In the midst of Chelsea’s dissatisfaction and the absence of any possible future chances for Pochettino, the dismissal has taken place.
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is currently the leading candidate to become the next Premier League manager to leave after his team suffered a loss against West Ham of the Premier League. Despite the fact that billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe has taken an investment in the Red Devils, suspicion regarding Ten Hag’s employment has increased as a result of the team’s uneven season and eighth-place standing.
The odds of Betfair firing Ten Hag have grown as a result of Manchester United’s poor performance in the Champions League, which resulted in the team finishing in last place in their group. After winning the Championship the previous year, Burnley’s Vincent Kompany is currently available at 11/1. He is having a difficult time adjusting to the Premier League. At a price of 5/1, Roy Hodgson, who plays for Crystal Palace, is the second favorite.
Due to the inconsistent performances of Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino, who is currently employed by Chelsea, is subject to criticism. Pochettino is attempting to steer the Blues out of their worst Premier League season in thirty years, regardless of the difficulty of the task that lies ahead of him. Pochettino’s worth swings, and it is currently at 12/1, despite the fact that he has won championships against rivals Tottenham and Newcastle United.
Among the other managers that are being considered are Eddie Howe and Nuno Espirito Santo, both of whom are at 16/1, David Moyes of West Ham, who is at 14/1, Chris Wilder of Sheffield United, who is at 20/1, and Rob Edwards of Luton Town, who is at 33/1. Edwards has a history of leaving teams in the middle of the season. The recent dismissal of Paul Heckingbottom resulted in Chris Wilder being appointed as the new manager of Sheffield United.