Championship Next Manager To Leave Odds

Championship Next Manager To Leave

Next Manager To Leave 2018/2019 - after Steve McClaren

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No Championship Manager To Leave1.101.10
Phil Parkinson4.004.00
Tony Pulis6.006.00
Paul Lambert10.0010.00
Paul Cook12.0012.00
Neil Harris15.0015.00
Paul Warne15.0015.00
Garry Monk17.0017.00
Alex Neil21.0021.00
José Gomes21.0021.00
Tony Mowbray23.0023.00
Chris Wilder26.0026.00
Graham Potter29.0029.00
Frank Lampard31.0031.00
Lee Johnson31.0031.00
Martin O'neill34.0034.00
Nigel Adkins41.0041.00
Thomas Frank41.0041.00
Nathan Jones51.0051.00
Steve Bruce51.0051.00
Dean Smith76.0076.00
Marcelo Bielsa76.0076.00
Daniel Farke101.00101.00

Next manager to leave Championship 2018/19 - after Steve McClaren

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, already 15 managerial changes (including caretakers) have taken place. Most of them were sacked, some of them were signed by another and some left after the end of their contract. The most recent one is, Steve McClaren who left QPR with mutual consent with the club. The manager who could be the next one to leave his club are:

Phil Parkinson
Current Club: Bolton Wanderers

Phil Parkinson left Bradford City after the end of 2015/16 season to join the freshly relegated side Bolton as their manager in June 2016. In his first season, Phil did a fantastic job to get his new side to earn promotion to the Championship from the League One. The 2017/18 season did not go as planned for Phil as his side escaped relegation by only 2 points. The club decided to give their manager another season as he was the one who got them back to the Championship. In the 2018/19 season, after 39 matches, Bolton managed to win only 8 matches and currently stand in the 23rd place and are on the verge of being relegated. The club mathematically could still avoid getting relegated, so the board could decide to bring in someone new to close the season.

Paul Warne
Current Club: Rotherham United

Paul Warne started his managerial career at Rotherham United in November 2016. He has spent years at the club as a player and joined the club he retired at as the manager. He successfully got Rotherham back to the Championship after the end of 2017/18 season. But Paul Warne has not been able to handle the competition in the Championship this season. Rotherham are struggling inside the relegation zone and could possibly get relegated. The club can still avoid relegation which is why they could decide to bring in someone new.

Neil Harris
Current Club: Millwall

Neil Harris was announced as the permanent manager of Millwall in April 2015 after having spent a few spell as the caretaker manager of the club. The club had just been relegated to the League one at that time and he was determined to get the club back into the Championship again. In the 2016/17 season, Harris did his job fantastically and got the club back into the Championship. Milwall did fantastic by finishing 8th position on the table in 2017/18 and only missed the play-offs by 3 points. But this season, the performances of have been horrible and after 38 matches the club has won only 9 matches. Millwall are near the relegation zone and the club may decide to get someone else to make sure they avoid relegation.