1. Scott Parker
Scott Parker became the first manager to be sacked in the Premier League in 2022-23 as he was given his marching orders on August 30. This followed a dismal start to the season in which AFC Bournemouth conceded 16 goals in three games, including a 9-0 defeat at Anfield against Liverpool.
2. Thomas Tuchel
Unfortunately, things didn't go well for Thomas Tuchel after the new era of Todd Boehly, he was sacked from his Premier League team side Chelsea, after winning all the European trophies for Chelsea. He was relieved of duty after losing 3 of his first 7 games of the season.
3. Steven Gerrard
Steven Gerrard despite having a good start to his coaching career at Aston Villa last season, things changed this season and he was sacked from his Premier League club side, results were not impressive, he was replaced by former Arsenal boss Unai Emery.
4. Bruno Lage
Wolves manager, Bruno Lage was the next manager in the Premier League on October 2 after his team fell into the relegation zone. He was replaced by Julen Lopetegui.
5. Ralph Hasenhuttl
Premier League club side, Southampton Hasenhuttl as their manager on Nov. 6 and appointed Nathan Jones a few days after. Hasenhüttl came into the job in 2018 but never finished higher than 11th, which occurred in the 2019-20 campaign.
6. Frank Lampard
Frank Lampard started on a high note with Everton as their new manager, but unfortunately, things didn't later go as expected, the results were not impressive. Frank Lampard was sacked from his Premier League club side after recording 3 wins in 20 games.
7. Nathan Jones
Southampton has sacked managers two managers and Nathan Jones is one of them, after producing poor results, Southampton is at the bottom of the PL table with just six matches remaining.
8. Jesse Marsch
Leeds United sacked their manager Jesse Marsch. After the club fell to Nottingham Forest 1-0, the club confirmed the sacking of Marsch a day later. He recorded only 4 wins after 18 Premier League games.
9. Antonio Conte
Antonio Conte did not last a full season in north London. Despite much effort he failed to produce good results, they lacked inspiration and understanding. Antonio Conte was at the end sacked from his Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur before the end of the season.
10. Graham Potter
Graham Potter was sacked from Chelsea just a few months after replacing Thomas Tuchel, new club owner American Todd Boehly reportedly doled out £21.5 million to buy out the contracts for Potter and his staff from Brighton, yet no improvement was recorded in the team.
11. Brendan Rodgers
Rodgers delivered a good stretch for Leicester City leading them to a first-ever FA Cup win and four top-10 league finishes but his fifth year was lacking inspiration. Expected by many to contend for a spot in a European championship, the Foxes now find themselves in serious jeopardy of relegation. Brendan Rodgers was later sacked this season.
12. Patrick Vieira
Patrick Vieira was sacked as the manager of Crystal Palace after his team failed to perform, as the club battled to survive relegation he was sacked to find someone suitable for the job.
13. Javi Gracia
Desperate to stay out of the relegation zone, Leeds made another managerial change in the final month of the Premier League season. The club hired former England manager Sam Allardyce to take the reins from Gracia with four games remaining after sacking Javi Gracia as the manager.
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