Who is next to get sacked after Poch in the English Premier League?
A lot can happen in a week, especially when you take into consideration that it was only a week ago the Pochettino was still the head coach of Tottenham Hotspur. In the past week, Spurs showed Poch the door after over five and a half years of getting Spurs as high as he could, albeit without a trophy to his name. He was replaced the next morning with Jose Mourinho, who a few days later managed to oversee Spurs in their first away win in the English Premier League, since January 2019.
But who is next to get sacked after Poch in the English Premier League? We will be analysing two main contenders that are widely reported to be the next to be given the marching orders by their club chairman, with pundits already casting their votes in many sites such as footballbettingtips.com to try and see who will be the next to be fired.
The Everton boss, Marco Silva, is walking on very thin ice it seems, according to many journalists and Toffees fans alike. This follows a less than convincing start to the season that culminated with a 2-0 home defeat to Norwich City which left the blue side of Liverpool in 15th position in the league. Hardly of comfort to a major shareholder, Farhad Moshiri, who held an emergency meeting with fellow directors Bill Kenwright and Marcel Brands.
The likelihood of 42-year-old Silva even being on the touchline come Sunday when Everton play away at high flying Leicester City is not high. There are even team news suggestions that Everton might resort to bringing in ex-manager David Moyes as an interim manager until the end of the season, in order to stabilise what is seen as a very poor season by most Evertonian fans.
If you fancy some ongoing YouTube entertainment then nothing beats watching the Arsenal fans on Arsenal Fan TV. They have been fuming the run of results and questioning the ability of their Spanish manager, Unai Emery, to get them to the top four of the premier league, where they think Arsenal belong. If it wasn’t for a 96th-minute equaliser by Frenchman Lacazette, which ensured Arenal salvage a draw at home to second from bottom Southampton, one would have assumed that Emery would be looking over his shoulder for fear of being sacked.
The current speculation is that the recently fired Poch will replace Emery as head coach. This seems highly unlikely as one would imagine that the Argentine coach will want to manage a team that is capable of challenging for the title, in either of the English, Spanish, German or French leagues.