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Who is the most losing manager in Premier League history?

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March 7, 1402 at 2:45 a.m


Ferguson’s successor at the top

The English newspaper Sun published a report listing the coaches who have suffered the most defeats in the history of the English Premier League.

According to Sports Three, Scotland’s David Moyes, the current West Ham head coach who was previously chosen to succeed the legendary Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, tops the list of most-suffering managerial defeats in Premier League history 241 games. Moyes has managed 682 games in the English Premier League and recorded just 38.9 percent of the wins in those competitions.

Harry Redknapp, former Tottenham Hotspur manager, is in second place with 238 games. He was in first place before the start of this season.


Sam Allardyce, the former head coach of Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Everton, Newcastle United and Leeds United, is in third place with 217 defeats.
Steve Bruce, the former Wigan manager, has lost 211 times in 476 English Premier League games and is the fourth losing manager in the Premier League.


Former Welsh Manchester City manager Mark Hughes is the fifth-most losing manager in Premier League history with 181 defeats in 466 games.

Veteran Roy Hodgson is in sixth place with 177 appearances, followed by Frenchman Arsene Wenger, the former Arsenal manager of 22 years, with 153 appearances. Alan Pardew, the former Crystal Palace and West Ham head coach, has lost 143 times in 320 games and is the eighth most losing coach in league history.


Sean Dyche, the former Everton manager, is in ninth place with 136 defeats in 302 games.
Alan Curbishley, the former Charlton and West Ham head coach, is in 10th place with 135 defeats.

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