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Swansea next manager odds

Swansea next manager odds

Swansea next manager after Paul Clement

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Swansea City Next Manager

Swansea City is currently managed by Graham Potter, who was appointed in June 2018. He became the club's eighth manager in two-and-a-half-years including caretakers. Swansea was promoted to the Premier League in 2011 under Brendan Rogers. It was the first time ever they were promoted to the Premier League. Since then, Swansea did everything they could to stay in the top flight. But their reign in England’s top flight ended after the 2017/18 when they finished 18th on the table. The 2017/18 started with Paul Clement as the manager of Swansea. But after a series of poor performance and as the club sat at 18th on the table, he was sacked on December 2017. Carlos Carvalhal replaced him as the manager and his objective was to save the club from relegation. But he failed to do that and Swansea was relegated from the Premier League. As the club wanted to get back into the Premier League, the board appointed Graham Potter as the manager ahead of the 2018/19 season.

Swansea is 7th on the table at the Championship this season after six gameweeks. The season started quite well under Graham Potter. But the club has a tendency to sack managers, so if they decide to sack Potter, then the managers who could replace him are-

Jaap Stam
Previous Club: Reading
Jaap Stam is a Dutch football manager and a former footballer. He was one of the top favorites to become the manager of Swansea in June before the season started. He previously managed reading for almost 2 years and was the assistant manager of Ajax before that.  The club could decide to go with him if they start looking for a new manager as Stam is currently not managing any other club and has Championship experience.

Michael Laudrup
Previous Club: Al Rayyan
Michael Laudrup was one of the best footballers of his generation and achieved a huge amount of success through his career. He started his managerial career at Brondby in 2002. Since then, he has managed a few clubs including Swansea City from June 2012 to February 2014. The club could decide to appoint Laudrup again to get them back in the Premier League. Laudrup is currently not managing any club as he left his managerial post of Qatari club Al Rayyan.

Alan Pardew:
Previous Team: West Brom
Alan Pardew is a renowned manager for his time at the Premier League. He made his name mainly at Newcastle United after he became the Premier League manager of the season on 2011/12. He became the Crystal Palace manager on 2015 where he failed to deliver good results and was sacked on December 2016. He managed West Brom for four months after that. Alan Pardew is currently not managing any other club so Swansea can easily persuade him to take the job if they decide to hire a new manager.