It’s coming up to a crucial stage in the league, so have a look at the managers who are in the warmest of seats
The former Bayern Munich and Real Madrid assistant coach was parachuted in to Swansea in January to keep the club in the Premier League. He succeeded in style, picking up 26 points from 18 games. But the club has taken a step backwards after a poor transfer window and it looks set to be another long relegation battle this season for the Swans.
Clement has been under fire for perceived ‘negative’ football and the mumblings of discontent will grow even louder if they lose at Burnley on Saturday, The 45-year old is currently 6/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post.
It’s been a constant struggle for Pulis to win over people at West Brom and it appears the fans may finally have had enough of the Welshman’s agricultural style of play. It has emerged that a board member quit in protest over the summer due to Pulis remaining in charge and just one win in eleven games means that the vultures have started to circle.
It’s just 2/1 that Pulis is next to leave and he's got a tough job to get anything from his next match: The baggies are at home to Chelsea. Speaking of which…
It’s been known for a while that Conte's been unhappy at Chelsea since winning the Premier League in his debut season and if you mix that with Roman Abramovich’s notoriously itchy trigger finger, it’s not out of the question that the Blues could be looking for a new manager sooner rather than later.
The best way to quiet the Russian is to win games and if Conte can put a real run of games together like their 13 match winning run in their last campaign, a lot of this bad feeling could go away. As it is, West Brom away isn’t the worst place to try and make it four league wins on the spin and achieving this would lengthen Conte’s odds to leave next, which are currently 16/1.