Named the worst coach of the English Premier League

British The Mirror ranked the worst coaches in the history of the English Premier League. The list is available on the media’s website.

The Mirror journalists consider the Dutch specialist Frank de Boer to be the worst coach. In the Premier League, the specialist-led Crystal Palace in 2017. The Dutchman was fired after five matches of the team. Under his leadership, the Palace won only one victory amid four defeats.

“The Palace wanted de Boer, who led Ajax six times to the championship in Holland, but got de Boer, who lasted only 85 days at Inter,” the article says.

Frenchman Jacques Santini takes the second line of the rating. He was appointed Tottenham Hotspur coach after Euro 2004 and resigned after 13 matches.

Bob Bradley became the first US specialist to run the Premier League club. The coach lasted 85 days in the office. He led the Swansea.

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