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2016-2017 Premier League managers style ranked from best to worst

When you're a football manager you need to wear something that demands respect, like a sharp suit or devastatingly psychotic glare. But sadly some guys think it's alright to wear neon trainers and thrust their crotches in awful trackies (please see Jürgen Klopp for a good laugh).

So with the Premier League about to kick off in a few days time, we thought we should look at the managers who mean business with their outfits and the ones that obviously got dressed in a dark cave. 

Note: with Hull still managerless, there are only 19 gaffers.

Sean Dyche - Burnley

Sean Dyche - Burnley

In three words: Carphone Warehouse salesman

Tony Pulis - West Brom

Tony Pulis - West Brom

In three words: Sunday league ultra

Slaven Bilić

Slaven Bilić

In three words: Netflix and chilly

Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp

In three words: The Silver Surfer

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes

In three words: George of Asda

Eddie Howe

Eddie Howe

In three words: New PE teacher

Francesco Guidolin

Francesco Guidolin

In three words: Stormzy meets Swansea

Walter Mazzarri

Walter Mazzarri

In three words: Classic Sergio Georgini

Claude Puel

Claude Puel

In three words: Casual Superdry grandad

David Moyes

David Moyes

In three words: Father of bride

Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew

In three words: Lairy best man

Aitor Karanka

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Aitor Karanka

In three words: Big brother's suit

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola

In three words: Zara clearance sale

Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino

In three words: Argentina's head boy

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho

In three words: Formal kit wanker

Claudio Ranieri

Claudio Ranieri

In three words: Move over, Styles

Ronald Koeman

Ronald Koeman

In three words: Strong button game

Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte

In three words: Perfection in mahogany

Arsene Wenger

In three words: Va va voom