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Next Premier League Manager to Leave – Nathan Jones the Favourite

Angelos Anastassopoulos February 7, 2023
Next Premier League manager to Leave

Nearly half the managers that started the Premier League season have been removed from their posts. Eight teams continue with a different manager after Leeds United sacked Jesse March. But the question remains. Who will be the next Premier League manager to leave? For the first time, the favourite is one who was appointed mid-season. Will Southampton be the first team to go through three permanent managers this year?

Next Premier League Manager to Leave – The Favourites

After four years at the club, Southampton sacked Ralph Hasenhuttl on 7 November 2022. Former Luton Town manager Nathan Jones was appointed in his place three days later. When we took over at the Saints, the team was 18th on the Premier League standings. Right now they are last, three points behind Leeds, who hold the last place above the relegation zone, with one game more in hand to play.

Jones is now the absolute favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club. The second most likely, according to the odds offered by the best bonus betting sites, is yet another manager who took over at his current club after the season started. It is Bournemouth’s Gary O’Neil, who replaced Scott Parker, after the Cherries lost 9-0 to Liverpool on 30 August.

The Surprises

A few weeks ago there were three managers who seemed to be untouchable. They were Mikel Arteta, Eddie Howe, and Pep Guardiola. While Arteta and Howe retain that status, Guardiola is the third most likely Premier League manager to leave, according to the best football betting sites. His City are five points behind Arsenal, who also have one match less (although it is important to note that the two teams have not yet faced each other in the Premier League this season). Pep signed a new multi-year contract with the club on 23 November, which oughts to keep him at the Etihad Stadium until 2025.

Graham Potter is also high on the list, months after being involved in the second most expensive managerial transfer in the history of football. Among him, in fourth place, are the likes of David Moyes and Jurgen Klopp. For the latter, there has been a bit of a theme throughout his managerial career. At Mainz, he led the team back to the Bundesliga, and moved them to the next level, but on his seventh season everything stopped working and he left the club. At Dortmund, he won two league titles and managed the team to a Champions League Final, but his seventh season was a disaster and he left. At Liverpool, he helped the Reds win the Premier League for the first time and led the team to a Champions League win. This is his seventh season And Liverpool are as close to the relegation zone, as they are to the Champions League positions.

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