September 26, 2022

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Ex-Liverpool coaches at high risk of losing their jobs

It is gratifying to see that so many managers in the Premier League this season have had pasts in the Liverpool coaching staff. In fact, there are currently four former Reds holding first-class managerial positions. Brendan Rodgers, Steve Cooper and Steven Gerrard are in charge of coaching Leicester, Nottingham Forest and Aston Villa respectively, while Gary O’Neill takes over as interim manager of Bournemouth after Scott Parker was sacked in August.

It is not gratifying to see that the three with permanent jobs are the three who, according to many bookmakers, are most at risk of becoming the next manager in the Premier League to lose their jobs.

After a terrible start to the season, Rodgers has been the thinnest, but Cooper and Gerrard also have the advantage of being impressed this season and living on downtime.

in descending curves

Rodgers and Leicester, after a summer when there wasn’t a penny, have struggled hard lately. Their last two matches ended in a 5-2 loss away to Brighton and a 6-2 loss to Tottenham this weekend.

After battling for fourth place and winning the FA Cup, it looks like it’s about to end for the man who was appointed ten years ago as Liverpool’s manager, and many believe it’s now a matter of time before the Northern Irishman is done with it. the work.

Cooper is another person who has gone from being a hero to being under pressure. He did a fantastic job of sending Forest out of the championship last season, but after spending huge sums to sign a whopping 21 players this summer, the former Liverpool academy coach’s patience is running out. The team only has four points after seven games, but we can hope the owners understand that it takes time to get a team with many new players to play well together.

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It’s been a year since Steven Gerrard landed his first managerial job in the Premier League. Last season he secured approval when he steadily led the FIA ​​out of the relegation battle, but now the demands are even tougher. Football has been far from festive at Villa Park so far, and despite the 1-0 win over Southampton at the weekend, seven points from seven games was not a respite for the once-popular Scouse at Rangers when he took over difficult team. A new assignment last year.

sack race

This is how the “impeachment race”, which predicts who will be sacked, looks in the Premier League right now, according to Talk about sports. We have converted to decimal probabilities.

1 Brendan Rodgers (Leicester) 1.36
2- Steven Gerrard (Aston Villa) 6.0
3 Steve Cooper, Nottingham Forest, 9.0
4 Frank Lampard, Everton and Bruno Lagg, Wolverhampton 13.0
6- Ralph Hessenhuttl (Southampton) 15.0
7 David Moyes (West Ham) 17.0
8 Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool and Jesse Marsh (Leeds) – 21.0
10. Marco Silva (Fulham) 26.0
11- Eric Ten Hag (Manchester United) – 34.0
12 Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace) – 41.0
13 Thomas Frank, Brentford and Eddie Howe, Newcastle and Graham Potter, Chelsea, 51.0
16 Antonio Conte (Tottenham Hotspur) – 67.0
17 Mikel Arteta, Arsenal and Pep Guardiola, Manchester City, 81.0

There is no dispute over Bournemouth’s Gary O’Neill, who took over on an interim basis, or Roberto de Zerbe, who was appointed Brighton boss at the weekend.