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How Brighton rank alongside Tottenham and Crystal Palace in surprising manager win percentage table

You’d struggle to find many Brighton fans who don’t adore Graham Potter.

Tuesday, 12th October 2021, 12:47 pm

The 46-year-old is undoubtedly one of the most promising young managers in the country, and after a couple of seasons that showcased his side’s obvious potential, the Albion boss has guided his side to an impressive 14 points from their opening seven matches.

That run has left Brighton just two points of top spot at this early stage of the campaign, and there’s no question that Potter has played a huge role in that – but how does his record with the Seagulls actually compare in the grand scheme of things?

We’ve crunched the numbers to determine each Premier League manager’s overall win percentage at their current club, and to see where Potter measures up compared to his top flight peers.

Click and scroll through the pages below to find out…

*For the purposes of this article Watford’s Claudio Ranieri, who is yet to manage a game for the Hornets, has been omitted.

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