5 Premier League managers you’d want to be quarantined with

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LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 01: Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola celebrates victory after the Carabao Cup Final between Aston Villa and Manchester City at Wembley Stadium on March 01, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Visionhaus)

The Genius: Pep Guardiola – Manchester City

The 2 managers on this page were sort of a given, but they are both just too good at what they do to leave off the list. Pep Guardiola isn’t even 50 yet, and is widely considered one of the best managers of all-time. Sure, he’s only really managed the very best clubs and players, but that shouldn’t take anything away from his achievements, and the sort of mesmerizing, beautiful football he was able to play whilst achieving those goals.

Pep would be fascinating to talk to because he is simply so passionate about what he does. If you see his press conferences, he is rather soft-spoken, but the brain behind the man is nothing short of revolutionary, and being stuck in a house or a room with him would be unbelievable.

He is the sort of footballing mind that only comes around every once in a while, so yeah, I’d absolutely want to be quarantined with him and I’m sure you would too.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – MARCH 11: (BILD ZEITUNG OUT) head coach Juergen Klopp of Liverpool FC looks on prior to the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg match between Liverpool FC and Atletico Madrid at Anfield on March 11, 2020 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Max Maiwald/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Mr Likeable: Jurgen Klopp – Liverpool

Another shoo-in for this list is Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who I’m sure many would consider to be the best football coach in the world right now, due to the ridiculous amount of success he has been able to achieve with Liverpool over the last couple of years in both Europe and the Premier League.

Klopp isn’t some boring football manager though, unlike many of the others. In fact, he is the complete opposite of that. His sociability, matched with his fantastic footballing brain, makes him arguably the most loved manager across world football. It’s hard to hate someone who is always making jokes, smiling, and finding the light in the darkest of situations or subjects.

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Being in quarantine with Jurgen Klopp would probably be really fun, as he has such a lively personality and can get along with a person of any age.

 

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