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The Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best adjudged Premier League manager each month of the season. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor, and announced alongside the Player of the Month on the first or second Friday of the following month. It has been called the Carling Premiership Manager of the Month (1994–2001) and the Barclaycard Premiership Manager of the Month (2001–2004); it is currently known as the Barclays Manager of the Month.

The Premier League was formed in 1992, when the members of the First Division resigned from The Football League. These clubs set up a new commercially independent league that negotiated its own broadcast and sponsor agreements. The inaugural season had no sponsor until Carling agreed to a four-year deal for £12 million that started the following season. Carling introduced new Manager of the Month and Manager of the Year awards for the 1993–94 season, supplementing the existing Football Writers' Association and Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year awards. The first Manager of the Month was awarded to Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson for his achievements in August 1993. The following season, Carling introduced a Player of the Month award, which is presented alongside the Manager of the Month award.

Ferguson has been Manager of the Month the most times with a record twenty-four awards. Harry Redknapp has had five spells managing Premier League football clubs (West Ham United, Portsmouth, Southampton, Portsmouth again, and Tottenham Hotspur), winning a Manager of the Month award in each of those spells. Three other managers have won an award with two clubs: Martin O'Neill with Leicester City and Aston Villa, Stuart Pearce with Nottingham Forest and Manchester City, and Gordon Strachan with Coventry City and Southampton. Eight managers have won awards in consecutive months: Joe Kinnear, Kevin Keegan, Roy Evans, Ferguson, Arsène Wenger, David O'Leary, Paul Jewell, and Rafael Benítez. Stuart Pearce also won consecutive awards; one at the end of the 2004–2005 season, and the other at the start of the 2005–2006 season. The award has been shared on one occasion, in March 2002, when Liverpool manager Gérard Houllier was jointly awarded Manager of the Month with caretaker manager Phil Thompson, who had deputised while Houllier was absent for medical reasons. , the most recent recipient of the award is Fulham manager Roy Hodgson.

