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Youngest managers to win the Premier League

Mikel Arteta could make history in the coming months.

Mikel Arteta took over Arsenal at a time when they were in need of a serious rebuild.

The Gunners had been floundering under Unai Emery and even in the latter stages of Arsene Wenger’s reign, it became clear the north Londoners were no longer the force they once were.

Arteta took over Arsenal on December 22, 2019. During his first season at the club, he was able to guide Arsenal to yet another FA Cup.

However, they still finished 8th in the league that season, whilst doing so again in 2020/21.

2021/22 then saw Arsenal narrowly miss out on the top-four to London rivals, Tottenham. As a result, they expectation for the current campaign was Arsenal would finally secure a spot back in the Champions League.

However, with 10 games left to play, Arsenal are on course to lift the title for the first time in nearly 20 years.

The Spaniard turned 41 on March 26, meaning he will become the youngest manager in history to win the Premier League if his side can get it done in the coming months.

For now, though, here are the youngest managers to actually claim England’s biggest prize:

5. Antonio Conte (47) (2016/17 w/Chelsea)

4. Roberto Mancini(47) (2011/12 w/Manchester City)

3. Pep Guardiola (47) (2017/18 w/Manchester City)

2. Kenny Dalglish (44) (1994/95 w/Blackburn Rovers)

1. Jose Mourinho (42) 2004/05 w/Chelsea)

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Josh Barker

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