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Next Championship Manager to Leave After Harry Redknapp

Birmingham City’s sacking of their manager Harry Redknapp has signaled the start of more managerial sackings in the Championship. If an experienced manager like Harry Redknapp can be sacked, no one is safe from the wrath of the board. And judging by some lackluster performances from teams at the bottom half of the table, new names will be added to the sacked managers list sooner rather than later.

Simon Grayson (Sunderland A.F.C.):

Sunderland under David Moyes was sad to watch in the last Premier League campaign. After their relegation to the championship, the board rightfully changed the manager of the club. And at first it looked like it was a great choice to appoint Simon Grayson as the new manager. But on the contrary, the change seems to have done no effect to the side. They have only managed to conjure up a single win till now, and judging from their recent form it doesn’t look likely that they would be able to add to that.

Phil Parkinson (Bolton Wanderers F.C.):

Phil Parkinson’s Bolton side is one of two sides who have been unable to taste winning till now among the whole Championship. Moreover Bolton’s defense have been the worst in the whole championship, as they have already conceded 16 goals in only 8 games. So, it seems like whatever Phil is working on, it isn’t being replicated on the field. So a new fresh start with a new manager is a must to turn Bolton’s season around.

Nigel Clough (Burton Albion F.C.):

Burton Albion had a disastrous start to their campaign with 3 back to back losses in a row. Since then they have improved their results, but still they look like a team destined for the relegation drop. The reason behind it is their shaky defense. They have the 2nd worst defense in the whole Championship by conceding 15 goals till now. And Nigel Clough have been unable to put a plug on their defense. So a new manager who can set up a team which is able to defend better is a must for them to avoid the relegation drop.

Paul Heckingbottom (Barnsley F.C.):

Paul Heckingbottom is one of the youngest coach in the Championship, and the Barnsley job is his first ever managerial job. This lack of experience maybe the reason behind Barnsley’s bad fortunes at the moment. Among the teams at the lower end of the table they have been the best. But still sticking with Paul is a huge risk for the board. And they may think to go for a safer option who has a lot more experience.

Dean Smith (Brentford F.C.):

Brentford is the other team who has been unable to manage a win till now. They have been uninspiring from start till now with 4 draws and 4 losses. To introduce some much needed inspiration, it might not be a bad idea to replace Dean Smith with someone else.