The 2021/2022 English Premier league started on a very high note as top teams showed their intent of winning games to boost their chances of contending for the trophy.
Arsenal begun on a low note, but managed to make a huge turn around while Manchester United begun well but are currently struggling.
This is the period of time when the managers jobs are in jeopardy if their teams do not perform, they will be sacked immediately.
Last week, Watford sacked their manager because of poor performances and poor results which might threaten them to return to the Championship after getting promoted.
According to bookmakers at Betfair, the next EPL manager to be sacked has been revealed with odds slashed on the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Tottenham Hotspurs manager came first in the list of to be sacked managers, with Newcastle United's Steve Bruce in second while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's odds slashed from 14/1 to 5/1.
Should these managers be sacked in that order?
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