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3 managers likely to be sacked after the International break

3) Mauricio Pochettino (Paris Saint German)

One manager who has come under fire for his side's underwhelming start to the season is Paris Saint German manager Mauricio Pochettino.

The Argentine tactician has assembled one of most expensive and talented group of players in the history of football on paper but has so far struggled to make his side formidable on the pitch. The 47 year old manager is under pressure as he is expected to lead his team to the Uefa champions league glory this season.. He has so far escaped the wrath of his employers at the Parc de prince staduim so far, but might not have the same luck after the current international break.


2) Ole Gunner Solskjaer (Manchester united)

After a blistering start to the season, Manchester united seem have taken their foot off the pedal following three defeats in their last four games in all competitions.

As usual all fingers are pointing at Ole Gunner Solskjaer who seem to have no clue of bringing the best out of his side despite the addition of an array of attacking talents in the just concluded summer transfer window. Well, Solskjaer doesn't seem like a man who can actually turn things around anytime soon with fans already calling for his head after failing to win a single silverware in his four years incharge of the club.


1) Ronald Koeman (Barcelona)

Ronald Koeman has overseen an underwhelming start to the season at Barcelona with the Catalan giants failing to clinch a win in any of their last 3 games in all competitions.

The Dutchman does not have the luxury of calling on the brilliances of Lionel Messi and looks way out of his depth at the Camp nou staduim. Many expect the former Netherlands boss to be dismissed from his position as manager before the end of the year with legendary midfielder Xavi Hernandez being toured as the man to lead the club to the next level.

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