YouTuber Predicts Who Every Premier League Manager Will Be In Charge Of In 2030
A YouTuber has had a stab at predicting every Premier League manager's job in 2030.
The last decade in football proves that a whole lot can happen in 10 years and The Irish Guy, presenting for HITC Sport, has had some fun guessing the whereabouts of the 20 managers currently in charge of top-flight sides.
Jurgen Klopp, on course to win Liverpool's first league title for 30 years in record-breaking fashion, will be managing the mighty Real Madrid if this prediction is anything to go by, while Pep Guardiola is tipped for a second spell in charge of his beloved Barcelona.
Jose Mourinho, meanwhile, is poised to move into international management with the Portugal national team. There's also strange paths predicted for both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard, with Celtic and Inter Miami the respective choices.
Brendan Rodgers will manage Ajax as per this crystal ball, with Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhüttl getting the Bayern Munich job on an interim basis ten years down the line.
Nuno Espirito Santo is very much a manager many are expecting to take a bigger job in the coming years and the prediction here is that he will be in the Paris Saint-Germain dug-out by 2030.
Elsewhere, David Moyes and Nigel Pearson are predicted to wind down with moves to Qatar and India respectively, with Steve Bruce managing Hebei China Fortune in the Chinese Super League.
The likes of Sean Dyche, Eddie Howe, Chris Wilder and Dean Smith are forecasted to drop down - with teams such as Millwall, Charlton, Blackburn and Walsall mentioned.
Mikel Arteta will be in charge of Barcelona's B side if these predictions are indeed accurate, Carlo Ancelotti will be back for a second stint in charge of Parma whilst 82-year old Roy Hodgson rests up at home.
The Irish Guy's predictions in full:
Mikel Arteta: Barcelona B manager
Dean Smith: Walsall manager
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Eddie Howe: Charlton manager
Graham Potter: Reading manager
Sean Dyche: Millwall manager
Frank Lampard: Inter Miami manager
Roy Hodgson: Retired
Carlo Ancelotti: Parma manager
Brendan Rodgers: Ajax manager
Jurgen Klopp: Real Madrid manager
Pep Guardiola: Barcelona manager
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: Celtic manager
Steve Bruce: Hebei China Fortune manager
Daniel Farke: Not managing
Chris Wilder: Blackburn Rovers manager
Ralph Hasenhüttl: Bayern Munich interim manager
Jose Mourinho: Portugal manager
Nigel Pearson: Mumbai City manager
David Moyes: Al-Rayyan manager
Nuno Espirito Santo: Paris Saint-Germain manager
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