First Premier League Manager To Be Sacked Preview And Tips
With the Premier League kick-off just days away, the race for the coveted top spot will begin in earnest, but for those managers that fail to sparkle in the early stages of the campaign are sure to be under the microscope from the board, and there's no doubt that the First Premier League Manage To Be Sacked Odds will change as the season clicks into top gear.
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First Premier League Manager To Be Sacked Odds
Leicester City boss Claude Puel is the 9/2 favourite with Paddy Power to get the sack first and win the Sack Race, and the Foxes board showed when sacking Premier League title winner Claudio Ranieri that they are not shy in giving managers' their P45, while Rafael Benitez's tenure at Newcastle United is constantly propelling into the spotlight, and the former Liverpool boss is often having disagreements with the club's owner Mike Ashley, and that pair's relationship could crumble early on.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has looked a disgruntled figure for most of the season, and his negativity to all things United is sure to come to an abrupt ending at some point this season, and at 7/1 with Unibet for the first manager to leave his post then it would be no surprise to see the Red Devils on the search for a new boss by the end of the season.
Javi Gracia (Watford) and Mark Hughes (Southampton) are another couple of managers that could be looking for a new job by Christmas if they fail to hit the ground running, as both will be desperate to avoid potential relegation from the Premier League, and they are 8/1 and 12/1, respectively.
First Premier League Manager To Be Sacked Tips
A team that could struggle in the top-flight this season is Cardiff City, who were superb in winning automatic promotion last season from the Championship, but the Bluebirds could be destined for the drop come the end of the campaign, and they too could be looking for a manager switch during the season.
Neil Warnock worked wonders to earn promotion last season, but he has struggled when pitting his wits against high profile managers in the Premier League, and he may just find it too tough to shine at the Cardiff City Stadium, and the Bluebirds may have to sack him to maintain their status, so at 12/1 with William Hill he is a great bet to be the first sacked.