Some Premier League managers are doing greatly with their clubs while some are under fire due to poor run of results.
Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Watford and Wolves are in awesome form but the likes of Chelsea, Leicester City and all relegation-threatened sides are enduring a woeful campaign.
This has seen Football Weeks coming up with three manager who could receive their marching orders before the end of the season with latest Next Premier League Manager To Leave Odds from BetVictor.
The Italian joined the Blues just a few months ago but his position is under intense pressure following his massive, record-breaking defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.
The Blues were whitewashed 6-0 by Pep Guardiola’s men at the Etihad stadium at the weekend, piling more pressure on the under-fire manager.
Since the start of the year, his side has won just two from possible six Premier League games, conceding 13 goals in the process.
The recent uninspiring form of his players has seen them dropped from fourth to sixth position behind Arsenal who are on 50 points.
His future at Stamford Bridge remains unknown and when asked by reporters after his defeat to Manchester City, Sarri said:
“If the president calls, I’ll be happy, seeing as I never hear from him. To be honest, I don’t know what to expect.”
The Chelsea boss tops the list 19 managers who are being tagged as the Next Premier League Manager To Leave manager to be sacked before March. Sarri is priced at 4/6 odds to receive his matching order from Abramovic after just six months and 29 days in charge of the Stamford Bridge outfits.
The Everton boss continue to loss fans support week by week due to his current unwanted results at Goodison Park.
Silva saw his side lost to his former club Watford on Saturday and that was his 8th defeat in the last 11 matches, winning just three.
The recent form of his players is very alarming and it won’t be surprising seeing him sacked by his employers before the end of this month should things continue in this unimpressive way.
Everton now occupy the 9th position with 33 points after 26 round of matches and their ambition to qualify for European competition next season now seems impossible.
The Frenchman is not doing too well with the Foxes this season despite the quality of players under his watch.
The former Southampton manager has managed just four wins in his previous 13 matches, losing seven and drawing two in the process.
His team currently occupy the 12th position in the League standings and two more defeats will see them battling relegation which will surely prompt the Foxes hierarchies to terminate his contract.
Other managers who are likely to be shown the exit door includes Claudio Ranieri (Fulham manager), Jan Siewert who suffered his third consecutive defeats with Huddersfield on Saturday.
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