With a huge investment budget for football, it is not unreasonable for coaches to spend money on the clothes they wear on the pitch.
The Premier League season 2020-21 is about to start, taking place at the end of September. All the top coaches in the world gathered here, competing with each other, not only on the pitch but also for fashion.
There are also three promoted teams this season, including Leeds, West Brom, and Fulham also participating in the contest who is best dressed. Below, arranged in no particular order, are the best-dressed leaders in the English Premier League according to experts.
Club: Manchester City
Sponsor: Puma sports fashion brand
Josep Pep Guardiola is a typical gentleman fashion model regardless of which club he is directing. From Barcelona to Bayern, and now Man City, Pep’s specialty lies in the perfect combination of a suit, shirt, tie, and brown shoes.
In addition, Pep also owns his familiar casual style with a short-sleeved shirt with a tie or a checkered shirt with sports shoes, but still retains the smart look of an old military leader. training.
Jose Mourinho is gearing up for his first season as Tottenham’s head coach for the 2020-21 season. Jose has always been a discerning person, often appearing in a suit on the steering bench, although it’s no stranger to Jose in a casual outfit with sportswear.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Club: Manchester United
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer started as Manchester United’s head coach sometime in the middle of last season, a temporary position, then became official.
This will be the first season Solskjaer leads Man United at the beginning of the season, how will the killer boy with a childish face lead? Solskjaer’s fashion sense combines a suit and ties with an Adidas jacket, to cope with the rain in Manchester.
Chelsea boy Frank Lampard will have a big season with Chelsea this season. The team has great expectations for bringing in a lot of top players, so many people think they will become a contender for this year’s championship. The former Chelsea player has changed from the traditional Chelsea shirt style to his own, neatly tailored suits.