Which Current Premier League Manager Are You Based On How You Handle These Football Manager Themed Scenarios?

Play through this questionnaire of typical FM plot lines to find out which Premier League boss you are.

Dan Murphy
Created by Dan Murphy
On May 26, 2017

You're welcomed to the club with a transfer budget of £10K and the board expect a mid-table finish, do you

Do you take control of your reserve / B team?

It’s your first post-match press conference and a reporter repeatedly asks you who you think will win the World Player of the Year award, even though you manage Ebbsfleet Town, do you...

Your star player has been attracting interest from several clubs, he then turns up late to training one morning. How do you react?

You're one-nil up with five minutes to go. How do you alter your tactics to make sure you get the win?

It’s approaching summer transfer time, what steps do you take to make sure you have a good window?

Do you ever send your assistant to do a press conference?

Which stats are your eyes drawn to first when viewing a player?

Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp

Yourr managerial style is similar to Liverpool's German boss. Personable and charismatic, you are loved by your players and by the media but that doesn't mean it is wise to cross you, as certain players have found out in the past. In addition, you are shrewd in the transfer market, unfazed by star names and more concerned with squad harmony.

Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger

Just like Arsenal's long-serving gaffer, you are set in your puristic ideology of how football should be played - others may call that stubborn and deluded but you don't listen to others. Possessing a good eye for a player you often uncover hidden gems on the cheap which you sell on for a huge profit.

Tony Pulis

Tony Pulis

Your approach is traditional like West Brom's tracksuited coach. Your success is built upon solid, almost impenetrable foundations at the back - some may compare you to an army sergeant the way you drill your team. You like strong, physical players who can intimidate the opposition and perform at a 7 out of 10 level week in, week out.

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola

Innovative, forward-thinking and easy on the eye just like Man City's new boss - but would you be able to work with limited resources? You are an expert at conducting the cream of world attacking talent to perform as one unified orchestra, which does occasionally leave gaping holes at the back. You treat your players like your sons, when they're finding it tough, you do all you can to protect them.

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho

You are a born leader with huge belief in your own ability, matched only by the Manchester United boss himself. You like to assemble a squad of bonafide winners to create a hungry, driven atmosphere around the club. Your only flaw is that your emotions sometimes get the better of you, leaving a trail of frayed relationships and burned bridges with anyone who was unlucky enough to be caught in your crossfire.