Getting almost to the half of the season, some club managers are already at the risk of being sacked. This might be as a result of not performing to the club or fans' standard or for some other reason. Here is the list of managers who rumors had it that they might be sacked before the next transfer window opens by January.
1. Ole Gunnar Solkjaer: The current Manchester United is under massive pressure due to his poor performance even with the kind of players he possesses. Man U fans had high hopes after Cristiano Ronaldo came to the club. They believe that at least they got a finisher that will utilize Bruno and Pogba passes.
But this is not the case as the manager Ole Gunnar Solkjaer is making team selections that make him lose important matches. The fans are no longer comfortable with him and this might shorten his stay at Manchester United and he might not even stay up to January before he receives a sack letter.
2. Steve Bruce: The current Newcastle manager is at the risk of losing his job under the new owner who intends to transform the club into a title contender. Newcastle owner hopes not to carry on with the current manager as he hopes to change the club into a big team in England. Steve Bruce might not be able to retain Job before the second half of the season.
3. Mikel Arteta: Arsenal Mikel Arteta had the worst start to the new season in the whole of Arsenal history but was able to pull himself together to get his team to the winning side once more. But this doesn't guarantee his stay at the club at least till next season.
The former Arsenal player might lose his job if he can't get to give the club the hope of Making it to the top 4 as the club has provided him with enough financial support to make the necessary signings in the summer transfer.
Do you think these managers can retain their job in their various clubs? You can leave your thoughts in the comment box.
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