How Premier League managerial nationalities have changed over time


Despite all his good work last season, on Monday Gary O’Neil was shuffled off his managerial duties at Bournemouth. In his place arrived the much-admired coaching figure of Andoni Iraola.

With that one move, Spain can now boast the most managers of any country in the Premier League. At least, they can for now. Who knows when the next one will be sacked, poached, scrambled or fried?

It may have been a solitary switch, but Spain’s rise and the increasing diversity in the management pool of…



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