Manchester City Boss Pep Guardiola Named The Best Manager In The World
Pep Guardiola has been voted the best manager in the world by a thumping landslide.
SPORTbible posted a readers' poll on Twitter asking fans to vote between the Manchester City boss, Jurgen Klopp, Zinedine Zidane and Erik ten Hag.
And Guardiola, 48, took home the lion's share of the vote after receiving 62 per cent of the votes cast.
Liverpool boss Klopp, 52, finished in second place with 27 per cent of the vote and Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag, 49, came third with eight per cent of the vote.
Madrid manager Zidane, who won three consecutive Champions League titles with Los Blancos, came a distant fourth with only two per cent of the vote.
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Guardiola started his managerial career with Barcelona B before he was promoted to the first-team boss in 2008.
The ex-Barcelona manager enjoyed a trophy-laden career at the Spanish club as his side lifted La Liga three times, won two Copa del Reys, three Spanish Super Cups, two Champions Leagues, two Super Cups and two Club World Cups.
The Spaniard left Barcelona in 2012 and became Bayern Munich boss in 2013.
And the former Barcelona star enjoyed domestic success in Germany as his side won three consecutive Bundesliga titles.
Guardiola left Bayern Munich in 2016 to become City manager and has continued his dominance over domestic football in England.
While the ex-Bayern Munich head coach ended his first season in charge at City without winning a single trophy -- the first time in a season as a manager -- he would bounce back in the following campaign.
City amassed an incredible record-breaking total of points (100) as they lifted the Premier League title.
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