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View Poll Results: Who will be the first of the current Premier League managers to be sacked?

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  • Eddie Howe (Bournemouth)

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  • Unai Emery (Arsenal)

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  • Chris Hughton (Brighton and Hove Albion)

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  • Sean Dyche (Burnley)

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  • Neil Warnock (Cardiff City)

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  • Maurizio Sarri (Chelsea)

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  • Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace)

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  • Marco Silva (Everton)

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  • Slavisa Jokanovic (Fulham)

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  • David Wagner (Huddersfield Town)

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  • Claude Puel (Leicester City)

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  • Jürgen Klopp (Liverpool)

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  • Josep Guardiola (Manchester City)

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  • José Mourinho (Manchester United)

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  • Rafael Benítez (Newcastle United)

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  • Mark Hughes (Southampton)

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  • Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur)

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  • Javier Gracia (Watford)

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  • Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham United)

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  • Nuno Espírito Santo (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

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    Who will be the first of the current Premier League managers to be sacked?

    Early days, but it's not looking good for the likes of Mourinho and Benitez among others.

    Who do PPers expect to be the first to get the sack?

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    Could be Pellegrini.

    I think, Benitez is among the safest Managers - he kept NCU at 10th last year with a squad that would get relegated under many other managers. Tactically, he is one of the best managers in world - at LFC, he had often better head to head against top teams, but he didn't have the squad for 38 games marathon. This year Mike Ashley played dirty with him, still I am sure Rafa will find a way to reach 40 point mark, which basically guarantees over $100mn pay cheque, and Ashley knows that. Rafa might leave on his own to a better Club, but I doubt he'll be sacked.

    Mou, I am not sure. He is one of the best ever managers in club football, but he is struggling at MU for the standard set there. He is at BP 15mn/year contract till June 2020, means it'll be extremely costly sacking. Also, he has bought several players at premium, who might not fit in next manager's plan and the incumbent from the fate of his 3 predecessors will demand big transfer kitty. After all these, there is no guarantee that next man will out perform Mou. If I was a betting guy, I won't have put money on Mou being first to be sacked, in fact he might carry on till May and leave MU on mutual agreement.

    Manuel Pellegrini or Mark Huges for me.

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    I'll go with Warknock. He's never kept a team in the premier league. He has the worst team in the league. Cardiff owners will want to stay in the league and it's proven Warnock isn't capable of that.

    Other contenders would be Hughes,Puel,and Pellgirni.

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    I went with Warnock. If Mourinho is to get sacked, it won't be for a while, even in that season against Chelsea where he was sacked, it was only around December. As @Hasan123 said, Warnock has a bad PL record and I can't see that changing.


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