Premier League Manager of the Month

The Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best adjudged Premier League manager each month of the season. The recipient is chosen by a panel of Football Association members and announced alongside the Player of the Month on the first or second Friday of the following month.[1] It has been called the Carling Premiership Manager of the Month (1994–2001) and the Barclaycard Premiership Manager of the Month (2001–2004); it is currently known as the Barclays Manager of the Month.[2]

The Premier League was formed in 1992, when the members of the First Division resigned from The Football League. These clubs set up a new commercially independent league that negotiated its own broadcast and sponsorship agreements.[3] The inaugural season had no sponsor until Carling agreed to a four-year deal for £12 million that started the following season.[4] Carling introduced new Manager of the Month and Manager of the Season awards for the 1993–94 season,[5] supplementing the existing Football Writers' Association and Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year awards. The first Manager of the Month was awarded to Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson for his achievements in August 1993.[6] The following season, Carling introduced a Player of the Month award, which is presented alongside the Manager of the Month award.[7]

Ferguson has been Manager of the Month the most times with a record twenty-seven awards. Harry Redknapp has had six spells managing Premier League football clubs (West Ham United, Portsmouth, Southampton, Portsmouth again, Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers) winning a Manager of the Month award in each of those spells. Eight other managers have won an award with two or more clubs: Martin O'Neill with Leicester City, Aston Villa and Sunderland, Brendan Rodgers with Swansea City and Liverpool, Stuart Pearce with Nottingham Forest and Manchester City, Gordon Strachan with Coventry City and Southampton, Sam Allardyce with Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United, Mauricio Pochettino with Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur, Rafael Benítez with Liverpool and Chelsea and Claudio Ranieri with Leicester City and Chelsea. Twelve managers have won awards in consecutive months: Joe Kinnear, Kevin Keegan, Roy Evans, Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsène Wenger, David O'Leary, Paul Jewell, Rafael Benítez, Carlo Ancelotti, Manuel Pellegrini, Antonio Conte and Pep Guardiola. Stuart Pearce also won consecutive awards; one at the end of the 2004–05 season, and the other at the start of the 2005–06 season. Guardiola is the only manager in Premier League history to have won the award in four successive months. The award has been shared on one occasion, in March 2002, when Liverpool manager Gérard Houllier was jointly awarded Manager of the Month with caretaker manager Phil Thompson, who had deputised while Houllier was absent for medical reasons.[8]

As of April 2018, the most recent recipient of the award is West Bromwich Albion caretaker manager Darren Moore. It is his first award, which is also the first for his country Jamaica.

List of winners

Contents

1993–94 · 1994–95 · 1995–96 · 1996–97 · 1997–98 · 1998–99 · 1999–2000
2000–01 · 2001–02 · 2002–03 · 2003–04 · 2004–05 · 2005–06 · 2006–07 · 2007–08 · 2008–09 · 2009–10
2010–11 · 2011–12 · 2012–13 · 2013–14 · 2014–15 · 2015–16 · 2016–17 · 2017–18

