Premier League next manager to be sacked : 5 Managers in danger

The Premier League continues this weekend but depending on results managers could find themselves in trouble and be the next manager to be sacked. Let’s take a look the managers and the current odds.

Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton) – 11/10

The Austrian is the favourite for the next manager to be sacked from the premier league and it’s easy to see why considering his side suffered a 9-0 loss to Leicester City at home last Friday. The former RB Leipzig boss needs to get some results and soon as the Saints are currently in the relegation zone with just 8 points from 10 games. It doesn’t get any better for Southampton as they face Manchester City twice this week, once in the cup and then the league. He is around 11/10 to leave.

Marco Silva (Everton) – 3/1

He currently is the boss at Everton having previously managed Hull and Watford. Everton are in 16th place in the table and will need some results in the coming weeks. They face Tottenham this coming Sunday in what could make or break Silva’s career at the club. At present he is around 3/1 to leave.

Unai Emery (Arsenal) – 9/1

Has been in the news a lot this week in regards to the incident with Granit Xhaka and the Arsenal fans. However, he has come out and said the player was wrong to react the way he did. I suppose he couldn’t really say anything else. He is ranging from 5/1 to 10/1 to leave the Emirates.

Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham) – 14/1

Spurs are way off the pace even for a Europa League place at present so things will need to improve in North London. They are in 11th place at the minute. They face Everton this weekend where a win might get back on track.

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer (Manchester United) – 16/1

Another manager under serious pressure. The Norwegian’s side are 7th in the table. They face Bournemouth this weekend where a win will be expected.

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