Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are head and shoulders above the rest of the Premier League but can we say the same for Pep?
Planet Sport ranks the Premier League according to height, with some surprising results.
20. Brendan Rodgers - 1.70m
The Leicester boss is the shortest in the Premier League with a playing career to match. A right-back in his playing days, the Northern Irishman was 20 when he decided he wasn't going to make it as a pro, cutting short his time at Reading to embark on a coaching career.
Seven trophies in three years followed at Celtic but he has twice fallen short when trying to secure Champions League football for the Foxes.
18= Thomas Frank - 1.75m
Like Rodgers, an early entrant into the coaching world, the Dane took his first managerial job at the age of 32 and rose through the ranks in his native Denmark.
He took charge of Denmark at under-16 through to under-19 level before three successful years at one of the country's leading clubs, Brondby.
Appointed Brentford manager when current Norwich manager Dean Smith left to link up with Aston Villa, he has seen his reputation grow after guiding the Bees to the top flight and claiming some pretty impressive scalps in his first season with the big boys.
18= Bruno Lage - 1.75m
Lage, like Frank and Rodgers, didn't play football professionally and it has proven difficult to nail down a definitive height for him, though 1.75m appears to be the most commonly listed.
The similarities to Frank don't end there, either, with the Portuguese manager also experiencing his first season as a Premier League boss and gaining quite a reputation to boot.
17. Antonio Conte - 1.76m
Conte's reputation for being an aggressive manager is probably well-deserved. Given that he comes in as the fourth tallest boss in the top flight, there might be a hint of small-man syndrome - we'd have guessed he was even smaller.
The Italian was a versatile, balding midfielder who earned 20 caps, scoring twice for his nation. He gained a full head of hair, which may account for the extra centimetres and went on to manage them 24 times between 2014 and 2016.
Won the FA Cup and Premier League at Chelsea and looks to be working his magic at Tottenham off the back of a Serie A-winning campaign with Inter.
16. Mikel Arteta - 1.77m
A classy midfield player in his playing days, Mikel Arteta is now the manager of ten-man Arsenal.
Another who sometimes lets his emotions get the better of him on the sidelines.
13= Pep Guardiola, Eddie Howe, Claudio Ranieri - 1.80m
Two former Premier League winners and the man who has the riches to elevate Newcastle to the same heights come next on the list. They're not the smallest, they're not the tallest. There's not much else to say.
12. Ralf Rangnick - 1.81m
The newest face in the Premier League, the Manchester United interim boss would benefit from Cristiano Ronaldo's approach to team photos - always stand on your tiptoes.
10= Sean Dyche - 1.83m
A no-nonsense defender in his days as a player, Dyche was the only manager measured barefoot. In the snow. While grappling tigers.
10= Steven Gerrard - 1.83m
Gerrard in contrast to the long-serving Dyche, is in the first few months of his Premier League managerial career and the signs are that it might just work out. However, the former Liverpool and England midfielder is bound to suffer a few slip-ups along the way.
9. Marcelo Bielsa - 1.84m
Perennially crouching, it's a surprise there is even a figure available for Bielsa.
In fact the only time he is ever standing up, it is next to his translator, whose role is not in fact to help him out with his English but to make him look taller. Antonio Conte has already made two bids for him in the window.
8. Graham Potter - 1.85m
The 46-year-old can lay claim to being the best English manager in the Premier League and it's a respectable eighth place for him here, too.
6= David Moyes, Dean Smith - 1.86m
The two redheads (strawberry blondes?) are identical heights but are some distance apart when it comes to top-flight experience.
Moyes has taken charge of over 600 Premier League games at Everton, Sunderland, Manchester United and West Ham, transforming the latter into Champions League challengers.
Smith, meanwhile, has guided Aston Villa into the top flight and is now striving to keep Norwich in it. It's a tall order.
5. Thomas Tuchel - 1.90m
Another coach whose playing career was cut short - at just 26.
Walking tall after Chelsea's European Cup success and fine start to the Premier League season, their subsequent stumble has not affected his reputation - yet.
3= Ralph Hasenhuttl - 1.91m
The target man won eight trophies as a player and was capped eight times by Austria.
He has suffered two 9-0 losses as Saints boss but as befits the 1.91m boss, plenty of highs too.
3= Jurgen Klopp - 1.91m
The Liverpool boss cut his teeth coaching Mainz and Borussia Dortmund - not his current teeth, obviously.
A hero to the Liverpool fans after guiding them to the Premier League title in 2020, it already looks a tall order for the Reds to regain their crown in 2022.
2. Patrick Vieira - 1.92m
A giant presence in the Arsenal midfield in more ways than one, the Premier League winner has made an encouraging start to his managerial tenure at fellow London side Crystal Palace.
Topped this list until recently but the Eagle has now been knocked off his perch.
1. Duncan Ferguson - 1.93m
It's a big win for Big Dunc who despite only being in temporary charge at Goodison has his sights set on taking the Everton role full-time.
An intimidating presence in his playing days, Ferguson needs to survive until May 7 to come face to face with Leicester and Brendan Rodgers. Or maybe not.