️Pack your bags and don’t forget the sunscreen, the Premier League managers are on tour!
The 2020/21 Premier League campaign drew to a close last weekend, and it's now time for a bit of rest and relaxation before the Euros get underway next month.
And what better way for England’s top tier's bosses to let down their wildly varying degrees of hair length than a seven-day jaunt to the thinking man's party capital of Spain - Magaluf.
When the pubs reopened in England last month, you may have joined us as a fly on the wall at the NationalWorld Arms, as the top tier's coaches descended for an evening of frivolity.
Now, we cordially invite you to join us on a trip of a lifetime, as we follow all twenty Premier League managers to finish the 2020/21 campaign on a jaunt to sunny Magaluf, for a memorable week of bonding and banter in Majorca...
1. Thomas Tuchel - Chelsea
A bit of a control freak, the Blues manager takes it upon himself to be the 'admin guy' of the trip. He loses the plot at the airport when Sean Dyche misplaces his laminated itinerary, and has a full on meltdown when half the group forget to pack their painstakingly hand-stitched 'PremPrem Lads on Tour 2K21' bumbags. Photo: Richard Heathcote
2. Scott Parker - Fulham
Scotty P has a twinkle in his eye at Heathrow, and just can't stop grinning to himself. Yes, you've guessed it - he's only gone and spiked everyone's sun cream with Deep Heat! Revenge is swift and brutal after the harrowing discovery, and the ex-England ace wakes up the next morning strapped to a palm tree, hanging upside down. Photo: Pool
3. Dean Smith - Aston Villa
Ever the loquacious type, the Villains boss gets chatting to a stag do in the airport, and with a casual flip of the Vs to his fellow top tier managers he's off to Talin instead for a wild weekend of machine gun firing ranges, £2 pints and go-karting. John Terry is, obviously, along for the ride too. Photo: NICK POTTS
4. Sean Dyche - Burnley
Straight off the plane, arm around star man Dwight McNeil who's been brought along as a post-season treat, Dyche makes a beeline for the quad bike rental. Inevitably, hubris takes over, and Dyche attempts a wheelie. McNeil topples off the back, and is ruled out for the entirety of following season with a brutal back injury. Photo: Pool