Guardiola once again named best trainer in Premier League. Josep Guardiola was named best trainer in the Premier League on Tuesday for the second time in a row.
The Spanish coach from Manchester City received the most votes from the audience and a panel of experts.
“It is an honour to receive this prize,” Guardiola said in a video message.
“I want to share this prize with my players because they are the artists and with my staff because we have fought a lot against all managers in the Premier League.”
Guardiola led City again to the English league title last season.
The ‘Citizens’ proved themselves last Sunday during the final round of the championship and kept Liverpool only one point behind.
In the preference, 48-year-old coach Jürgen Klopp (Liverpool),
Nuno Espirito Santo (Wolverhampton Wanderers) and Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur) beat the game.
Klopp led Liverpool to second place last season, Nuno ended nicely in seventh place with the ‘Wolves’ and Pochettino finished fourth with Tottenham.
With his second prize in a row, Guardiola follows in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson and José Mourinho.
They are the only other two trainers who were twice named the best coach of the season in the Premier League.