portuguese Primeira Liga table with an unbeaten record after eleven games. They are currently in second place in Group B of the Champions League, with five points, and a win in their next two games might assure their progression to the next round. This season, they'll aim to go further in the competition than they did last year.


9. Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino's side has had a strong start to the season, sitting ten points clear of second place in the French Ligue 1 table. In their Champions League group, they are currently in second position. Mauricio Pochettino has never had a problem with delivering on big occasions at PSG.


8. David Moyes

In all competitions, West Ham United has had a perfect start to the season. The team led by David Moyes has picked up where they left off last season. In the Premier League, they are currently in third place. In all competitions this season, they've beaten Liverpool, Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, and Manchester City. They are currently in first place in their Europa League group, and a win in their next game will assure their progression to the next round.


7. Carlos Ancelloti

This season, Real Madrid has performed admirably in all competitions. They are in second place in the Spanish La Liga league with one game remaining, and they are currently leading their Champions League group. Carlos Ancelloti wants Real Madrid to be Champions League contenders once more.


6. Luciano Spalletti

This season, Luciano Spalletti has completely altered the Napoli team, who are presently in first place in the league table with no losses. They have the same number of points as AC Milan, but they have a better goal difference. They're currently in first place in their Europa League group. This season, Luciano Spalletti's Napoli will be aiming for the Serie A title.


5. Pep Guardiola

Manchester City has had a strong start to the season, like they have in previous seasons. They are currently in second place in the Premier League table, three points behind league leaders Manchester City. They are in first place in their Champions League group, and a win in their next game will guarantee their progression to the next round.


4. Thomas Tuchel

Though the blues have had some disappointing results recently, Thomas Tuchel has picked up where he left off last season. They are currently in first place in the Premier League and second in their Champions League group. With a win in their next Champions League match, Thomas Tuchel's side will advance to the round of sixteen.


2. Erik ten Hag

Ajax has picked up where they left off last season, as they presently sit atop the Eredivisie table. They are tied for second place in terms of points, but have a larger goal differential. They have qualified for the Champions League round of 16 after winning four successive group games.


2. Julian Nagelsmann

Bayern Munich, led by Julian Nagelsmann, are now four points ahead of Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga table. After winning four successive group games, they qualified for the Champions League round of sixteen. After eleven games in the German Bundesliga, Bayern Munich has the most goals scored.


1. Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp has had a good start to the season with Liverpool, who are presently fourth in the Premier League table after one defeat. This season, they've scored the most goals in the Premier League and have a strong home record. After winning four successive group games, they qualified for the Champions League round of sixteen.

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