We have listed three managers, this is the last part of the list which consists of two new managers — Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery — and Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Chelsea manager didn’t look like one who is managing a Premier League side for the first time. He is able to bring more quality and firepower to the Blues attacking front line.
He has equally added more grit and doggedness to the team at the back of the pitch.
Sarri has led his men to four back-to-back victories and he has made them understood his tactical philosophy and approach to games.
The Blues currently sit second on the Premier League table and he would be hoping to leapfrog the Liverpool in the race for the trophy.
The manager joined the Gunners from PSG in June and he’s getting to know his players the more.
Unlike Sarri, Emery is yet to get the best from his men in terms of how he wants them to play, though, they are improving tremendously.
Arsenal lost two matches to City and Chelsea but they have managed to record two victories before the international break.
Despite failing to get a new player this summer, the Argentine manager has started the season on good note.
He recorded three consecutive victories before losing to Watford, a week before the international break.
Pochettino might need to turn to the youth team, should there be any need to add new players to the team before January as he couldn’t bring new players to his squad