Which EPL manager will be sacked next?

Every Premier League manager continues to fight for their respective clubs.

Big names could be shown the door in the Premier League next manager sacked race

News Insights

  • Three Premier League managers have been shown the door already this season.
  • Paul Heckingbottom, Julen Lopetegui and Steve Cooper all parted company with their respective clubs.
  • Pressure is on Roy Hodgson at Crystal Palace, with the Eagles struggling.
  • Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea also has a task on his hands to keep the wolves at bay.

Being a Premier League manager is often a thankless task, with the instantaneous nature of the media surrounding the EPL latching on to every result. 
With a win being an incredible achievement and a loss being a disaster, managers are under constant pressure to ride out the EPL rollercoaster. 
For many, however, those decisions get made for them and with so much money at stake, boards tend to be ruthless with managers, as they look to extrapolate the most from their Premier League season. 

Roy on the ropes 

Veteran manager Roy Hodgson has been producing the goods in English football as a manager for well over 35 years but his tenure at Crystal Palace looks to be turning sour. 
Having been brought back to the club just over 12 months ago to steady the ship, Hodgson has done just that, but the Eagles have not kicked on at all this term. 
Ineffective recruitment and injuries to key men have hampered Palace significantly this season and they are now seen as a genuine relegation candidate with many EPL soccer betting sites
Hodgson needs results and if he doesn’t get them, he could be on his way very shortly, making him the hot favourite to be the next EPL manager sacked at $1.40 with GetSetBet.  
Poch’s Problems 

Few jobs in world football are as treacherous as the Chelsea post, yet Mauricio Pochettino brought about a sense of optimism when he arrived at Stamford Bridge in the summer. 
Despite progression in both cup competitions, Chelsea have been very poor in the Premier League this season – sitting in 11th place. 
A poor standing, coupled with the seismic spending completed by the club in recent times has ramped up the pressure on Pochettino and he is another name in the mix to be sacked next at $3.00 with MidasBet
Who else could get the boot? 

As mentioned, the volatility of the Premier League can put managers under pressure in the blink of an eye. 
Despite finishing in the top 4 last season, Newcastle’s poor run at the end of 2023 but Eddie Howe as a contender to be relieved of his duties, but results have improved and he is now longer odds to get the sack at $16.00 with BoomBet

A similar story can be told for Vincent Kompany, who impressed hugely in getting Burnley promoted to the Premier League last season. 
However, the Clarets are in the relegation mire and as a result he too is in the mix to be sacked next at $16.00 with TopSport.