With the Premiership battle at the bottom of the table hotting up, who do you think will get the chop next?
Avram Grant, Roy Hodgson, Mick McCarthy, David Moyes and many more could easily get the boot within the next two to three weeks. With the banks holding guns to the chairmans head it is too easy to pull the trigger and shoot the manager.
Hodgson is safe, as long as the boardroom battles, at Anfield continue.
My candidate would be for the Birmingham Manager, Alex Mcleish.
Big money spent when new owners came in last season but, not doing well this year. Could they pull the trigger?
Who do you think
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