Mourinho at 50: Spurs record compared to Klopp and co

Date published: Monday 22nd February 2021 3:23

The 2-1 defeat to West Ham on Sunday was Jose Mourinho’s 50th Premier League game in charge of Tottenham and means he now has the lowest win percentage of any Spurs manager since Juande Ramos.

Here’s how his first 50 games stack up against selected Premier League managers. Thanks to transfermarkt for the stats.

 

Jose Mourinho

Club: Tottenham

Won: 23
Drawn: 12
Lost: 15
Goals scored: 80
Goals conceded: 57
PPG: 1.62
Win percentage: 46%

Premier League finishes: 6th (26 games in charge; 14th on arrival); currently 9th.
Top scorer: Harry Kane – 25
Transfer spend: £130.5million (two windows)

 

Pep Guardiola

Club: Manchester City

Won: 34
Drawn: 10
Lost: 6
Goals scored: 120
Goals conceded: 46
PPG: 2.24
Win percentage: 68%

Premier League finishes: 3rd; 1st after 12 games.
Top scorer: Sergio Aguero – 28
Transfer spend: £420.75million

 

Jurgen Klopp

Club: Liverpool

Won: 26
Drawn: 14
Lost: 10
Goals scored: 103
Goals conceded: 63
PPG: 1.84
Win percentage: 52%

Premier League finishes: 8th (30 games in charge; 10th on arrival); 2nd after 20 games
Top scorer: Roberto Firmino – 16
Transfer spend: £78.21million (two windows)

 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Club: Manchester United

Won: 24
Drawn: 13
Lost: 13
Goals scored: 80
Goals conceded: 55
PPG: 1.70
Win percentage: 48%

Premier League finishes: 6th (21 games in charge; 6th on arrival); 5th after 29 games.
Top scorer: Marcus Rashford – 21
Transfer spend: £204million (three windows)

 

Brendan Rodgers

Club: Leicester

Won: 25
Drawn: 10
Lost: 15
Goals scored: 89
Goals conceded: 52
PPG: 1.70
Win percentage: 50%

Premier League finishes: 9th (10 games in charge; 11th on arrival); 5th
Top scorer: Jamie Vardy – 34
Transfer spend: £149.67million (three windows)

 

Frank Lampard

Club: Chelsea

Won: 26
Drawn: 10
Lost: 14
Goals scored: 94
Goals conceded: 66
PPG: 1.76
Win percentage: 52%

Premier League finishes: 4th; 3rd after 12 games
Top scorer: Tammy Abraham – 15
Transfer spend: £263million (two windows)

 

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