Next Premier League manager to be sacked: Who will be next from Nottingham Forest, Everton, Leeds United, Tottenham and West Ham United bosses after Southampton decision


The Austrian had been in charge of St Mary’s for almost four years. Luton Town boss Nathan Jones is hot favorite to take over at the Premier League club after the Hatters gave him permission to talk to Southampton.

Scott Parker was the first manager to lose his job this campaign, having been sacked by Bournemouth in August, following the 9-0 defeat by Liverpool at Anfield. Parker had overseen the club’s rise from the Championship, but three defeats in four games were enough for the south coast club to turn the axe.

Thomas Tuchel was next to leave as Chelsea relieved him of his duties at the start of September. It had been an inconsistent start for the Blues, with their poor start to the season including a 3-0 defeat to Leeds United at Elland Road. The German was replaced by Graham Potter.

LEEDS, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 5: Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch celebrates his teams victory during the Premier League match between Leeds United and AFC Bournemouth at Elland Road on November 5, 2022 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Bruno Lage was sacked by Wolves in October following a 2-0 home defeat to West Ham, while Steven Gerrard was the next manager to depart after being sacked by Aston Villa after ‘a bad start to the campaign.

Leeds manager Jesse Marsch had come under huge pressure at the end of last month following a 3-2 home defeat to Fulham, but dramatic back-to-back wins against Liverpool and Bournemouth appear to have kept the American in place until after the World Cup break. .

After Hassenhuttl’s departure, which top coach could be next to lose his job. We looked at what the odds say…

Next Premier League manager to leave (odds correct as of 11.45am 9th November 2022)

Roberto De Zerbi – 40/1

No manager to leave – 50/1


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