The English Premier League will resume immediately after the current international break. Chelsea currently occupy first position on the English Premier League table. However, some coaches could be sacked after the international break. Let us take a look at four coaches who could lose their jobs after the international break.
Manchester United started the English Premier League brightly. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have not won their last two games in the English first division. If he does not improve after the international break, he could be sacked by officials at Manchester United.
2. Bruno Lage
He has lost a few games in the English Premier League this season. Wolverhampton Wanderers currently occupy position number 12 on the English Premier League table. This means that Bruno Lage has not been able to emulate Nuno Espirito Santo. He has already lost four games since the beginning of the English Premier League. He could be dismissed after the international break if he does not improve.
3. Steve Bruce
His job is certainly under threat because of the recent takeover of Newscastle United. The new owners will definitely want to appoint a renowned coach to manage Newcastle United. This is because Newscastle United have dropped into the relegation zone this season.
4. Thomas Tuchel
The German boss currently occupies first position on the English Premier League table. However, he should be very careful after the international break. This is because Chelsea have so many tricky games immediately after the international break. He needs to avoid defeats in most of these games. If he does not, it could culminate in his dismissal by the club.
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