Who is your Manager of the Season so far?

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Updated: March 24, 2017

There are only ten games left for a majority of the sides in the Premier League as we head into the final international break before the final showdown in Europe’s most exciting league.

We take a look at which managers have left a lasting impression on their team’s season.

Antonio Conte – Chelsea

After last season’s dismal campaign, the blues were seen as rank outsiders to be in the hunt for this year’s Premier League title.

However, those of you that took advice from sites like footballbet.tips and stuck a few notes on the boys in Blue to win a fifth Premier League title will be sitting pretty thanks to Antonio Conte’s switch in formation.

After arriving in the capital fresh from guiding Italy to the Quarter Finals of Euro 2016. Conte has transformed Chelsea from the over paid under achievers from last year to runaway leaders this year.

Switching to a 3-4-3 formation early in the season has since revitalised Chelsea and the re-signing of former player David Luiz proving inspirational.

Ten points is the gap Chelsea enjoy at the top, with the title all but assured in Conte’s first season in charge.

Tony Pulis – West Bromwich Albion

Say what you like about Tony Pulis (and many do) but the former Stoke City and Crystal Palace manager has guided the baggies away from a relegation fight and into mid table security with nine games to go.

The Welshman may have a reputation for garnering solid results on a tight budget but to sacrifice of free-flowing football but that reputation may be a little unfair.

Two more wins and Pulis will have achieved his highest ever points tally in the Premier League and with a side many ear-marked to struggle.

An impressive 3-1 victory over Arsenal last time out leaves the Baggies in eighth place in the league and almost assured of a top ten finish.

Sean Dyche – Burnley

Many people may forget that Burnley are even in the Premier League this season but that is no bad thing.

Gruff talking Sean Dyche is going about his business to establish Burnley as top flight regulars and has done a sterling job in his second crack at the Premier League whip.

Sat thirteenth in the league, Burnley are not quite safe just yet but do however sit eight points clear of the drop zone.

With one of the best home records in the league, Dyche deserves praise and it is hard to see them plummeting down the league now.

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