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Championship Next Manager To Leave Odds

Championship Next Manager To Leave

Next Championship Manager To Leave after José Gomes

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Next Championship Manager to Leave 2019/20

Reading has sacked their manager José Gomes the 9th October 2019. Who's next?...

1) Nathan Jones – Stoke City: With the Potters languishing in 24th place in the Championship after one draw and six defeats in seven games, it will be miraculous should the gaffe manage to keep hold of his job. Jones, the former Brighton and Yeovil midfielder, was appointed in January of 2019 after Stoke – a team which should, in all honesty, be challenging for play-off spots – found themselves flirting with relegation. Jones managed just three wins in the remaining 21 games of that season and was lucky that other teams in the relegation scrap didn't find form. It seems like he and Stoke City is a match that just isn't meant to be. For that reason, he's the overwhelming favourite in the Championship to next vacate his managerial position.

2) Philip Cocu – Derby County: When former Barcelona and Netherlands man Philip Cocu was appointed to the managerial position vacated by Frank Lampard at Derby County, there was much excitement in the air at the midlands club. He has an excellent footballing pedigree having played and had coaching roles at the very highest level. With Derby's excellent young squad which narrowly missed out on promotion last season, it was surely a match made in heaven. But this is not how it has transpired in Cocu's first seven games at the helm, of which he has won just one. The Rams are in 19th place and, given that they have been challenging from promotion for about six years now without success, the club's hierarchy may well be growing impatient with the Dutchman already. If their poor start to the campaign continues, he might well be next for the chopping block.

3) Paul Cook – Wigan Athletic: There's no denying that Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook has done a stellar job at the North West club since taking the reigns in May 2017. He oversaw the Latics' League One triumph in the season before last. But since then Wigan have consistently struggled to keep their heads above water in the Championship – they finished in 18th place last term and are 21st this time around. Although he is arguably performing in line with realistic expectations given Wigan's budget, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him removed from his position given the trigger-happy approach to hiring and firing exhibited by most football clubs nowadays. 

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