It's a fair shout now, only really Pep can rival him imo with the current changing manager dynamic across Europe.I know everyone will say I'm bias but I truly believe that Klopp is the best manager in the world right now.
Not with Woodward. He thinks he knows best.It seems like questioning Guardiola has become the new way to prove just how much football knowledge you have. Has he worked at the biggest clubs in the world? Sure. But strangely enough the reason he gets these jobs is because he’s the best manager in the world. The achievements don’t suddenly become meaningless.
It would be like saying Ronaldo hasn’t actually done that much because the trophies he won are with United, Real and Juve. For them to really mean something he’d need to win them with Burnley, Eibar and Parma.
The funny thing is if he’d joined United instead of City they’d almost certainly be in a similar position to what City are now, and people would be saying the same things about how he took a job at a big club where he couldn’t fail.
Don't think Ole can be classified as a rookie manager given he's been leading first teams since 2011. I also think it's too early to make a call on Arteta so I'll go:Be interesting to get everyones take on this now.
I think Mourinho is finished as a top tier manager but I can’t really justify having him below any of the three rookie managers. After that it’s really tricky as there’s not much to go off but my gut feel is that Arteta will end up being the best manager of the three.