Premier League next manager sacked 2022-23 odds: Hasenhuttl leads the sack race, Marsch, Lampard and Silva in behind | The Sun

Premier League next manager sacked 2022-23 odds: Hasenhuttl leads the sack race, Marsch, Lampard and Silva in behind | The Sun

July 25, 2022

EVERTON boss Frank Lampard is favourite to be the first managerial casualty of the 2022-23 Premier League season.

That's according to bookmakers Betfair, who've updated their 'Next Manager' market ahead of the new campaign, which begins on August 5th.


Lampard, 44, was available at 13/2 but has shortened significantly to 4/1 after a difficult summer.

The Toffees lost Brazilian star Richarlison to Premier League rivals Tottenham in a deal worth £60million, but haven't replaced him.

Centre-back James Tarkowski arrived from Burnley on a free transfers, but he's the only new recruit at Goodison Park.

Everton narrowly avoided relegation in the 2021-22 campaign, and look set for another tough campaign if reinforcements aren't forthcoming.

Lampard has already had some strong words for his side after their recent 4-0 defeat to MLS outfit Minnesota United.

He said: "Tonight reinforced the situation in terms of what we need to do with the squad, because it has to be stronger that what we saw tonight.

"We know there is a void in forward areas, we are short in numbers there. Also, through the team, there are things I want to strengthen, and I can be honest about that, because a club like Everton has to have a competitive squad."

First Premier League manager to leave

Betfair odds

  • Frank Lampard – 4/1
  • Ralph Hasenhuttl – 5/1
  • Jesse Marsch – 6/1
  • Marco Silva – 7/1
  • Brendan Rodgers – 15/2
  • Bruno Lage – 10/1
  • Scott Parker – 10/1
  • Eddie Howe – 10/1
  • Thomas Tuchel – 14/1
  • Patrick Vieira – 14/1
  • Mikel Arteta – 14/1
  • Steven Gerrard – 16/1
  • Steve Cooper – 16/1
  • Graham Potter – 20/1
  • Thomas Frank – 25/1
  • Antonio Conte – 25/1
  • David Moyes – 25/1
  • Erik ten Hag – 33/1
  • Jurgen Klopp – 66/1
  • Pep Guardiola – 66/1


Ralph Hasenhuttl is next at 5/1.

The 54-year-old replaced Mark Hughes in December 2018 but has never secured a top-half finish during his tenure.

Southampton finished 15th last year, winning just nine games – only relegated trio Norwich, Watford and Burnley won fewer.

They drew on 13 occasions, and lost 16 times with the fourth worst goal difference in the division (-24).

Southampton start with a tricky away trip to Tottenham, before taking on Leeds (H), Leicester (a), Manchester United (H) and Chelsea (H).

Leeds boss Jesse Marsch is next at 6/1 having seen Kalvin Phillips leave for Manchester City and Raphinha join Barcelona.

Fulham's Marco Silva and Brendan Rodgers are next at 15/2, followed by 10/1 trio Bruno Lage, Scott Parker and Eddie Howe.

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is priced at 14/1.

The German didn't hold back with his assessment of his side after their 4-0 defeat to Arsenal in pre-season, and questioned the commitment of his players.

He said: "I think we deserved to lose – which is fair enough – because we were simply not good enough.

"We were absolutely not competitive. The worrying part is the level of commitment, physically and mentally, for this match was not the same, it was far higher for Arsenal than us."





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