Ranking Manchester City’s Top Managers of the Premier League Era By Their Win Percentage (part 1)

Pep Guardiola is undoubtedly Manchester City’s best manager to date who is appointed in 2016. But have you ever wondered who being the best in the Premier League era at least
In this post, we take a look at the win percentages of all Man City‘s top Premier League managers. 

10. Brian Horton – 30.21%
Brian Horton was the Manchester City manager in 1993 until May 1995. During his time, the club finished 16th and 17th in the league table thanks to key players such as Uwe Rosler, scoring over 20 goals in his second  season, and the Ireland legend player – Niall Quinn.

9. Stuart Pearce – 35.05%
At first Stuart Pearce worked as a caretaker manager, replacing Kevin Keegan, but after a fine start to the Etihad; he was given the job as head manager.
The following season Man City was struggled to finish 15th, despite the appearance of Darius Vassell and Andy Cole, as they lost nine of their final ten league games. The following season things were even worse as his players scored less than ten goals at home all season. That year he was fired by City in May.

8. Sven-Goran Eriksson – 42.22%
The former England boss was hired by chairman Thaksin Shinawatra, who also signed contracts with Martin Petrov and Vedran Corluka in that same summer. In his first few games, City beat Man Utd and standee on top of the table after three games. They famously defeated Man United for the first time since the 1969/70 season, although they finished the season poorly with an 8-1 trashing by Middlesbrough, and Eriksson left his posy via mutual consent in the summer. 

7. Joe Royle – 43.02%
Joe Royle worked for the club in February 1998 but couldn’t save City from degrading to Division Three although City were promoted after defeating Gillingham in a famous playoff final.