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Vote: Who will be the next Premier League manager to go?

Mark Hughes currently leading the sack race

Premier League Sack Race

Last November was the busiest month of the year for top flight managerial movement, with three Premier League bosses collecting their P45s (Chris Hutchings, Steve Bruce and Billy Davies). November 2008 probably will not be as busy, but there are several candidates for a mid-season departure – Mark Hughes is feeling hot under the collar after receiving the managerial kiss of death, Gianfranco Zola can’t hide behind that huge grin for much longer and the bookies are shortening their odds on Gary Megson.

At the less troublesome end of the table, Arsene Wenger appears to have temporarily staved off the angry Arsenal fans calling for his head, while the lure of Real Madrid may be difficult for someone like Rafa Benitez to resist if they offload Bernd Schuster.

So, who will be next to go*? Votes and comments below please…


*We’re not counting Joe Kinnear in this one, as he is supposed to be departing this month anyway.


1 response so far
  • AB // November 13, 2008 at 10:27 am

    Should Pompey get bought (and it’s looking pretty likely) expect Adams to walk the short plank fairly sharpish.

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