After 300 Premier League games Pep Guardiola’s status in English football history is secure

Pep Guardiola’s status as one of the greatest managers in Premier League history is secured after he managed his 300th Premier League game yesterday. Manchester City beat Nottingham Forest 2-nil at the City Ground, and the statistics following City’s important win show just how dominant Manchester City has been with Guardiola in charge.

Yesterday, Pep Guardiola became the 19th manager in Premier League history to manage 300 games in the Premier League. He also became only the fifth manager to manage 300 games at one club. Guardiola joined Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes, Jurgen Klopp, and Arsene Wenger in the exclusive club. But what cements Pep Guardiola’s status as one of the greatest managers in Premier League history is the volume of success he has achieved during his time at Manchester City.

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Across 300 Premier League Guardiola has overseen 221 wins. It is a staggering win percentage for the Manchester City manager. This consistency has formed the basis of Manchester City’s unparalleled success during Guardiola’s reign. He has guided his team to 5 Premier League titles during his spell at the club. His team’s consistency has formed the backbone of his team’s success.

The debate as to who the greatest manager in Premier League history is always subjective. Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, and Jose Mourinho are often regarded as three of the greatest managers in Premier League history. Pep Guardiola has a seat at their table and possibly at the head of the table. He has led Manchester City to an unparalleled era of success with the promise of more to come.

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