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EPL and football fans are already kicking out managers with their mouths and waves of hands following some unacceptable results by their clubs but if, we go by bookmakers rating then, the fans may be disappointed as managers not expected to leave may have to go first.
After nine weeks of explosive actions with Manchester City hammering Watford 8-0 and Leicester City pummelling Southampton 9-0 and Tottenham 7-2 to Bayern Munich in the Champions League, it is just a matter of moments for someone to get kicked out of his job. Who could that be?
Mauricio Pochettino of Tottenham has been rated fourth in the perking order of managers likely to be sacked despite his fiery tale run last season both domestically and in the UCL. His scandalous defeat by Bayern Munich further cast a shadow on his stay at the White Hart Lane.
However, pressure is on Arsenal’s Unai Emery as he may be shown the exit door should the fans sustain the pressure on the board especially if things don’t improve in terms of result. But the body language of the board reveal that it is not too bothered about the feelings of the fans as it is the same feeling that led to the exit of Arsene Wenger which the club is yet to recover from.
For Ole Gunnar Solskjaer he just needs to manage his boys to get out of this patchy situation to ficus on next season. The club is not ready for another huge pay out like it did to Jose Mourinho. So it will hope that Ole manages to wriggle out of this present situation as he is already doing.
So which manager gets the boot first Quique Flores of Watford, Steve Bruce of Newcastle United, Marco Silva of Everton or Ralph Hasenhuttl of Southampton who got bashed 9-0 by ruthless Leicester City? We wait to see.
ODDS BY THE BOOKIES
●Ralph Hasenhuttl : Southampton 13/8
●Marco Silva : Everton 2/1
●Mauricio Pochettino : Tottenham Hotspur 6/1
●Steve Bruce : Newcastle United 12/1
●Unai Emery : Arsenal 14/1
●Ole Gunnar Solskjaer :Manchester United 14/1
●Daniel Farke : Norwich City 20/1
●Quique Flores : Watford 25/1
●Roy Hodgson : Crystal Palace 33/1
●Graham Potter : Brighton & Hove Albion 33/1
●Dean Smith :Aston Villa 33/1
●Manuel Pellegrini : West Ham United 33/1
●Chris Wilder :Sheffield United 40/1
●Pep Guardiola : Manchester City 50/1
●Eddie Howe : Bournemouth 50/1
●Sean Dyche : Burnley 50/1
●Nuno Santo : Wolverhampton Wanderers 50/1
●Brendan Rodgers : Leicester City 100/1
●Jurgen Klopp : Liverpool 100/1
●Frank Lampard : Chelsea 100/1