If your CEO was a Premier League football manager, who would he be ?

If your CEO was a Premier League football manager / head coach, who would he be ?

Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs - Jose Mourihno, Chelsea

Wealthy, both sport designer stubble and enjoy significant successes in Europe.

Martin Blessing, Commerzbank - Ian Holloway, Crystal Palace

Near the bottom of the league, and perhaps just one quarter / match away from the sack

Michael Corbat, Citi - Steve Clarke, West Bromwich Albion

Both doing much better than expected.

Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan - Arsene Wenger, Arsenal

Both these guys have been around a long time, but neither have been winning much recently.

Brady Dougan, Credit Suisse - Mark Hughes, Stoke City

Experienced professionals who are finding the going tough.

Sergio Ermotti, UBS - Roberto Martinez, Everton

Both rebuilding / going through change, but the future looks bright.

Stuart Gulliver, HSBC - Paul Lambert - Aston Villa

Big bank / club, but both have gone through recent challenging times.

Richard Handler, Jefferies - Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool

Both ahead of schedule and enjoying unexpected success.

Anju Jain - David Moyes, Manchester United

Both managing giants finding it tough going at the moment.

Antony Jenkins, Barclays - Gus Poyet, Sunderland

Both (relatively) new, and neither yet appreciates the size of the task in hand.

Ross McEwan, Royal Bank of Scotland - Chris Hughton, Norwich

Both appear destined for relegation.

Brian Moynihan, Bank of America - Alan Pardew, Newcastle United

Big bank / club. Shareholders / fans expect much more.

Peter Sands, Standard Chartered - Michael Laudrup, Swansea

Both manage smaller banks / clubs, but regularly punch above their weight.

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