Key
Award was shared with another manager

Former Chelsea managers José Mourinho and Claudio Ranieri have won three and five awards, respectively.
Month Year[nb 1] Nationality Manager Team Ref
1993–94 FA Premier League
August 1993  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [6]
September 1993  Ireland Joe Kinnear Wimbledon [6]
October 1993  Wales Mike Walker Norwich City [6]
November 1993  England Kevin Keegan Newcastle United [6]
December 1993  England Trevor Francis Sheffield Wednesday [6]
January 1994  Scotland Kenny Dalglish Blackburn Rovers [6]
February 1994  England Joe Royle Oldham Athletic [6]
March 1994  Ireland Joe Kinnear Wimbledon [6]
April 1994  Ireland Joe Kinnear Wimbledon [6]
1994–95 FA Premier League
August 1994  England Kevin Keegan Newcastle United [7]
September 1994  England Frank Clark Nottingham Forest [7]
October 1994  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [7]
November 1994  Scotland Kenny Dalglish Blackburn Rovers [7]
December 1994  England Gerry Francis Tottenham Hotspur [7]
January 1995  England Brian Little Aston Villa [7]
February 1995  England Kevin Keegan Newcastle United [7]
March 1995  England Ron Atkinson Coventry City [7]
April 1995  England Howard Wilkinson Leeds United [7]
1995–96 FA Premier League
August 1995  England Kevin Keegan Newcastle United [9]
September 1995  England Kevin Keegan Newcastle United [9]
October 1995  England Frank Clark Nottingham Forest [9]
November 1995  England Alan Ball Manchester City [9]
December 1995  England Roy Evans Liverpool [9]
January 1996  England Roy Evans Liverpool [9]
February 1996  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [9]
March 1996  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [9]
April 1996  England Dave Merrington Southampton [9]
1996–97 FA Premier League
August 1996  England David Pleat Sheffield Wednesday [10]
September 1996  Ireland Joe Kinnear Wimbledon [10]
October 1996  Scotland Graeme Souness Southampton [10]
November 1996  England Jim Smith Derby County [10]
December 1996  Scotland Gordon Strachan Coventry City [10]
January 1997  England Stuart Pearce Nottingham Forest [10]
February 1997  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [10]
March 1997  England Bryan Robson Middlesbrough [10]
April 1997  Scotland Graeme Souness Southampton [10]
1997–98 FA Premier League
August 1997  England Roy Hodgson Blackburn Rovers [11]
September 1997  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Leicester City [11]
October 1997  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [11]
November 1997  Scotland George Graham Leeds United [11]
December 1997  England Roy Hodgson Blackburn Rovers [11]
January 1998  England Howard Kendall Everton [11]
February 1998  Scotland Gordon Strachan Coventry City [11]
March 1998  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [11]
April 1998  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [11]
1998–99 FA Premier League
August 1998  England Alan Curbishley Charlton Athletic [12]
September 1998  England John Gregory Aston Villa [12]
October 1998  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Leicester City [12]
November 1998  England Harry Redknapp West Ham United [12]
December 1998  England Brian Kidd Blackburn Rovers [12]
January 1999  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [12]
February 1999  England Alan Curbishley Charlton Athletic [12]
March 1999  Ireland David O'Leary Leeds United [12]
April 1999  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [12]
1999–2000 FA Premier League
August 1999  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [13]
September 1999  Scotland Walter Smith Everton [13]
October 1999  England Peter Reid Sunderland [13]
November 1999  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Leicester City [13]
December 1999  France Gérard Houllier Liverpool [13]
January 2000  Northern Ireland Danny Wilson Sheffield Wednesday [13]
February 2000  England Bobby Robson Newcastle United [13]
March 2000  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [13]
April 2000  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [13]
2000–01 FA Premier League
August 2000  England Bobby Robson Newcastle United [14]
September 2000  England Peter Taylor Leicester City [14]
October 2000  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [14]
November 2000  Scotland George Burley Ipswich Town [14]
December 2000  England Peter Reid Sunderland [14]
January 2001  England Terry Venables Middlesbrough [14]
February 2001  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [14]
March 2001  Ireland David O'Leary Leeds United [14]
April 2001  Ireland David O'Leary Leeds United [14]
2001–02 FA Premier League
August 2001  England Sam Allardyce Bolton Wanderers [15]
September 2001  England John Gregory Aston Villa [15]
October 2001  England Glenn Hoddle Tottenham Hotspur [15]
November 2001  England Phil Thompson Liverpool [16]
December 2001  England Bobby Robson Newcastle United [15]
January 2002  Scotland Gordon Strachan Southampton [15]
February 2002  England Bobby Robson Newcastle United [15]
March[nb 2] 2002  France Gérard Houllier Liverpool [8]
March[nb 2] 2002  England Phil Thompson Liverpool [8]
April 2002  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [15]
2002–03 FA Premier League
August 2002  England Glenn Hoddle Tottenham Hotspur [17]
September 2002  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [18]
October 2002  France Gérard Houllier Liverpool [19]
November 2002  Scotland David Moyes Everton [18]
December 2002  Scotland Gordon Strachan Southampton [18]
January 2003  England Bobby Robson Newcastle United [18]
February 2003  England Alan Curbishley Charlton Athletic [18]
March 2003  England Glenn Roeder West Ham United [18]
April 2003  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [18]
2003–04 FA Premier League
August 2003  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [20]
September 2003  Italy Claudio Ranieri Chelsea [20]
October 2003  England Bobby Robson Newcastle United [20]
November 2003  England Sam Allardyce Bolton Wanderers [20]
December 2003  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [20]
January 2004  England Sam Allardyce Bolton Wanderers [20]
February 2004  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [20]
March 2004  Italy Claudio Ranieri Chelsea [20]
April 2004  England Harry Redknapp Portsmouth [20]
2004–05 FA Premier League
August 2004  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [21]
September 2004  Scotland David Moyes Everton [21]
October 2004  England Harry Redknapp Portsmouth [21]
November 2004  Portugal José Mourinho Chelsea [21]
December 2004  Netherlands Martin Jol Tottenham Hotspur [22]
January 2005  Portugal José Mourinho Chelsea [21]
February 2005  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [21]
March 2005  England Harry Redknapp Southampton [21]
April 2005  England Stuart Pearce Manchester City [21]
2005–06 FA Premier League
August 2005  England Stuart Pearce Manchester City [23]
September 2005  England Paul Jewell Wigan Athletic [23]
October 2005  England Paul Jewell Wigan Athletic [23]
November 2005  Spain Rafael Benítez Liverpool [24]
