Fan Puts Together Incredible Twitter Thread Of Premier League Managers As School Teachers
A fan has created a superb thread imagining what every Premier League manager would be like as a school teacher.
With such a wonderful mix of personalities amongst the twenty coaches in England's top tier, former teacher Sam Hall used his creativity to give an overview of what they would be like if you had them in the classroom instead of the dugout.
The result was just brilliant. The thread has well and truly gone viral, with over 15,00 retweets and 46,000 likes on the original tweets. What's more, it's unbelievably accurate.
For starters, you just know Burnley boss Sean Dyche would scare the teachers as well as the students, while Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola refusing to teach anything but the top sets is a very good reference to the point many make about having the best players at his disposal.
Roy Hodgson was actually a teacher back in the day and the point that "should probably have stopped teaching ten years ago" might just be true given he's older than the Santiago Bernabeu.
Hilariously, Steve Bruce is teaching geography nine times a week even though he's a PE teacher by trade and Frank Lampard is a former head boy turned teacher who thinks he's best mates with the pupils. We all know the kind.
Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, is the headteacher that turned the school around and while loved by everyone, "can get wild at the Christmas bash". Spo on.
Other favourites include "professor" Marcelo Bielsa not really liking kids but loving maths, Mikel Arteta being the master of parents evenings, Chris Wilder being a 10/10 bloke and "the beating heart of the school" and Graham Potter carrying an underrated role as head of IT.
For reasons unclear, "bit of a dodgy character" Sam Allardyce is also included in the thread to top it all.
Check out all the goodness here:
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