Premier League 2023-2024: New Managers Set to Make Their Mark


With the Premier League season on the horizon, new managers at top clubs bring a sense of anticipation and change. This year, there are only a few fresh faces stepping into the managerial roles, but they are notable names that could have a significant impact on their teams’ performances.


Which Premier League 2023-24 season teams have new managers?

The Premier League clubs with new managers for the 2023-2024 season are Chelsea, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, and Bournemouth.


Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea

Managed Teams: Espanyol, Southampton, Tottenham, PSG, Chelsea

Managed Matches: 598

Games Won: 290

Games Lost: 175

Mauricio Pochettino becomes the new manager of Chelsea, one of the most supported Premier League clubs in the world, aiming to bring new life to a team that had a disappointing season under new ownership. With his intense and attractive style of play, Pochettino will try to make several players better and bring back the Blues to their previous success.

Ange Postecoglou, Tottenham

Managed Teams: South Melbourne, Australia U20, Panachaiki, Whittlesea Zebras, Brisbane Roar, Melbourne Victory, Australia, Yokohama F. Marinos, Celtic, Tottenham

Managed Matches: 681

Games Won: 366

Games Lost: 179

At Tottenham, Australia’s Ange Postecoglou steps in after a successful stint with Celtic, where he brought an expansive and possession-based style of football. He faces the challenge of elevating Tottenham to greater heights and delivering success to the club.

Roy Hodgson, Crystal Palace

Managed Teams: Halmstads BK, Bristol City, Örebro, Malmö, Neuchâtel Xamax, Switzerland, Inter, Blackburn Rovers, Grasshoppers, Copenhagen, Udinese, United Arab Emirates, Viking, Finland, Fulham, Liverpool, West Bromwich Albion, England, England U21, Crystal Palace, Watford

Managed Matches: 1,241

Games Won: 533

Games Lost: 368

Bournemouth’s new manager, Andoni Iraola, is known for playing fast and intense football, pressing high up the pitch. This style of play could make Bournemouth a strong team. His previous success at Rayo Vallecano indicates that he can bring an exciting brand of football to the Premier League.

Bournemouth, Andoni Iraola

Managed Teams: AEK Larnaca, Mirandés, Rayo Vallecano, AFC Bournemouth

Managed Matches: 214

Games Won: 84

Games Lost: 72

In the previous season, Iraola’s Vallecano team achieved impressive victories against top clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona. Now, as the manager of Bournemouth, he firmly believes that his team can surprise their Premier League rivals too. Iraola recognized some similarities between Bournemouth and Vallecano, where he had a successful three-year stint. Just like Vallecano, Bournemouth plays in a modest stadium and aims to make its mark in the league.


Who is the youngest manager in the Premier League?

The youngest Premier League manager is Ryan Mason (29y, 312d), Tottenham Hotspur vs. Southampton (21 April 2021).

Who is the longest current Premier League manager?

In April 2022, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp became the longest serving manager currently in the Premier League.

Who is the oldest manager in the Premier League?

The oldest Premier League manager is Roy Hodgson (75y, 292d), Crystal Palace vs. Nottingham Forest (28 May 2023).


The Premier League 2023-2024 season is near, and new Premier League 2023-2024 season managers at top clubs bring excitement and change.

With fresh faces at Chelsea, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, and Bournemouth, fans are eager to see how they impact their teams. Mauricio Pochettino, Ange Postecoglou, and Andoni Iraola aim to bring success and a different style of play to their new clubs.