The Premier League's most handsome managers have been revealed with David Moyes topping the list.
New data compiled by Gambling.com has ranked the current top flight managers using popular beauty measuring app Golden Ratio Face to carry out their research. Each manager's portrait was processed by the app before being given a score out of 10, with the higher the score meaning the better looking they are.
The research has found that West Ham United boss Moyes is currently the league's best looking manager after he achieved a score of 8.9, just pipping his nearest challenger.
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Moyes scored just more than Fulham boss Marco Silva's 8.87 to be named the Premier League's most handsome manager for the 2022/23 season.
The honour is a rare highlight in what has been a difficult start to the season for Moyes at the London Stadium. The Hammers are currently in the bottom three having won just one of their first seven league matches this term.
Following Sunday's defeat to Everton, their third consecutive league match without a win, Moyes admitted he "feels let down" by certain players in his squad.
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Further down the handsome rankings, Ralph Hasenhuttl (8.86%) came in third with Pep Guardiola pipping Jurgen Klopp as he finished one place ahead of him in fourth, with the pair scoring 8.76 and 8.66, respectively.
Steven Gerrard finds himself sixth on the list with 8.35%, with Eddie Howe (8.34%) and Graham Potter (8.28%) coming in at seventh ahead of Gary O’Neil (8.23%)
Meanwhile, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is in 11th place on 7.99, sandwiched between fellow former midfielders Frank Lampard (8.17%) and Patrick Vieira.
- David Moyes – 8.9
- Marco Silva – 8.87
- Ralph Hasenhuttl – 8.86
- Pep Guardiola – 8.76
- Jurgen Klopp – 8.66
- Steven Gerrard – 8.35
- Eddie Howe – 8.34
- Graham Potter – 8.28
- Gary O’Neil – 8.23
- Frank Lampard – 8.17
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