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Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger, Antonio Conte and Juergen Klopp make up possibly the most outstanding group of managers seen in this country at one time.No more so than when Mourinho and Guardiola renew their rivalry as the new managers of Manchester United and Manchester City, respectively.Eight teams start the season with new managers – none more high-profile than Guardiola, who makes his debut in the English game as a player or coach.A first season in the Champions League is a wonderful reward for a club still on a high from last season, but might prevent the team backing up winning the title with a top-four finish.Elsewhere, David Moyes makes his Premier League return at Sunderland after sobering spells with United and then in Spain with Real Sociedad, Everton could threaten the top teams again with Ronald Koeman as coach and a more ambitious owner (Farhad Moshiri) in the boardroom, and West Ham might be a danger to the top four if the club adapts to life as a tenant at the Olympic Stadium.
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