ManagersSee also: List of Premier League managers
Managers in the Premier League are involved in the day to day running of the team, including the training, team selection, and player acquisition. Their influence varies from club-to-club and is related to the ownership of the club and the relationship of the manager with fans. Managers are required to have a UEFA Pro Licence which is the final coaching qualification available, and follows the completion of the UEFA 'B' and 'A' Licences. The UEFA Pro Licence is required by every person who wishes to manage a club in the Premier League on a permanent basis (i. e. more than 12 weeks – the amount of time an unqualified caretaker manager is allowed to take control). Caretaker appointments are managers that fill the gap between a managerial departure and a new appointment. Several caretaker managers have gone on to secure a permanent managerial post after performing well as a caretaker; examples include Paul Hart at Portsmouth and David Pleat at Tottenham Hotspur.
Only one manager, Alex Ferguson, has remained in his position since the formation of the Premier League in 1992. Arsène Wenger has been in charge of Arsenal in the Premier League since 1996, while David Moyes has been Everton's manager since 2002. No English manager has won the Premier League; the six managers to have won the title comprise two Scots Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United, twelve wins) and Kenny Dalglish (Blackburn Rovers, one win), a Frenchman (Arsène Wenger, Arsenal, three wins), a Portuguese (José Mourinho, Chelsea, two wins) and two Italians (Carlo Ancelotti, Chelsea and Roberto Mancini, Manchester City, one win each). The current managers in the Premier League are:
|Scotland !||Ferguson, AlexSir Alex Ferguson||Manchester United||01986-11-066 November 1986|
|France !||Wenger, ArseneArsène Wenger||Arsenal||01996-10-011 October 1996|
|Scotland !||Moyes, DavidDavid Moyes||Everton||02002-03-1515 March 2002|
|Wales !||Pulis, TonyTony Pulis||Stoke City||02006-06-1515 June 2006|
|Spain !||Martinez, RobertoRoberto Martínez||Wigan Athletic||02009-06-1515 June 2009|
|Italy !||Mancini, RobertoRoberto Mancini||Manchester City||02009-12-1919 December 2009|
|England !||McDermott, BrianBrian McDermott||Reading||02009-12-2020 December 2009|
|England !||Adkins, NigelNigel Adkins||Southampton||02010-09-1212 September 2010|
|England !||Pardew, AlanAlan Pardew||Newcastle United||02010-12-099 December 2010|
|England !||Allardyce, SamSam Allardyce||West Ham United||02011-06-011 June 2011|
|Netherlands !||Jol, MartinMartin Jol||Fulham||02011-06-077 June 2011|
|Northern Ireland !||Oneill, MartinMartin O'Neill||Sunderland||02011-12-033 December 2011|
|Wales !||Redknapp, HarryHarry Redknapp||Queens Park Rangers||02012-11-2424 November 2012|
|!||Benítez, RafaelRafael Benítez||Chelsea||02012-11-2121 November 2012|
|Northern Ireland !||Rodgers, BrendanBrendan Rodgers||Liverpool||02012-06-011 June 2012|
|Scotland !||Lambert, PaulPaul Lambert||Aston Villa||02012-06-022 June 2012|
|Ireland !||Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton||Norwich City||02012-06-077 June 2012|
|Scotland !||Clarke, SteveSteve Clarke||West Bromwich Albion||02012-06-088 June 2012|
|Demnark !||Laudrup, MichaelMichael Laudrup||Swansea City||02012-06-1515 June 2012|
|Portugal !||Villas-Boas, AndreAndré Villas-Boas||Tottenham Hotspur||02012-07-033 July 2012|
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