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  • on 03.09.2012
  • at 09:51 AM
  • by KT

The Premier League sack race is hotting up already!

We’re just three games into the new Premier League season, yet already there are a number of fans voicing their concerns over the way their respective clubs are performing and that means that the ‘Next Manager Out’ market is hotting up nicely…

Liverpool have made their worst start to a season for 50 years, notching up just a single point form their opening three Premier League fixtures under new manager Brendan Rodgers.

Some fans have already made their feelings known surrounding the release of Andy Carroll on loan to West Ham, and despite owner John W. Henry publicly backing his manager in an open letter the the Anfield faithful, Rodgers finds himself at 5/1 with SkyBet (from 33/1) to be the first managerial casualty of the 2012/13 season.

Meanwhile QPR have brought in 12 new players during the summer, yet find themselves with just one point too, and suffered a 5-0 drubbing at The Liberty Stadium on the opening day of the season. That puts Mark Hughes under immediate pressure to turn things around, given his Summer spending spree, and he is 4/1 in the ‘Next Manager Out’ betting according to SkyBet.

The only side yet to get off the mark are newly-promoted Southampton, and whilst two of their three games thus far have been against the Manchester clubs, Nigel Adkins finds himself at the head of the betting; 3/1 to be the next manager to leave his post.

Another new manager without a win is Andre Villas-Boas. His Tottenham side were booed off after their draw with Norwich at the weekend and the former Chelsea boss is a 5/1 candidate to be first manger to find himself without a job sooner rather than later.

Next Manger to Be Sacked/Leave Odds:

Adkins – 3/1
Hughes – 4/1
Villas-Boas – 5/1
Rodgers – 5/1
Allardyce – 6/1
Pulis – 10/1
Hughton – 14/1
Di Matteo – 16/1
Lambert – 16/1
25/1 Bar
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