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The Premier League coaches that have the best fashion taste? (Part 2)

Jurgen Klopp

Club: Liverpool

Sponsor: Nike

If you run out and run into the runway regularly and the coach’s seat, a tailor-made suit just doesn’t look right. Jurgen Klopp has defined what a jersey is like and has always looked like a true fan of the club he coached, which couldn’t be more perfect for Liverpool. However, sometimes we find him in suits, though quite rarely.

Mikel Arteta

Club: Arsenal

Sponsor: Adidas

Formerly Pep Guardiola’s assistant at Man City, Mikel Arteta is about to kick off his first season as Arsenal manager in the 2020-21 season. It is too early to tell what he has learned from Pep, but the smart casual style is clearly inherited from the Man City coach. Despite being a coach with a strong personality, Mikel Arteta always maintains an elegant fashion style, and always impresses in public.

Steve Bruce

Club: Newcastle United

Sponsor: Puma

In his second season with Newcastle, Steve Bruce will lead the team through the midst of the rankings last season. His fashion sense is also varied, from suits to synchronized sportswear, time will tell whether his varied style will lead Newcastle to success.

Graham Potter

Club: Brighton

In last season in the Premier League, Brighton & Hove Albion Club succeeded in relegation, finishing 17th under the guidance of coach Chris Hughton. However, the players’ style is still too weak in terms of both physical strength and style, so coach Chris Hughton had to leave for Coach Graham Potter. We’ll wait and see if this elegant looking coach will help his team play better.

Graham Potter

Some other well-dressed coaches in the world are as follows.

Diego Simeone

Club: Atletico Madrid

Sponsor: Nike

Have you ever seen Diego Simeon not wearing a black suit and tie? Probably never. He always uses suits and ties in his work. This is Simeone’s trademark style and it has been around for many years.

Joachim Low

Team: Germany

Sponsor: Adidas (Hugo Boss)

How can we ignore one of the gentlemen in football? Jogi Low is the person I want to talk about. From a hooded sweater to a knit suit, or simply a simple shirt, he always stood out.

It is no surprise that the German coaches (including Low) are referred to as “The Boyband” for their perfect coordination style. And you’ve got yourself a list of the best-dressed rulers this season. You will choose who is the most beautiful? Let us know your opinion!