Premier League

Frank Lampard has been fired as Everton's manager. He was the sixth Premier League manager to be fired; the others being Thomas Tuchel, Steven Gerrard, Scott Parker, Bruno Lage, and Ralph Husenhuttl.

It’s been quite a year for the fans of sports and sports-related entertainment in terms of news. For example, one of the biggest gambling companies out there, MGM Resorts, has been recognized as one of the most important public corporations in the world via the Forbes 2000 list.

But it ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. Everton, which has lost all five of its games and is looking for a new manager, is the second favorite to return to the Championship (-165). At -150, Southampton is now projected as the third favorite to be relegated this year. So, there are plenty of managers that found themselves in quite a pickle.

Managers in the Premier League Are on the Hot Seat

Which Premier League managers may be the next to lose their jobs?

David Moyes

Given that he led West Ham into the European competition twice in the last two seasons, it is fair to argue that David Moyes has performed better than expected. The 2022–2023 season, however, has been a completely different situation.

The Hammers have lost three of their last five games overall and four of their last five Premier League games. The Hammers suffered a severe setback as they lost 1-0 to Wolves, falling into the bottom two.

Brendan Rogers

With 2.5 years remaining on his contract, Brendan Rogers will soon be celebrating his fourth anniversary as the manager of Leicester City. The manager of the Foxes would presumably want to mark this occasion in a stronger league position. With only one point separating them from the bottom half of the standings, his team is now in 14th place. Since the Foxes lost their previous five games, there have been rumblings of unhappiness around the stadium.

Jesse Marsch

Jesse Marsch is looking over his shoulder at Leeds United. Prior to the World Cup break, his team had trouble performing and had only won four games.

While the rest of the world was preoccupied with Qatar, Marsch was granted time to train with his team. The squad took a plane to Spain for a training camp in the warm weather, and it was anticipated that they would return in much better shape.

With 0 victories since the league started, things haven't exactly gone according to plan. It's not all bad news, however, as the team has achieved three draws in five games. The Leeds management seems to be behind its boss, since American Christopher Armas, Marsch's first pick for assistant head coach, was recently hired to join the team.

Antonio Conte

Given that Antonio Conte's team is now ranked fifth in the Premier League, it seems a little odd to see him on this list. Conte should have had a break after Spurs' 1-0 victory against Fulham, but it doesn't seem to be that easy.

The manner in which they fell to Man City and Arsenal puts Conte under pressure. Tottenham lost to Arsenal in disgrace, then they lost to Manchester City 4-2 after blowing a 2-0 lead.