⚽ Who Are The Managers Who Have Been Sacked This 2022-2023 Season?

Jesse Marsch has been sacked by Leeds United.

:stadium: 32 Premier League matches
:white_check_mark: 8 wins
:handshake: 9 draws
:x: 15 losses

The American experiment is over!


Leeds United backed Jesse Marsch in the January transfer window by signing three players for potentially £100M: Weston McKennie, Georginio Rutter and Maximilian Wöber.

They also brought in assistant head coach Chris Armas. Marsch was sacked two weeks later.

The game is cruel :cry:


Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney is reportedly interested in becoming the manager of Premier League strugglers Southampton after the job became available at the weekend.

Nathan Jones was relieved of his duties on Sunday by the Saints following the club’s 2-1 defeat at Molineux and that left the Premier League strugglers stuck to the bottom of the table.

According to talkSPORT, Rooney, who is currently in charge of MLS side DC United, would love the chance to return to English football with Southampton; with Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard’s names also put forward by talkSPORT’s Alex Crook.



Tottenham Hotspur are not overly keen on extending Antonio Conte’s contract.

That’s according to a recent report from Football Insider, who claims the Italian is more likely to leave the Lilywhites at the end of the season than he is to renew his deal and stay on.

Consequently, there is a feeling that Daniel Levy will need to find and hire another new permanent manager, and according to these latest reports, one man who has impressed the chairman is Brighton and Hove Albion boss Roberto De Zerbi.


Steven Gerrard has been touted as a possible name to replace Christoph Galtier as PSG boss if he is sacked at the end of the season.

This is according to ex-Liverpool defender Gregory Vignal, who says that Gerrard is more than ready to start a new project after being out of a job for a while.

“I’m pretty sure that Steven is ready to crack on again. I think he is strong enough mentally to start a new project,” Vignal told Scottish Daily Express.

“Why not Paris Saint-Germain? They have been talking about him. I am sure he can get a good job soon whether that is in the Premier League or abroad.”

It’s certainly a big claim from Vignal, with Gerrard being dismissed as Aston Villa boss in October having guided the club to just one win in their opening 12 league games, while his previous job was at Rangers, so perhaps a move to a side that are seriously intent on Champions League glory may not be the right move for Gerrard at this time.

  • cott Parker was sacked by Bournemouth on August 30.
  • Tuchel lost his job on September 7.
  • Sinisa Mihajlovic was the first manager to be sacked in Serie A in 2022-23.
  • Domenico Tedesco was the first Bundesliga manager to lose his job.

Marco Silva has emerged as a candidate to replace Antonio Conte as Tottenham boss should the Italian depart in the summer.

Conte’s contract at Tottenham is set to expire in the summer and with fans growing impatient over disappointing results and poor performances, it is looking very likely that he will move on at the end of the campaign.

As a result, SunSport report that Fulham boss Silva has been tipped to replace the Italian in the summer.

The Portuguese had transformed Fulham this season as they sit 9th, nine points off 4th place while playing some very attractive football to get them in the position they are.

Sacked by Everton in 2019, Silva’s reputation as a manager took a huge hit but he has recovered superbly, winning the Championship last season and getting a league record 43 goals out of Aleksandar Mitrovic in the process.


:rotating_light: | 𝐁𝐑𝐄𝐀𝐊𝐈𝐍𝐆: Patrick Vieira

Crystal Palace have sacked Patrick Vieira as he’s no longer the head coach after recent results :no_entry::red_circle::large_blue_circle:

:white_small_square: Club’s chairman Steve Parish: “It is with enormous regret that this difficult decision has been made — but we’re now in a precarious league position, we feel this change is necessary”.


Crystal Palace have announced that Patrick Vieira is no longer first team manager after a 12-game winless run and 20 months in charge.


Sevilla have fired head coach Jorge Sampaoli with the club 14th in La Liga and set to face Manchester United in the Europa League quarterfinals next month


:rotating_light: Bayern Munich have SACKED Julian Nagelsmann.

He will be replaced by Thomas Tuchel.

(Source: BILD)


Thomas Tuchel has agreed a deal to become Bayern Munich’s new manager, Fabrizio Romano :red_circle:

  • Julian Nagelsmann was totally surprised by Bayern’s decision. The coach was skiing in Austria on his days off. The bosses came to the conclusion that Nagelsmann was mainly to blame for dropping 10 points this year and being overtaken by Borussia Dortmund [@cfbayern, @altobelli13]

  • Nagelsmann’s perfect CL record so far did not save him. The international break was the perfect opportunity for the bosses to change the coach. They informed Nagelsmann of their decision this evening [@cfbayern, @altobelli13]

  • The club’s bosses saw that the treble was in danger and decided to act before the upcoming big games (BVB, City) [@cfbayern, @altobelli13]

  • In addition, Bayern were afraid that Thomas Tuchel would quickly be gone from the market. The coaching job at Real Madrid could become available in the summer. Tottenham also were interested. The bosses had Tuchel on their sights for several years - now it’s finally happening


2.19 - As Bayern Munich manager, Julian Nagelsmann gained 2.19 points per game on average in the Bundesliga - it’s the fourth best value of all Bayern managers in Bundesliga history. Sacked?


Breaking: Antonio Conte has left Tottenham by mutual consent, the club announced.

Cristian Stellini will take charge for the rest of the season.


OFFICIAL: Leicester part ways with manager Brendan Rodgers after four years at the club


OFFICIAL: Chelsea fire manager Graham Potter after seven months in charge


𝐓𝐇𝐈𝐑𝐓𝐄𝐄𝐍 managers have been fired in the Premier League this season :v:


OFFICIAL: Tottenham fire interim manager Cristian Stellini after losing 6-1 to Newcastle at the weekend :flushed:

Ryan Mason will take over as their second interim manager of the season


Former Chelsea and Brighton manager Graham Potter is reportedly being eyed up as a possible candidate to become the next manager of Ligue 1 side Nice.

The Englishman is currently out of work following a difficult spell in charge of Chelsea, and it remains to be seen what kind of level he’ll return to next once he does get back to management.

While there’s no doubt Potter looked superb during his time in charge of Brighton, it seems the move to Chelsea was too much for him.

Still, Nice could be an interesting option, and it seems they’re eyeing him up as one of a number of candidates for the job, according to Nice-Matin.