Here is the full countdown of the Top 20 Managers of the EFL!

We want to thank all of you who voted for this and have been following our Twitter account for the results as they came out! We feel like once again you have provided us with a great list that wouldn’t be too far off our own. Not many will argue with Chris Wilder being the top manager in the EFL and it was interesting to see Paul Warne get such a positive reaction despite having managed a side that got relegated.

Of course, there will be disagreements, that’s always the case with lists such as this, but we hope you see this as a good starting point for a debate if nothing else.

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The list is as follows.

20th: Graham Potter (Swansea City)
19th: Nathan Jones (Stoke City)
18th: Tony Pulis (Middlesbrough)
17th: Nigel Adkins (Hull City)
16th: Paul Cook (Wigan Athletic)
15th: Lee Bowyer (Charlton Athletic)
14th: Kenny Jackett (Portsmouth)
13th: Daniel Stendel (Barnsley)
12th: Garry Monk (Birmingham City)
11th: Frank Lampard (Derby County)
10th: Alex Neil (Preston North End)
9th: Paul Warne (Rotherham United)
8th: Steve Bruce (Sheffield Wednesday)
7th: Mick Harford (Luton Town)
6th: Lee Johnson (Bristol City)
5th: Danny Cowley (Lincoln City)
4th: Dean Smith (Aston Villa)
3rd: Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United)
2nd: Daniel Farke (Norwich City)
1st: Chris Wilder (Sheffield United)

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Let’s wish a congratulations to everyone who made it onto the list and it will certainly be interesting to see who returns next year!