Quiz! Can you name the 68 managers who’ve taken charge of 100 Premier League games?
Any score above 50 is very impressive, so let us know your score @FourFourTwo – we’ll retweet the best efforts – and please challenges some friends too.
Now, 12 minutes are on the clock, every manager’s Premier League clubs and current game total is below. Good luck!
*currently managing in the Premier League and adding to this total
Crystal Palace's meeting with Chelsea marked the 300th time Roy Hodgson has been in the dugout for a Premier League game, 22 years after getting off the mark when his Blackburn Rovers side beat Derby County thanks to a Kevin Gallacher winner.
Reaching 300 Premier League games is no easy feat given the turnover at the top, and even a century of games is a tall order when we see clubs changing managers with the regularity that most people change underpants. Well, if you change underpants about every six months, which actually probably isn’t ideal.
72-year-old Hodgson is some way from topping this list, with the two men at the summit having taken charge of over 800 Premier League games, but some of the younger managers here might have their sights set on reaching the podium.
We’d be pretty worried if you can’t get either of that pair, but this is still a tough quiz.
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