PL Manager and Player of the month for October

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  1. domalino

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    https://www.premierleague.com/news/506322

    Sean Dyche (BUR) W2 D1 L1

    Pep Guardiola (MCI) W3 D0 L0

    Mauricio Pochettino (TOT) W2 D0 L1

    Arsene Wenger (ARS) W3 D0 L1




    Guardiola has a 100% record, averaged 4 goals a game, set new records for best Premier League start, extended an unbeaten record in the league to 18, including the current 8 consecutive wins.



    So Dyche will get it probably.
     
  2. Fred_Quimby

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    No way. This nailed on to Poch. Champions of Europe you know.
     
  3. SilverFox2

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    I suupose the result depends on the weight of the Panel who ''combine'' with the public vote.
    Not sure what the panal vote means in terms of the result.

    Either way seems risky if anyone bets on Pep.
     
  4. manimanc

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    Aye the second part of the Tottenham love in. Not many teams will get the credit of beating a below par Real Madrid who are 8 pts off top spot and have only won twice in the last 5 games.
    The Harry Kane team deserve it.
     
  5. uwe rosler 28

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    Pep manger of month
    Kdb player of month
    Maureen twat of month
     
  6. uwe rosler 28

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    Any team that loses to the rags deserve nothing
     
  7. ninjamonkey

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    Pep won't get it, the quality off the opposition we've faced in October hasn't been great. Poch can't get it after picking the team he picked to play United. Dyche will probably get it and you can't argue with that
     
  8. vmsuhail

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    European performances do not count.
     
  9. crazyg

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    But they will do in this instance.
     
  10. MarsLlama

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    Has to be Pep IMO.
    Poch lost to an average United after scraping past Bournemouth at home and thrashing a dreadful Liverpool. So he's surely out of the running.
    Wenger's Arsenal were beaten by Watford, beat Brighton fairly comfortably, thrashed a dreadful Everton and had to come from behind to beat Swansea.
    Dyche is the closest competitor, but their results aren't incredible either: narrow wins over relegation-threatened Everton and a below-par Newcastle at home, as well as a home draw against 10-man West Ham secured with a late goal, and a thrashing at the Etihad.

    In my opinion, when a team wins all three games with a total scoreline of 13-4 (average of 3.25-1.3, or 3-1) then their manager deserves it.
     

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