How many trophies has each of the Premier League managers won?

A list of the trophy wins for each of the 2017/18 PL bosses has been put together.

At the top you have someone with 25 trophies, whilst eight clubs don’t have anybody in charge with any silverware to their name.

So where does Rafa Benitez fit into this list of winners?

The list has been compiled by The Star and they have taken into account all senior trophies, including more minor ones such as the Community Shield and the foreign equivalents, plus titles for lower tiers such as the Championship and League One.

Number of trophies won by all Premier League Managers currently in the top tier:

0 – Slaven Bilic (West Ham)

0 – Mark Hughes (Stoke)

0 – Tony Pulis (West Brom)

0 – Crystal Palace yet to replace Sam Allardyce

0 – Paul Clement (Swansea)

0 – Craig Shakespeare (Leicester)

0 – David Wagner (Huddersfield)

0 – Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham)

1 – Sean Dyche (Burnley)

1 – Eddie Howe (Bournemouth)

1 – Chris Hughton (Brighton)

2 – Claude Puel (Southampton)

3 – Marco Silva (Watford)

5 – Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)

7 – Antonio Conte (Chelsea)

8 – Ronald Koeman (Everton)

13 – Rafa Benitez (Newcastle United)

20 – Arsene Wenger (Arsenal)

22 – Pep Guardiola (Man City)

25 – Jose Mourinho (Man Utd)

As you can see, Rafa Benitez is fourth top, with his 13th trophy being the Championship title with Newcastle United.

It goes without saying that if his total increases to 14 (or more…) before Rafa exits St James Park, there will be an awful lot of happy people on Tyneside and beyond.

  • Mrkgw

    Shows just what a great Manager that we have at our club. Long may that last.

  • Leazes Ender

    I can’t see that number changing anytime soon.

  • Geordiegiants

    As much as we are moving forward, I can’t see us winning any trophies soon. All of the big clubs go for our 3 domestic trophies, and they all play weakened teams to start out, but still mange to get to the final.

    • I beg to differ. With a good manager along with a competitive squad backed by funds for good players I think we can definitely get some silverware in the next 2-3 years if Rafa is given a proper run. First priority however is simply getting 40 points to make sure we avoid relegation and then see what we can build on from there. The sooner we get them the better the chances for silverware will be.

      • Leazes Ender

        Very funny bordering hilarious….

    • glassjawsh-got-banned

      Wigan disagrees

      • Geordiegiants

        There is always the odd upset granted, but they are few and far between these days.

  • 1957

    I’ll settle for Benitez consolidating and establishing us in the top half of the table over the next 2 to 3 years.