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Premier League Next Manager To Leave Odds

Premier League Next Manager To Leave

Next Manager To Leave 2018/2019 after Claude Puel

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Premier League - Next Manager To Leave after Claude Puel

Seasons in the English Premier League aren’t same as the seasons in others coutries leagues because of its tight schedule. Also some of the clubs plays in the european competition and also there are 2 Cups. That all means that the funs are expecting much from the clubs, the football players have little time to rest and the preasurre on the managers in enormous. This means that changing managers during season is very often in England. This season so far we had several sackings like Slavisha Jokanovic from Fulham and was replaced by Claudio Ranieri, Manchester United manager José Mourinho was sacked last but these aren’t surprising changes if we see the achievments of the clubs. The legendary manager Roy Hodgson is struggling on the managerial position of Crystal Palace. After he saved them from relegating last season, this season is very tough for them, they have difficulties in playing, score to little goals and currently are on 15th position  with 15 points, only 3 points above the relegation zone. Sean Dyche the Burnley manager after a fantastic last season they are completely different this season. Last year Burnley was toughest opponent when they played at home, this season they only have 2 wins on home ground. On the road they only got 1 win and that is why Burnley is currently on 18th position with only 12 points. Neil Warnock has brought Cardiff City to the Premier League but it seems that he can’t adjust to the change. The club is having a really difficult season, they are currently on the 16th place with 14 points and their manager alongside with the manager of Burnley are main candidates to be replaced soon. Nuno Espírito Santo had impressive last season in the English Championship with Wolverhampton. They finished on the 1st position with breaking some records. They got a lot of money for transfers and the board and the fans are expectig top half finish. They started the season good but lately their form droped and now they have 3 wins in a row which bring them back on 7th position with 25 points. Rafael Benítez until recently was maybe the main candidate for sacking but lately he managed to improve the form of Newcastle United and they moved from relegation zone and now they are on 14th place. He has really small budget and the board is expecting of him only to remain in the Premier League for the next season altough the fans aren’t happy. Also we have some managers who are doing good work this season like Eddie Howe (Bournemouth), Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham) who didn’t buy any player in the summer transfer period and yet is on 3th position, Javi Gracia (Watford) and Chris Hughton (Brighton &Hove Albion). Also there are managers who are doing some impressive and unrealistic job. Of course Pep Guardiola with Manchester City, Jurgen Klopp with Liverpool, Unai Emery who bring some freshment in the game of Arsenal altough they are now 5th  and Maurizzio Sanni from Chelsea who had a great start and lately their form dropped a little but they are on 4th position only 2 points behind Tottenham.

We have some new managers like Claudio Ranieri (Fulham) and Ralph Hasenhüttl (Southampton) and we are awaiting Manchester United to appoint someone.

One thing is sure in this league it takes only a little for the fans to be upset or board unsatisfated and the manager changed.