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Premier League Next Manager To Leave Odds

Premier League Next Manager To Leave

Next Premier League Manager To Leave 2019/2020 after Javi Gracia

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Next Premier League Manager to Leave

Unusually for the Premier League, much of the talk centred around 'the next manager to leave' is focused on those who have been successful and that could be poached by other clubs in the near future. While the 'sack race' is very much underway, the less discussed 'hire race' is equally so. So let's take a look at the managers most likely to be vacating their posts in the coming weeks and months, whether by their own volition or their employer's...

Marco Silva

Everton's Portuguese gaffer Marco Silva is the bookies' favourite to leave his current position after his Merseyside club lies in 14th place in the Premier League after six games. The once highly-regarded manager spent a great deal of money over the summer transfer window and the Everton hierarchy will definitely be desiring a greater return for their investment. Towards the back end of the 2018/19 campaign, Silva's side looked encouraging, but since then they've been in free fall. If their slide continues, there's surely no doubt that Silva will be left without a job.

Ole Gunnar Solskjær

"Ole's at the wheel, tell me how good does it feel" was the chant that continually rang out at Old Trafford in the Norwegian's first few weeks and months of his reign at Manchester United. Since then, the adulation has stopped or at least faltered. United lie in 8th place after their first six games; they've won two, drawn two and lost two. Last season, the talk at United was of a defence which was in dire need of repair - while they seemed to have rectified this problem, the issue of their attack - which is seemingly devoid of creativity - remains. Unless Solskjær can find a solution to their lack of forward-thinking potency, he is sure to be out of a job in the not too distant future, no matter how well-liked he is in the red half of Manchester.

Mauricio Pochettino

After Mauricio Pochettino's heroics in the Champion's League last season, it seemed the Argentinean could do no wrong. And while he is still rightly regarded as one of the best managers in the league, things haven't been going his way of later. Spurs are level on points with Man United after some difficult games in the league and, apparently, there are whisperings of discontent from within the squad. It may well be that Pochettino has taken the London club as far as he can take them. If he was to leave them now, it would be on good terms with Spurs in the best position they have been in decades thanks to his leadership and tactical intellect. With the possibility of vacancies arising at Manchester United and Real Madrid, Pochettino may well be dreaming of an exit strategy and Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy might not think losing his once-prized managerial asset to be the worst thing that could happen over the course of the season. Perhaps a fresh start might be best for both parties. 


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