Eddie Howe by the numbers: Games, trophies(…), signings

Date published: Monday 8th November 2021 3:08 - Ian Watson

Eddie Howe as Bournemouth manager.

Eddie Howe is the new Newcastle boss. Here are the numbers behind the 43-year-old’s rise to manage the richest club in the world…

 

Teams managed

Bournemouth
Appointed: 31 December 2008; left: 16 January 2011
Days in charge: 745

Burnley
Appointed: 16 January 2011: sacked: 12 October 2012
Days in charge: 635

Bournemouth
Appointed: 12 October 2012; left: 1 August 2020
Days in charge: 2848

Average length of reign: 1409 days (3 years, 44 weeks)

 

Managerial record

Bournemouth
Games: 102
W51 D17 L34
PPG: 1.67
Win percentage: 50%

Burnley
Games: 86
W35 D17 L34
PPG: 1.42
Win percentage: 39.1%

Bournemouth
Games: 355
W144 D75 L136
PPG: 1.43
Win percentage: 40.2%

 

Honours

Bournemouth

EFL Championship: 2014-15
EFL League One runner-up: 2012-13
EFL League Two runner-up: 2009-10

 

Individual awards

Football League Manager of the Decade: 2005-2015
LMA Manager of the Year: 2015
LMA Championship Manager of the Year: 2014-15
Premier League Manager of the Month: March 2017, January 2018, October 2018
Football League Championship Manager of the Month: October 2014, March 2015
Football League One Manager of the Month: November 2012, April 2013

 

League finishes

Bournemouth
Premier League
19/20: 18th
18/19: 14th
17/18: 12th
16/17: 9th
15/16: 16th

Championship
14/15: 1st
13/14: 10th

League One
12/13: 2nd

 

Burnley
Championship
12/13: 16th
11/12: 13th
10/11: 8th

 

Bournemouth
League One
10/11: 6th

League Two
09/10: 2nd
08/09: 21st

 

Age at managerial debuts
Premier League: 37 years, 8 months, 10 days
Championship: 33 years, 1 months, 24 days
League One: 32 years, 8 months, 9 days
League Two: 31 years, 1 months, 5 days

Eddie Howe as Burnley manager.
Domestic cup record

FA Cup

Bournemouth
19/20: 4th rd
18/19: 3rd rd
17/18: 3rd rd
16/17: 3rd rd
15/16: 5th rd
14/15: 4th rd
13/14: 4th rd
12/13: 3rd rd

Burnley
11/12: 3rd rd
10/11: 5th rd

Bournemouth
10/11: 2nd rd
09/10: 2nd rd

 

League Cup

Bournemouth
19/20: 3rd rd
18/19: Quarter-finals
17/18: Quarter-finals
16/17: 3rd rd
15/16: 4th rd
14/15: Quarter-finals
13/14: 2nd rd

Burnley
12/13: 3rd rd
11/12: 4th rd

Bournemouth
10/11: 1st rd
09/10: 1st rd

 


PL clubs ranked on how many days since their last major trophy…


 

Five biggest victories
Championship, Oct 25, 2014: Birmingham 0-8 Bournemouth
Championship, Dec 20, 2014: Blackpool 1-6 Bournemouth
Premier League, Oct 15, 2016: Bournemouth 6-1 Hull
Championship, Mar 1, 2014: Bournemouth 5-0 Doncaster
Premier League, Apr 13, 2019: Brighton 0-5 Bournemouth

 

Five biggest defeats
Championship, Aug 10, 2013: Watford 6-1 Bournemouth
Premier League, Dec 26, 2018: Tottenham 5-0 Bournemouth
League Two, Dec 12, 2009: Morecambe 5-0 Bournemouth
Premier League, Oct 17, 2015: Manchester City 5-1 Bournemouth
Championship, Aug 24, 2013: Huddersfield 5-1 Bournemouth

 

Opponents beaten most often by Howe

Brighton
P16 W9 D4 L3

Burton Albion
P6 W5 D0 L1

Portsmouth
P7 W5 D1 L1

Swansea
P7 W5 D2 L0

Doncaster Rovers
P7 W5 D0 L2

 

Opponents to inflict most defeats on Howe

Liverpool
P13 W1 D1 L11

Manchester City
P10 W0 D0 L10

Arsenal
P11 W1 D2 L8

Tottenham
P10 W1 D2 L7

Manchester United
P10 W2 D1 L7

 

Record against current Premier League managers

Sean Dyche
P12 W2 D3 L7 PPG: 0.75

Jurgen Klopp
P10 W1 D1 L8 PPG: 0.40

Pep Guardiola
P8 W0 D0 L8 PPG: 0.00

Brendan Rodgers
P7 W2 D0 L5 PPG: 0.86

David Moyes
P5 W1 D2 L2 PPG: 1.00

Antonio Conte
P5 W1 D0 L4 PPG: 0.60

Rafael Benítez
P4 W1 D2 L1 PPG: 1.25

Dean Smith
P3 W2 D0 L1 PPG: 2.00

Claudio Ranieri
P3 W1 D2 L0 PPG: 1.67

Ralph Hasenhuttl
P3 W1 D1 L1 PPG: 1.33

Daniel Farke
P3 W1 D1 L1 PPG: 1.33

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
P3 W1 D0 L2 PPG: 1.00

 

Most expensive purchases
All in second spell as Bournemouth manager
1) Jefferson Lerma (Levante, £25.2m)
2) Nathan Ake (Chelsea, £20.52m)
3) Dominic Solanke (Liverpool, £19.08m)
4) Jordon Ibe (Liverpool, £16.2m)
5) Philip Billing (Huddersfield, £14.85m)
6) Arnaut Danjuma (Club Brugge, £14.81m)
7) Diego Rico (Leganés, £13.5m)
8) Lloyd Kelly (Bristol City, £13.32m)
9) Chris Mepham (Brentford, £12.24m)
10) Benik Afobe (Wolves, £11.97m)

 

Most-used players
1) Steve Cook (302 appearances)
2) Simon Francis (283 appearances)
3) Charlie Daniels (233 appearances)
4) Marc Pugh (232 appearances)
5) Adam Smith (214 appearances)
6) Ryan Fraser (208 appearances)
7) Harry Arter (201 appearances)
8) Andrew Surman (198 appearances)
9) Callum Wilson (187 appearances)
10) Brett Pitman (178 appearances)

 

Youngest debutants
1) Matt Worthington (19 years, 5 months, 3 days)
2) Lewis Cook (19 years, 6 months, 11 days)
3) Mark Travers (19 years, 11 months, 16 days)
4) Sam Surridge (20 years, 6 months, 30 days)
5) Lys Mousset (20 years, 8 months, 28 days)
6) David Brooks (21 years, 1 month, 3 days)
7) Chris Mepham (21 years, 2 months, 25 days)
8) Aaron Ramsdale (21 years, 2 months, 27 days)
9) Jack Simpson (21 years, 5 days)
10) Baily Cargill (21 years, 7 months, 27 days)

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