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Now the Euro 2020 final is behind us, it’s time to shift our focus back to the Premier League. The season will start on the 13th of August with the match between Brentford and Arsenal. A week before the match Manchester City and Leicester City play the official opener of the season with the Community Shield match. At the end of last season quite a few clubs where without a manager. In this article we discuss all managers that start this Premier League season at a new club.
The Spanish manager is by far the biggest name who joins a new club at the start of this season. And what a move it is. The Spaniard had a lot of success at Liverpool in the past, but now he joins their rivals Everton. A move that fans of both clubs were against, but we believe he has the quality to turn the Everton fans. If he gets the team playing like he does at every club he worked, Everton will start to like him quickly.
The Frenchman is one of the legends in the Premier League. He was a big part of Arsenal’s invincible team under Arsene Wenger. The Arsenal fans absolute adore him and will want him to succeed in the Premier League. Vieira joins another London club for his first Premier League job during his managerial career. It will be very interesting to see how he performs at Palace. When he’s doing a good job, there is a big chance he will manage Arsenal one day.
Nuno Espirito Santo
The Portuguese manager isn’t new for the Premier League. He led Wolverhampton Wanderers from the Championship to the Premier League and in the last three years in the Premier League. After one of the biggest soaps in recent history, where Tottenham was linked to a new manager every other day, they finally announced Nuno Espirito Santo as their new manager. He did a very good job at Wolverhampton, so it would be interesting to see what he can do with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Bruno Lage joins the Premier League for the first time as a manager. He worked in England before are assistant manager at both Sheffield United and Swansea City. In 2019 he started his first job as head coach at Benfica, where he worked for Benfica B first. After a bad run, he decided to hand in his resignation at the club. Now he joins the Portuguese enclave at Wolverhampton Wanderers, where he takes over from Nuno Esprito Santo.