December 2005  Spain Rafael Benítez Liverpool [25]
January 2006  Scotland David Moyes Everton [23]
February 2006  England Alan Pardew West Ham United [23]
March 2006  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [23]
April 2006  England Harry Redknapp Portsmouth [26]
2006–07 FA Premier League
August 2006  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [27]
September 2006  England Steve Coppell Reading [28]
October 2006  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [29]
November 2006  England Steve Coppell Reading [30]
December 2006  England Sam Allardyce Bolton Wanderers [31]
January 2007  Spain Rafael Benítez Liverpool [32]
February 2007  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [33]
March 2007  Portugal José Mourinho Chelsea [34]
April 2007  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Aston Villa [35]
2007–08 Premier League
August 2007  Sweden Sven-Göran Eriksson Manchester City [36]
September 2007  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [37]
October 2007  Wales Mark Hughes Blackburn Rovers [38]
November 2007  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Aston Villa [39]
December 2007  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [40]
January 2008  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [41]
February 2008  Scotland David Moyes Everton [42]
March 2008  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [43]
April 2008  Israel Avram Grant Chelsea [44]
2008–09 Premier League
August 2008  England Gareth Southgate Middlesbrough [45]
September 2008  England Phil Brown Hull City [46]
October 2008  Spain Rafael Benítez Liverpool [47]
November 2008  England Gary Megson Bolton Wanderers [48]
December 2008  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Aston Villa [49]
January 2009  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [50]
February 2009  Scotland David Moyes Everton [51]
March 2009  Spain Rafael Benítez Liverpool [52]
April 2009  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [1]
2009–10 Premier League
August 2009  England Harry Redknapp Tottenham Hotspur [53]
September 2009  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [54]
October 2009  England Roy Hodgson Fulham [55]
November 2009  Italy Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea [56]
December 2009  Scotland Alex McLeish Birmingham City [57]
January 2010  Scotland David Moyes Everton [58]
February 2010  England Roy Hodgson Fulham [59]
March 2010  Scotland David Moyes Everton [60]
April 2010  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Aston Villa [61]
2010–11 Premier League
August 2010  Italy Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea [62]
September 2010  Italy Roberto Di Matteo West Bromwich Albion [63]
October 2010  Scotland David Moyes Everton [64]
November 2010  Ireland Owen Coyle Bolton Wanderers [65]
December 2010  Italy Roberto Mancini Manchester City [66]
January 2011  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [67]
February 2011  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [67]
March 2011  Italy Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea [68]
April 2011  Italy Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea [69]
2011–12 Premier League
August 2011  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [70]
September 2011  England Harry Redknapp Tottenham Hotspur [71]
October 2011  Italy Roberto Mancini Manchester City [72]
November 2011  England Harry Redknapp Tottenham Hotspur [73]
December 2011  Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Sunderland [74]
January 2012  Northern Ireland Brendan Rodgers Swansea City [75]
February 2012  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [76]
March 2012  Ireland Owen Coyle Bolton Wanderers [77]
April 2012  Spain Roberto Martínez Wigan Athletic [78]
2012–13 Premier League
September 2012  Scotland David Moyes Everton [78]
October 2012  Scotland Alex Ferguson Manchester United [79]
November 2012  Scotland Steve Clarke West Bromwich Albion [80]
December 2012  Portugal André Villas-Boas Tottenham Hotspur [81]
January 2013  England Brian McDermott Reading [82]
February 2013  Portugal André Villas-Boas Tottenham Hotspur [83]
March 2013  Scotland David Moyes Everton [84]
April 2013  Spain Rafael Benítez Chelsea [85]
2013–14 Premier League
August 2013  Northern Ireland Brendan Rodgers Liverpool [86]
September 2013  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [87]
October 2013  Argentina Mauricio Pochettino Southampton [88]
November 2013  England Alan Pardew Newcastle United [89]
December 2013  Chile Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City [90]
January 2014  Chile Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City [91]
February 2014  England Sam Allardyce West Ham United [92]
March 2014  Northern Ireland Brendan Rodgers Liverpool [93]
April 2014  Wales Tony Pulis Crystal Palace [94]
2014–15 Premier League
August 2014  England Garry Monk Swansea City [95]
September 2014  Netherlands Ronald Koeman Southampton [96]
October 2014  England Sam Allardyce West Ham United [97]
November 2014  England Alan Pardew Newcastle United [98]
December 2014  Chile Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City [99]
January 2015  Netherlands Ronald Koeman Southampton [100]
February 2015  Wales Tony Pulis West Bromwich Albion [101]
March 2015  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [102]
April 2015  England Nigel Pearson Leicester City [103]
2015–16 Premier League
August 2015  Chile Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City [104]
September 2015  Argentina Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham Hotspur [105]
October 2015  France Arsène Wenger Arsenal [106]
November 2015  Italy Claudio Ranieri Leicester City [107]
December 2015  Spain Quique Sánchez Flores Watford [108]
January 2016  Netherlands Ronald Koeman Southampton [109]
February 2016  Argentina Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham Hotspur [110]
March 2016  Italy Claudio Ranieri Leicester City [111]
April 2016  Italy Claudio Ranieri Leicester City [112]
2016–17 Premier League
August 2016  England Mike Phelan Hull City [113]
September 2016  Germany Jürgen Klopp Liverpool [114]
October 2016  Italy Antonio Conte Chelsea [115]
November 2016  Italy Antonio Conte Chelsea [116]
December 2016  Italy Antonio Conte Chelsea [117]
January 2017  England Paul Clement Swansea City [118]
February 2017  Spain Pep Guardiola Manchester City [119]
March 2017  England Eddie Howe Bournemouth [120]
April 2017  Argentina Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham Hotspur [121]
2017–18 Premier League
August 2017  United States David Wagner Huddersfield Town [122]
September 2017  Spain Pep Guardiola Manchester City [123]
October 2017  Spain Pep Guardiola Manchester City [124]
November 2017  Spain Pep Guardiola Manchester City [125]
December 2017  Spain Pep Guardiola Manchester City [126]
January 2018  England Eddie Howe Bournemouth [127]
February 2018  Ireland Chris Hughton Brighton & Hove Albion [128]
March 2018  England Sean Dyche Burnley [129]
April 2018  Jamaica Darren Moore West Bromwich Albion [130]

