Pep will obviously get the award, some would say rightly so, but I think his achievements are somewhat diminished due to the money spent and the disappointing eliminations in the FA Cup (Wigan) and CL (Liverpool). Close to £500m spent and he's failed to take City past the 1/4 finals of the CL, the competition he's been brought in to win. No doubt they've had one of the best campaigns in PL history, but Pep will have taken City to a PL and League Cup double. Not to be scoffed at, but equally nothing remarkable (Perhaps being a tad harsh). For me it's between Dyche and Benitez. Both have done a phenomenal jobs with limited squads. By rights Newcastle's team should be in a relegation fight and yet they could finish top half this season. Burnley securing Europa League football is testament to the work Dyche has done long term, and to Burnley for sticking with him when they were relegated a few years back. If I had to pick one it would probably be Dyche, though. So who's your manager of the year and why?