List of winners

1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–2000

2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10


Key
Award was shared with another manager






Month Year Nationality Manager Team Ref
1993.5 1993 Manchester United
1993.61993 Wimbledon
1993.71993 Norwich City
1993.81993 Newcastle United
1993.91993 Sheffield Wednesday
1994.11994 Blackburn Roversmarker
1994.21994 Oldham Athletic
1994.31994 Wimbledon
1994.41994 Wimbledon
1994.5 1994 Newcastle United
1994.61994 Nottingham Forest
1994.71994 Manchester United
1994.81994 Blackburn Roversmarker
1994.91994 Queens Park Rangers
1995.11995 Aston Villa
1995.21995 Newcastle United
1995.31995 Coventry City
1995.41995 Leeds United
1995.5 1995 Newcastle United
1995.61995 Newcastle United
1995.71995 Nottingham Forest
1995.81995 Manchester City
1995.91995 Liverpool
1996.11996 Liverpool
1996.21996 Manchester United
1996.31996 Manchester United
1996.41996 Southampton
1996.5 1996 Sheffield Wednesday
1996.61996 Wimbledon
1996.71996 Southampton
1996.81996 Derby County
1996.91996 Coventry City
1997.11997 Nottingham Forest
1997.21997 Manchester United
1997.31997 Middlesbrough
1997.41997 Southampton
1997.5 1997 Blackburn Roversmarker
1997.61997 Leicester City
1997.71997 Manchester United
1997.81997 Leeds United
1997.91997 Blackburn Roversmarker
1998.11998 Everton
1998.21998 Coventry City
1998.31998 Arsenal
1998.41998 Arsenal
1998.5 1998 Charlton Athletic
1998.61998 Aston Villa
1998.71998 Leicester City
1998.81998 West Ham United
1998.91998 Blackburn Roversmarker
1999.11999 Manchester United
1999.21999 Charlton Athletic
1999.31999 Leeds United
1999.41999 Manchester United
1999.5 1999 Manchester United
1999.61999 Everton
1999.71999 Sunderland
1999.81999 Leicester City
1999.91999 Liverpool
2000.12000 Sheffield Wednesday
2000.22000 Newcastle United
2000.32000 Manchester United
2000.42000 Manchester United
2000.5 2000 Newcastle United
2000.62000 Leicester City
2000.72000 Arsenal
2000.82000 Ipswich Town
2000.92000 Sunderland
2001.12001 Middlesbrough
2001.22001 Manchester United
2001.32001 Leeds United
2001.42001 Leeds United
2001.5 2001 Bolton Wanderers
2001.62001 Aston Villa
2001.72001 Tottenham Hotspur
2001.82001 Liverpool
2001.92001 Newcastle United
2002.12002 Southampton
2002.22002 Newcastle United
2002.32002 Liverpool
2002.32002 Liverpool
2002.42002 Arsenal
2002.5 2002 Tottenham Hotspur
2002.62002 Arsenal
2002.72002 Liverpool
2002.82002 Everton
2002.92002 Southampton
2003.12003 Newcastle United
2003.22003 Charlton Athletic
2003.32003 West Ham United
2003.42003 Manchester United
2003.5 2003 Arsenal
2003.62003 Chelsea
2003.72003 Newcastle United
2003.82003 Bolton Wanderers
2003.92003 Manchester United
2004.12004 Bolton Wanderers
2004.22004 Arsenal
2004.32004 Chelsea
2004.42004 Portsmouth
2004.5 2004 Arsenal
2004.62004 Everton
2004.72004 Portsmouth
2004.82004 Chelsea
2004.92004 Tottenham Hotspur
2005.12005 Chelsea
2005.22005 Manchester United
2005.32005 Southampton
2005.42005 Manchester City
2005.5 2005 Manchester City
2005.62005 Wigan Athletic
2005.72005 Wigan Athletic
2005.82005 Liverpool
2005.92005 Liverpool
2006.12006 Everton
2006.22006 West Ham United
2006.32006 Manchester United
2006.42006 Portsmouth
2006.5 2006 Manchester United
2006.62006 Reading
2006.72006 Manchester United
2006.82006 Reading
2006.92006 Bolton Wanderers
2007.12007 Liverpool
2007.22007 Manchester United
2007.32007 Chelsea
2007.42007 Aston Villa
2007.5 2007 Manchester City
2007.62007 Arsenal
2007.72007 Blackburn Roversmarker
2007.82007 Aston Villa
2007.92007 Arsenal
2008.12008 Manchester United
2008.22008 Everton
2008.32008 Manchester United
2008.42008 Chelsea
2008.5 2008 Middlesbrough
2008.62008 Hull City
2008.72008 Liverpool
2008.82008 Bolton Wanderers
2008.92008 Aston Villa
2009.12009 Manchester United
2009.22009 Everton
2009.32009 Liverpool
2009.42009 Manchester United
2009.5 2009 Tottenham Hotspur
2009.62009 Manchester United
2009.72009 Fulham


Multiple winners

The below table lists all the people that have won on more that one occasion.

  *   Indicates current Premier League manager

Rank Player Wins
1st Alex Ferguson* 24
2nd Arsène Wenger* 10
3rd Martin O'Neill* 6
Bobby Robson
Harry Redknapp*
6th Rafael Benítez* 5
Kevin Keegan
David Moyes*
9th Sam Allardyce* 4
Joe Kinnear
Gordon Strachan
12th Alan Curbishley 3
Roy Hodgson*
Gérard Houllier
José Mourinho
David O'Leary
Stuart Pearce
18th Frank Clark 2
Steve Coppell
Kenny Dalglish
Roy Evans
John Gregory
Glenn Hoddle
Paul Jewell
Claudio Ranieri
Peter Reid
Graeme Souness
Phil Thompson


Awards won by nationality

As of 7 November 2009

Country Wins


Awards won by club

As of 7 November 2009

Club Wins
Manchester United 24
Liverpool 12
Newcastle United 11
Arsenal 10
Everton 7
Aston Villa 6
Blackburn Roversmarker 6
Chelsea 6
Southampton 6
Bolton Wanderers 5
Leeds United 5
Leicester City 4
Manchester City 4
Tottenham Hotspur 4
Wimbledon 4
Charlton Athletic 3
Coventry City 3
Middlesbrough 3
Nottingham Forest 3
Portsmouth 3
Sheffield Wednesday 3
West Ham United 3
Reading 2
Sunderland 2
Wigan Athletic 2
Derby County 1
Fulham 1
Hull City 1
Ipswich Town 1
Norwich City 1
Oldham Athletic 1
Queens Park Rangers 1


Footnotes

  1. Each year in the table is linked to the article about the corresponding football season.


References

General
Specific


  1. Each year in the table is linked to the article about the corresponding football season.



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