We’re back with another edition of The Gaffer Gallery, a collection of images featuring the Premier League’s elite cadre of men who stalk the sidelines for the famous brands—er clubs—of that disgustingly rich competition.
Last time we checked in with the gang—Jose, Pep, Arsene, and Mauricio (known to their friends as Jo Jo, Pepito, Arsey and Mo)—Jose and Pep were clashing in a battle for control of the universe, while Arsene and Mauricio were leading their teams to victories against overmatched opposition. This week, Pep, Arsene, and Mauricio all took care of business, but what about Jose? What will the photos reveal about The Special One’s attempt to get United back—oh.
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"Time to take Watford apart," Jose whispered into a watch that is not a communication device of any kind.
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A gentlemanly handshake before the game is Jose's only source of joy these days. He really likes a good handshake.
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Arsene Wenger scurries away from an illicit bus parking, something he is quick to criticize other managers for. Tsk, tsk.
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Wenger is an angular gentleman and also enjoys a proper pregame shaking of hands.
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Pep Guardiola is a real "hands-on" manager at Man City. Get it? Sorry...sorry.
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Whenever City scores, Pep fire his fingers guns and says "pew pew."
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Sure, Antonio Conte looks better, but Jurgen Klopp's just a pair of fuzzy slippers away from being the most comfortable manager in the Prem.
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No, Jurgen. We didn't know Jordan Henderson could do that either.
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[Said through clenched teeth] "Sure, David. I still totally respect you after that whole Spanish debacle."
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Mauricio Pochettino tries to work out why the England national team is such a giant bag of failure.