It’s been a wacky Premier League season as far as managers go. A little less than half of EPL clubs have either had talks about a managerial change, or a managerial change. To give you full analysis, here are all 20 Premiership clubs and what has happened as of today as far as the managers go.
Arsenal- manager at start of season was Arsene Wenger- no changes have been made.
Aston Villa F.C- manager at start of season was Martin O’Neill- no changes have been made.
Birmingham City- manager at start of season was Steve Bruce- current manager is Alex McLeish after Bruce went to Wigan.
Bolton Snoozers- manager at start of season was Sammy Lee- current manager is Gary Megson.
Blackburn Rovers- manager at start of season was Mark Hughes- no changes have been made.
Chelsea- manager at start of season was Jose Mourinho- Jose resigned, and Avram Grant is now manager.
Derby County F.C- manager at start of season was Billy Davies- Paul Jewell is now manager after Davies was let go after a whopping 1 win almost 1/3 into the season.
Everton- manager at start of the season was David Moyes- Moyes is still manager.
Fulham- manager at start of season was Lawrie Sanchez-
Lawrie could be gone, but for now he is still with Fulham. Update: BBC confirms Lawrie Sanchez has been fired, making it 8 Premier League managers leaving their teams.
Liverpool- Rafa Benitez is still manager of the Reds.
Manchester United- Alex Ferguson is still there and he may never die.
Manchester City- manager at start of season was Sven Goran-Eriksson- Eriksson is still with the team.
Middlesbrough- Gareth Southgate is somehow still Boro boss.
Newcastle United- manager was Sam Allardyce- Sam remains Magpies boss.
Portsmouth- Harry Redknapp is still manager.
Reading- Steve Coppell remains manager.
Sunderland- Roy Keane is still Sunderland boss.
Tottenham Hotspur- Martin Jol was the manager at the start of the season, later resigned and Sergio Ramos is new manager.
West Ham United- Alan Curbishley is still boss of WHU.
Wigan- Chris Hutchings was the manager at the start of the season, but was let go and Steve Bruce is now manager.
Not even halfway into the season, and
7 8 managers have left their original teams from opening day. And to think, Sam Allardyce and Lawrie Sanchez are still on the hot seat.