Multiple winners

The below table lists all the people that have won on more than one occasion.

* Indicates current Premier League manager
Italics Indicates managers still managing in professional football
RankManagersWins
1stAlex Ferguson27
2ndArsène Wenger15
3rdDavid Moyes10
4thMartin O'Neill8
Harry Redknapp
6thSam Allardyce6
Rafael Benítez*
Bobby Robson
9thKevin Keegan5
Claudio Ranieri
Pep Guardiola*
12thCarlo Ancelotti4
Roy Hodgson*
Joe Kinnear
Manuel Pellegrini
Gordon Strachan
Mauricio Pochettino*
18thAlan Curbishley3
Gérard Houllier[nb 2]
Ronald Koeman
José Mourinho*
David O'Leary
Alan Pardew
Stuart Pearce
Brendan Rodgers
Antonio Conte*
27thFrank Clark2
Steve Coppell
Owen Coyle
Kenny Dalglish
Roy Evans
John Gregory
Glenn Hoddle
Eddie Howe*
Paul Jewell
Tony Pulis
Roberto Mancini
Peter Reid
Graeme Souness
Phil Thompson[nb 2]
André Villas-Boas

Awards won by nationality

As of April 2018 award
Country Wins
 England 83
 Scotland 50
 France 18
 Italy 15
 Spain 13
 Northern Ireland 11
 Ireland 10
 Portugal 5
 Argentina 4
 Chile 4
 Netherlands 4
 Wales 4
 Germany 2
 Sweden 1
 Israel 1
 United States 1
 Jamaica 1

Awards won by club

As of April 2018 award
Club Wins # Managers
Manchester United 27 1
Arsenal 15 1
Liverpool 14[nb 2] 5
Chelsea 14 6
Manchester City 14 5
Newcastle United 13 3
Everton 12 3
Tottenham Hotspur 12 6
Southampton 10 6
Leicester City 8 4
Aston Villa 7 3
Bolton Wanderers 7 3
Blackburn Rovers 6 4
Leeds United 5 3
West Ham United 5 4
Wimbledon 4 1
West Bromwich Albion 4 4
Charlton Athletic 3 1
Coventry City 3 2
Middlesbrough 3 3
Nottingham Forest 3 2
Portsmouth 3 1
Reading 3 2
Sheffield Wednesday 3 3
Sunderland 3 2
Wigan Athletic 3 2
Bournemouth 2 1
Fulham 2 1
Hull City 2 2
Swansea City 2 2
Birmingham City 1 1
Crystal Palace 1 1
Derby County 1 1
Ipswich Town 1 1
Norwich City 1 1
Oldham Athletic 1 1
Watford 1 1
Huddersfield Town 1 1
Brighton & Hove Albion 1 1
Burnley 1 1

Footnotes

  1. Each year in the table is linked to the article about the corresponding football season.
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 Liverpool manager Gérard Houllier became ill during the 2001–02 season, and Phil Thompson became caretaker manager. Houllier returned to his management job in March and he was jointly award Manager of the Month with Thompson. In the tables they are counted as two separate recipients.[8]

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