The Premier League has seen many managers lose their jobs this season. In November last year, Southampton parted ways with head coach Ralph Hasenhuttl. He is the 5th coach to lose his job in a short period of time.
Before Hasenhuttl, the Premier League saw four coaches sacked: Scott Parker (Bournemouth), Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea), Bruno Lage (Wolves) and Steven Gerrard (Aston Villa).
Upcoming, the possibility of Frank Lampard becoming the next manager to lose his job. The former Chelsea midfielder was booed by fans in the last match Everton lost to Brighton with a score of 1-4 in the Premier League.
The failure made “The Toffees” stomp at 16th place and just one point above the group holding the red light. The disappointing performance put Lampard in danger of having to leave Goodison Park.
Coach Lampard’s win rate after nearly a year of leading Everton is only 29.3%. Obviously, things did not go as Lampard expected. If he continues to receive another bad result, Lampard has no way back.
In addition to the 5 coaches who lost their jobs, the Premier League welcomed 2 coaches from Spain recently, Unai Emery (Aston Villa) and Julen Lopetegui (Wolves).
Xiao Lam | 19:04 04/01/2023