Championship Next Manager To Leave Odds
Next Manager To Leave 2018/2019 - after Aitor Karanka
Next manager to leave Championship 2018/19 - after Aitor Karanka
Championship is a competition of 24 clubs where almost every club fights for the right to get promoted to the Premier League. This prize money for the promotion is gigantic 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, Paul Clement has been sacked very recently. He was appointed as the Reading manager in March 2018 and was awarded a three-year contract. But this season, Reading had been struggling to win points and was at 21st position (after 20 gameweeks) in the table. On 6th December, the board decided to hire sack him as the results were not improving. This season of the Championship is turning out to be a very competitive one, so it only a matter of time that another manager will get sacked or leave his club. The next manager who could leave his club from the Championship 2018/19 are:
Current Club: Bolton Wanderers
Phil Parkinson left Bradford City to join the newly relegated side Bolton as their manager in June 2016. In his first season, Phil managed to get his side to achieve promotion to the Championship from the League One. The 2017/18 season didn’t go very well for the club as Bolton avoided relegation zone by only 2 points. Phil remained at his job but this season, the club has been on a very bad run. After 20 matches, Bolton sits on the relegation zone having won only 4 matches. The club could decide to sack him very soon.
Current Club: Millwall
Neil Harris became the manager of the club after a few stints as caretaker manager of the club. He was announced as the permanent manager in Match 2015. He has been managing the club since then and has been doing a good job. The club finished on 8th position on the table last season and missed the play-offs by only 3 points. But this season, the performances of the players have fallen down as Millwall is currently inside the relegation zone. After 20 matches the club has won only 4 matches and the club could decide to part ways with the manager.