Next Manager To Leave Premier League Odds

Premier League Next Manager To Leave

Next Premier League Manager To Leave 2020/2021

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Chris Wilder2.852.85
Slaven Bilic4.504.50
Scott Parker7.007.00
Ole Gunnar Solskjær8.008.00
Steve Bruce9.009.00

Who is going to be leave their club next?

Multiple teams have made poor starts to the Premier League season, but not a single manager has been given the boot yet.

Scott Parker

Appointed the previous time Fulham were in the Premier League, he was unable to keep them safe, but the board decided to see if he could help promote Fulham right away, and so he did. This did barely happen as Fulham were promoted through the play-offs, arguably underperforming as their team were full of Premier League talent.

They are currently rock bottom of the league after conceding 11 goals just 4 games and tactically at the back they look shaky every time the opposition attack. The next game is huge for Scott Parker’s Fulham as they play 19th place Sheffield United, an early six pointer in the season.

Sean Dyche

Many will be surprised to see Sean Dyche on this list, and it is not that I think he will be sacked, but I believe Dyche could possibly walk away from Burnley. The board have clearly failed to back Dyche and Burnley financially, despite the success and overachievement of the side and therefore, not a single penny was spent during the Summer Transfer Window. This has led to Burnley making a poor start to the season, losing all 3 of their opening game. Injuries have had a fair impact on their side and so have at times had to put out a makeshift side.

Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Solskjær’s red devils have made a very poor start to the season and it is all a bit of a mess down at Old Trafford. Jaden Sancho was reportedly on the shortlist for many months and Manchester United were confident in their ability to sign the player, however, due to poor recruitment, they were unable to pull off the deal. Many Manchester United fans called for defensive cover as well, and their concerns have been proven true by the calamities shown by Harry Maguire so far. They lost 6-1 to Tottenham Hotspur last weekend and their tactical structure showed no signs of being steady.

They will probably be expected to finish top 4 and so if results continue to stay poor, Solskjær will probably leave or be sacked.

Slaven Bilić

West Brom have the worst defensive record so far this season after conceding 3 against Leicester, 5 to Everton, 3 to Chelsea and then 2 against Southampton. Whilst West Brom look promising going forward, they have shown absolutely no ability to have any defensive structure and leak goals right, left and centre. Their next run of games are going to be crucial with Fulham, Burnley, Sheffield United and Brighton to play in their next 6 games.

I don’t feel as though any of these managers will be sacked quickly, but will be given plenty of time to prove themselves as the season is barely underway.