This season has seen a total of 12 Premier League managers sacked by their respective clubs. Chelsea and Southampton have sacked two managers this season alone.
The German head coach was fired early in September by Chelsea in what was termed a “disagreement” with the club’s owners, and now it seems it was a bad decision.
Brought in to replace Thomas Tuchel, Graham Potter has enjoyed a bad spell at Chelsea, including seven losses in a row until his sacking on Sunday evening.
3.Antonio Conte-Tottenham Hotspurs
The former Spurs boss left the club after an angry rant towards the boss and the players after seeing Spurs blow a 3-1 lead away at Southampton.
He got the Everton job and last season led them in avoiding relegation, but this season he left Everton in the relegation zone before he was dismissed.
5.Patrick Vieira-Crystal Palace
The former Crystal Palace manager was sacked after failing to win a game for Crystal Palace in 2023, leading them to a relegation battle.
6.steven Gerrard-Aston Villa
The Liverpool legend was sacked by Aston Villa after poor results, especially after heavy investment, and was replaced by Unai Emery.
He was sacked by Wolves early in the season in October after their 2-0 loss to West Ham, which saw them slip into the relegation zone.
He was the first manager to be sacked this season after the heavy 9-0 defeat to Liverpool just four games into the new season.
The former Southampton boss was sacked in November after poor results saw Southampton slip into bottom place.
He was sacked by Southampton after just 14 games in charge and registering just one win against Everton.
11. Jesse March-Leeds United
Brought in to replace Marcelo Bielsa, the USA international was fired after poor run of games for Leeds United this season after forcing them into the bottom five.
12.Brendan Rodgers-Leicester City
Leicester City have been in the bottom half of the table the whole season, as they started the season poorly and also lost their key players. On Sunday evening, Brendan Rodgers agreed to leave the club via mutual agreement.