The Premier League has revealed its six-strong shortlist for the 2022/23 Manager of the Season award.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp won the award last season, but with the Reds struggling for much of the current campaign, Klopp will have no chance of retaining his title.
Instead, Mikel Arteta, Roberto De Zerbi, Unai Emery, Pep Guardiola, Eddie Howe and Marco Silva are among the six managers battling for the award this time around.
arteta Leading contenders will be following the guidance armory In the picture titled Premier League. For a large part of the campaign the Gunners were favorites to win the title, and although they may have faltered in the closing stages, it cannot be denied that Arsenal have exceeded expectations this season.
If Arteta is to win, he must look to his former mentor Manchester City boss guardiolaThe one who looks set to bag yet another title is also up for the public vote.
Current Premier League table, top scorers and upcoming fixtures
Newcastle United Manager be Deservedly makes the shortlist, turning the Magpies into a real force in English football once again.
With three games remaining, Newcastle are third in the Premier League and remain in control of their own destiny when it comes to Champions League qualification.
a little lower than the table brightonWhere? de zarby Has taken the world by storm with his tactical prowess and ability to compete with the Premier League’s elite. Brighton are on the cusp of Europa League qualification and can claim victories over Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool.
De Zerbi only joined Brighton a month ago in September pumice stone took over Aston Villa, They were in the bottom five when he joined but are now on the outskirts of a European fight, having lost just seven matches since his arrival.
Finally, there is SilvaWhose fulham The sides were right in the fight for a Europa League place before a season-ending slump put an end to the dreams the Cottagers didn’t believe they would have just 12 months earlier.
fans can vote For their favorite winner, those votes are combined with a panel of experts to determine the final winner.
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