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Stoke City was relegated from the Premier League to the Championship last season after they finished 19th on the table. The club came back to the Premier League after the end of the 2007/08 season under Tony Pulis, who was sacked on May 2013 to make way for Mark Hughes. Mark Hughes remained at the club until January 2018 but was sacked after a difficult first half of the season. The club went on to bring Paul Lambert as the manager who couldn’t save the club from relegation. He was later sacked from his job and Gary Rowett was appointed to take Stoke City back to the Premier League.

Gary Rowett couldn’t start the 2018/19 very well as Stoke City sits at 18th on the table after six gameweeks. He only managed to win 1 match out of 6 games and has only 5-points. With Stoke City’s ambition to promote back to the Premier League, there have been talks about him being sacked by the board. The managers who could replace him to be the next Stoke City manager-

David Moyes:
Previous Club: West Ham United
David Moyes spent the majority of his managerial career at Everton. He did a fantastic job at the club which led him being offered the job at Manchester United after Sir Alex’s retirement. But he couldn’t keep up with pressure and was ultimately sacked from the job. Moyes later managed Real Sociedad, Sunderland, and West Ham United. He was the top favorite to replace Paul Lambert at Stoke City on the start of the season but the job went to Gary Rowett instead. But if the board decides to sack Rowett, it is highly likely that David Moyes will be offered the job.

Quique Sanchez Flores
Previous Club: Espanyol
Spanish manager Sanchez has managed some big clubs in Spain like Athletico Madrid, Valencia. He even managed Benfica at Portugal and Watford at England. Sanchez managed Espanyol for the last two seasons but was sacked on April 2018 after poor results. He was on a four-man shortlist for the vacant Egyptian national team manager job but wasn’t offered the job. He was also one of the top three favorites to become the Stoke City manager in May. If Rowett is sacked, then Sanchez could be offered the job.

Mick McCarthy:
Previous Team: Ipswich Town
Mick McCarthy managed Ipswich Town for five and a half years before leaving the club on April 2018. He managed Wolves for almost six years before that. Mick even has the experience of managing the Republic Of Ireland National Team. He is a potential replacement for Gary Rowett if the Stoke City board decides to hire a new manager.