Ranking every Barcelona boss since Pep Guardiola by PPG: Koeman last

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Ronald Koeman stands on the touchline before Barcelona's game against Real Madrid,

Pep Guardiola is regarded as one of the greatest managers of all time – so replacing him was always going to be difficult for Barcelona.

Ronald Koeman was their sixth permanent manager since Guardiola’s departure in 2012 and it has certainly been a mixed bag for the Spanish giants.

We’ve ranked those six managers by their points-per-game rate to see who comes out on top.

6. Ronald Koeman

Games: 67
Won: 39
Drawn: 12
Lost: 16

Goals for (per game): 138 (2.05)
Goals against (per game): 75 (1.11)
Clean sheets: 23

Points per game: 1.92
Win rate: 58.2%
Loss rate: 23.9%

5. Quique Setien

Games: 25
Won: 16
Drawn: 4
Lost: 5

Goals for (per game): 50 (2)
Goals against (per game): 27 (1.08)
Clean sheets: 11

Points per game: 2.08
Win rate: 64%
Loss rate: 20%

4= Ernesto Valverde

Games: 145
Won: 97
Drawn: 32
Lost: 16

Goals for (per game): 339 (2.33)
Goals against (per game): 128 (0.88)
Clean sheets: 65

Points per game: 2.22
Win rate: 66.9%
Loss rate: 11%

4= Gerardo Martino

Games: 59
Won: 40
Drawn: 11
Lost: 8

Goals for (per game): 148 (2.5)
Goals against (per game): 48 (0.81)
Clean sheets: 24

Points per game: 2.22
Win rate: 67.8%
Loss rate: 13.6%

2. Tito Vilanova

Games: 44
Won: 33
Drawn: 6
Lost: 5

Goals for (per game): 116 (2.63)
Goals against (per game): 51 (1.15)
Clean sheets: 14

Points per game: 2.38
Win rate: 75%
Loss rate: 11.4%

Pep Guardiola, wearing a snazzy jumper, gestures at his assistant during a friendly against Hibs in July 2008.

READ: Where are they now? Pep Guardiola’s promotion-winning Barcelona B team

1. Luis Enrique

Games: 181
Won: 138
Drawn: 22
Lost: 21

Goals for (per game): 519 (2.86)
Goals against (per game): 147 (0.81)
Clean sheets: 82

Points per game: 2.4
Win rate: 76.2%
Loss rate: 11.6%


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