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Top Managers Who Are Still Looking For New Jobs Currently

After just three games in the Premier League, Arsenal fans were calling on the management board to sack Mikel Arteta. But he has showed signs of improvement after two wins in a row. Let us look at top class manager who are jobless at the moment.

1. Antonio Conte:

During his time at Chelsea, he led them to win one Premier League title and one FA Cup. Don't forget that Inter Milan won the Serie A title under Antonio Conte last season, ending Juventus' league winning streak of 9 seasons. He reportedly left the club due to a transfer disagreement.

2. Sam Allardyce:

No man is more experienced in surviving a relegation battle than Sam Allardyce. Despite managing teams with weak squads, the last time his team was relegated was in 1997. However, after he failed to help West Brom retain their place in the Premier League, he had to step down for a new manager to take over.

3. Tim Sherwood:

Although he was fairly successful at Tottenham Hotspur, he was still sacked from the club. Although he was sacked since 2015, he enjoyed his time at Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa. During his last season with Tottenham Hotspur, they finished sixth on the table.

4. Frank Lampard:

You cannot his time as a coach and his time as a player. He was a legend during his days as a player. He was good in signing players but his successor, Thomas Tuchel was better in managing the players. Although he had was successful with Derby County, his lack of experience was discovered when he managed Chelsea, and he was sacked due to poor performance.

5. Eddie Howe:

Although he is very good in club management, he currently has no job. Having played for Bournemouth during his career, he decided to be their manager but couldn't prevent their relegation in 2020. He left the team shortly after they were relegated.

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