These are the current foreign managers in the premiership. This means they are from outside the UK. Arsene Wenger (French) of Arsenal
Martin Jol (Dutch) of Tottenham
Rafa Benitez (Spanish) of Liverpool
Sven Goran Erikkson (Swedish) of Manchester City
Jose Mourinho (Portugese) of Chelsea
7 foreign mangers for the 2010/2011 season.
Carlo Ancelotti: Chelsea
Roberto Mancini: Manchester City
Roberto Di Matteo: West Bromwich Albion
Arsene Wenger: Arsenal
Gerard Houllier: Aston Villa
Roberto Martines: Wigan Athletic
Avram Grant: West Ham United
The rest are English(5), Scottish(4), Welsh(2) and from Northern Ireland(2)
Paul Ince and I'm sure more will be added but I can't think of any.
Osvaldo Ardiles managed Tottenham Hotspurs at the start of the second ever Premier League season in 1992/93, to be the first non-British EPL manager.
There has never been an American manager in the Premier League.
Alan Shearer became manager of Newcastle United for the last eight games of the 2008-09 Premier League season, while permanent manager Joe Kinnear was recovering from heart surgery. He has not held a permanent managerial slot since.
The current list (as in currently in the Premier League) is Steve Bruce, Mark Hughes, Paul Ince and Roy Keane. Steve Coppell also led Reading in the Premier League last season. I'm sure there are others but they don't come to mind yet...
Brian Clough's final season of professional football management, the 1992-93 season, was spent with Norwich City in the inaugural season of the FA Premier League.
bellends, why do all of you freaks answer all the hard questions and cant answer these!
Yes it did have the power to manage foreign affairs.......
You can manage fleet through a fleet manager.
A manager manage and aleader lead
they manage the holtel how they manage about HR in the hotel?
Yogi Berra was the manager of the 1964 Yankees (won American League pennant) and the 1984 - 1985 Yankees. Yogi also managed for the New York Mets from 1972 -1975 (won National League pennant in 1973).