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Fan Produces Incredible Thread On How Premier League Managers Would Do On The Chase

Fan Produces Incredible Thread On How Premier League Managers Would Do On The Chase

Pep Guardiola, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Brendan Rodgers on The Chase needs to happen.

How would Premier League managers fare if they were on The Chase? To our knowledge, none of the current coaches in the English top flight have appeared on the teatime ITV quiz show.

But that's all good because a fan on Twitter has used his imagination to put together a sensational Twitter thread on how they would get on.

Twitter user @ZG1999_ produced absolute gold and saw his masterpiece go viral as a result. He looked at 14 different managers in total and the level of detail he went into was simply incredible.

And some of the points made are unbelievably accurate. The thread starts Pep Guardiola telling his team they are "so, so good" but ultimately overthinking and getting caught.

Then we have Daniel Farke of Norwich having an absolute stinker, Jurgen Klopp providing banter and fist pumps aplenty as well as giggling hysterically with host Bradley Walsh and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer smiling even in defeat.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The sentence about Graham Potter taking the middle offer as “it’s £12,000 more than I came in with” is an absolute gem.

Aston Villa boss Dean Smith uttering “it’s a complete guess Brad" for every question feels like something that would definitely happen, while we could absolutely see Thomas Tuchel winning the 'Final Chase' on just 12 steps thanks to his pop questions knowledge.

Just reading the thread makes us really want a Premier League celebrity special of The Chase.

Sir Alex Ferguson, the most successful manager in the history of the Premier League, once appeared Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' alongside TV presenter and United fan Eamonn Holmes.

The Scotsman was doing well until the £64,000 question came around.

In the end Ferguson and Holmes had to settle for £32,000 but appeared on the show again in 2013, this time raising £50,000 for the Manchester United foundation.

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Topics: Premier League, Pep Guardiola, Thomas Tuchel