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Premier League Next Manager To Leave

Next Manager To Leave 2017/2018

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The 26th season of the Premier League will begin in August and most of the teams are building the foundations for it. The news about important transfers for each team fills the papers, as we approach the beginning of the most exciting league in the world. While this is happening, a lot of managers have to make very careful decisions, as their future might be very short if things don’t go along with them.

Starting with the promoted teams, Brighton & Hove Albion made a tremendous season winning the Championship with Chris Hughton as their manager. The irish and former footballer has been managing the club since 2015, and will now have to adapt his team to the Premier League, a difficult position if the budget for new transfers isn’t big. An early bad streak might show him the way out. In a similar situation, but with a more fragile economy and squad, is David Wagner. The manager of Huddersfield Town arrived in the late 2015 and achieved history by promoting the team after the playoffs, but the history is now different and will have to show that he is capable of leading the newcomer especially in the first weeks. Rafa Benítez is the manager with most history from the three promoted ones. He arrived at Newcastle after his spells at Real Madrid and Napoli, and should be the more established manager from them. However, his times in the Premier League always had some issues with both the players and the fans, and this might explode if Newcastle starts the season with some bad results.

Looking into the established teams from the past season, there might be an argument for an early dismissal of Leceister’s manager Craig Shakespeare. The departure from Claudo Ranieri will be floating in the air if Leicester doesn’t get good results in the first weeks. After all, sacking the manager that made your team champion of the Premier League it’s a much tougher decision. Shakespeare stabilized the club when he assumed, but now he starts as any other manager. The first matches can be crucial for his future. Marco Silva will be the manager for Watford for this season. His aim is only one: avoid relegation, and without a massive incoming of quality players, they’ll be in a very difficult position. It might be improbable for an early dismiss, but if Watford starts with their left foot, they might be forced to take critical actions, and his past three-months spell at Hull City might make this not unlikely. Burnley FC got promoted the past season with Sean Dyche, who is in charge since 2012. Such history inside the club might look at his position as rock-solid, but Burnley will struggle in the Premier League again and his cycle can quickly be exhausted if the team shows no signs of improvement. Stoke City could be in the spotlight also, with Mark Hughes being very criticized the past season even if the final position was not that bad. The team lacked collective play, and in some parts of the league was unable to beat even similar rivals. If the same situation happens again, no one could be surprised if the team and the manager decides to part ways.