Championship Next Manager To Leave Odds
Next Manager To Leave 2018/2019 - after Paul Hurst
Next manager to get sacked in the Championship 2018/19
Championship is a very competitive competition where almost every club fights for the right to get promoted to the Premier League. This prize money for the promotion is massive and every club in the Championship wishes to grab the opportunity to play in the best and most popular league in Europe, which is the Premier League. Managers often lose their jobs in the Championship during a season. Sometimes a manager gets sacked after only two or three months after their appointment which shows the desire of the clubs to get promoted. Before or during the 2017/18 season, a total of 19 managers (including caretakers) were sacked or had resigned from their post or left with mutual consent with the club.
In the current season, Steve Bruce has already been sacked from Aston Villa. He joined the club in October 2016 and two years later he has been sacked from the club. Aston Villa is a very ambitious club but they sit at 13th place at the table after 11 games having won only 3 out of those 11. The club lost their patience and decided to sack the manager and have announced to look for a new manager. It is only a matter of time until another Championship club decides to sack their manager. The next manager who could get sacked from the Championship 2018/19 are:
Current Club: Reading
Jaap Stam left Reading by mutual consent with the club on 21 March 2018 during the 2017/18 season. Paul Clement was announced as his successor two days later on a three-year contract. The current season is not going very well for Paul Clement as Reading stands at 20th on the table after 11 games. They have won only 2 matches among those 11 and has earned only 9 points. The club could decide to look for a new manager very soon.
Current Club: Hull City
Hull City appointed Nigel Adkins on December 2017 after the dismissal of Leonid Slutsky. Nigel signed an 18-month contract with the club which will end after the 2018/19 season. But the club could decide to sack him very soon as the club may not want to risk getting relegated. Hull City stands only one position above the relegation zone after 11 matches. They have managed to win only 2 matches in the Championship till now and have earned only 8 points.