The Premier League has seen some of the most experienced managers in world football. However, despite these top names headlining the domestic scene, we’ve also seen some of the youngest in the league.
Interesting Football brings you the youngest managers in the Premier League currently.
5. Steve Cooper (43 years)
Steve Cooper secured Nottingham Forest’s promotion back to the Premier League through the Championship playoffs. He is one of the youngest faces in the league.
4. Roberto De Zerbi (43 years)
Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi is one of the most impactful managers in the English Premier League. The Italian replaced Graham Potter, who joined Chelsea after a good start with the Seagulls.
De Zerbi has successfully turned Brighton into one of the most consistent teams in the league.
3. Mikel Arteta (41 years)
Mikel Arteta exited his role as an assistant coach at Manchester City to take over the top job at Arsenal. The Spaniard was appointed head coach of the club in 2019.
In the 2022/23 campaign, Mikel Arteta is in the race for the Premier League title amid tough competition from Manchester City.
2. Rubén Sellés (39 years)
Spanish coach Rubén Sellés was appointed to take charge of the Saints following a series of poor results. He replaced Nathan Jones on February 24 as the club battled to save their season.
1. Gary O’Neil (39 years)
AFC Bournemouth boss Gary O’Neil is one of the youngest coaches in the English Premier League this season. The Cherries appointed the 39-year-old Englishman in November 2022.
Bournemouth got a good start with a 2-0 victory over Aston Villa.
Gary O’Neil began to struggle but has suddenly found their footing and looks set to retain
their top-flight status beyond this season.