The phrase that strikes fear into any Premier League manager is: The board has given their unanimous support to the manager.

Football is a fickle business, and managers know this all too well. Every season, there are a number of clubs looking to replace their manager, and the speculation starts as to who could be next on the chopping block.

All the big bookmakers offer odds on the next manager to be sacked. Needless to say, this market is constantly in flux as managers come under increasing pressure, and their odds change accordingly.

Who’s Getting Sacked Next?

At the time of writing (April 2023), there are a number of managers who have odds-on to be the next Premier League manager sacked.

The current favourite with the bookies is West Ham boss David Moyes. Betfred is giving odds of 5/4 on the ex-Manchester United and Everton boss parting ways with the Hammers.

Next on the old chopping block is Brendon Rodgers. The Leicester boss is under mounting pressure as the Foxes have failed to live up to the expectations this season. Betfred is offering 9/4 on Rodgers being the next manager sacked.

Steve Cooper at Nottingham Forest is also under scrutiny following his team’s slide toward the relegation zone. Betfred has the Steve Buschime lookalike as a 5/1 shot for the chop.

Fans might be surprised to see a couple of the names on the Betfred list of managers facing the sack. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is 16/1 to end his reign at Anfield.

Chelsea’s Graham Potter is an 11/1 shot following his side’s relatively poor season. Managers who look safe for the foreseeable future include Erik Ten Hag (80/1), Unai Emery (66/1), and Eddie Howe (125/1).

Where to Bet on Managers Getting Sacked

As with most betting, it pays to shop around. Different bookmakers have different Markets and odds when it comes to betting on who is the next manager to be sacked in the Premier League.

Betfred and Betfred have the most comprehensive markets when it comes to sacking managers, but you should look around for the best value.

It’s worth keeping an eye on rumours and speculation in the media as this can influence a manager’s chances of getting sacked. If you think your team might be about to part ways with their boss, then it might be worth taking advantage of the available odds.

At the end of the day, you can never be sure who is going to be next for the chop, so it’s important to remember to gamble responsibly and always stay within your limits when betting on football. Good luck!

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Which Club Sacked The Most Managers?

The Premier League team that has gone through the most managers is Crystal Palace, with 26 managers in total. Chelsea and Leeds United follow closely behind, with 20 and 21 managers, respectively. Sam Allardyce holds the record for managing the most Premier League teams, having taken charge of eight clubs throughout his career.

Four different managers in one season is not unheard of when it comes to the Premier League. Newcastle, Derby County, West Bromwich Albion, and Watford have all had the misfortune of experiencing this in their respective seasons, which resulted in their relegation.

On the flip side, Tottenham Hotspur, Portsmouth, and Swansea City have managed to stay afloat despite having four different managers at the helm throughout a single campaign. It’s a testament to their resilience that they were able to sustain success without consistency in management.

Longest Serving Premier League Managers

Throughout the history of the English Premier League, there have been numerous legendary coaches who have left an indelible mark on football.

Unfortunately, managers, today face increasing difficulty in holding onto their positions for an extended period of time. The desire for immediate success has led many clubs to adopt a revolving door policy when it comes to hiring and firing managers.

However, there are still some who have managed to meet expectations and presided over lengthy tenures. We take a look at the longest-serving reigns in Premier League history.

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Despite spending 26 years as manager of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson must settle for second place. During his tenure, he spent 7,640 days calling the shots at Old Trafford. In first place is his arch-nemesis, Arsene Wenger, who spent 7,894 days in charge of Arsenal.

Currently, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola are the two longest-serving managers in the Premier League who are still in their positions.

Who was the first Premier League Manager to be Sacked?

Unsurprisingly, the first managerial casualty of the Premier League era was a Chelsea manager. On 15 February 1993, after 12 games without a win, Ian Porterfield was sacked and went down in the history books as the first manager to be dismissed from a Premier League post.

Since then, plenty of managerial changes have been made in the top flight, with over 270 managers coming and going since the formation of the league in 1992. With intense competition and ever-increasing expectations, it looks like this figure is only set to grow.

As a football fan, there is nothing more satisfying than watching your team thrash their rivals and singing ‘Sacked in the moring, you’re getting sacked in the mooooorning’ to the opposition manager. So why not take a punt on the next Premier League manager to be sacked.