These managers were only at the clubs for a short time before they were sacked due to various reasons.

Managing a football team is a very competitive and demanding job. Managers are expected to achieve great results right away. If their team does not perform well, they are often the first ones to be fired.

Some managers have different ideas than the people in charge and others don’t have a clear plan. Some managers have also lost their job because the club is quick to make changes.

Let’s look at the list of managers that were sacked in the Premier League this season.

8. Nathan Jones, Southampton

Southampton become the first side in Premier League 2022-23 to sack two managers. Taking over from Ralph Hasenhüttl. Jones could not turn around the club’s fortune, just one win in 9 games meant that the Welsh manager also faced the sack. The Saints are well and truly in the relegation battle and need to start putting points on the board if they want to stay in the English top flight next term.

7. Jesse Marsch, Leeds

On February 28, 2022, Marsch was named as the head coach of Leeds United. He signed a three-year contract following the departure of Marcelo Bielsa. Marsch helped Leeds United avoid being relegated in the 2021-2022 season, leading them to a 17th place finish. However, in the current season, the team is in 17th place and has only won 4 matches so far. Due to these poor results, the club fired Marsch on February 6, 2023. His final match as head coach was a 2-1 loss against Brentford.

6. Frank Lampard, Everton

Lampard was appointed as the manager of Everton Football Club, on January 31, 2022, following the dismissal of Rafael Benitez due to bad results. In the 2021-2022 season, Lampard helped Everton avoid being relegated and led the team to a 16th place finish. This season, the club is once again facing the risk of relegation. With a run of one win in 11 matches, the club sacked Lampard on January 23, 2023. His last match as manager was a 2-0 loss to West Ham.

5. Ralph Hasenhüttl, Southampton

Hasenhüttl became the manager of Southampton on December 5, 2018, replacing Mark Hughes. Hasenhüttl guided Southampton to safety from the relegation zone and led the team to a 16th place finish in the 2018-2019 season. However, during the 2022-2023 season, the team’s performance was lacking and they had accumulated only 12 points after 14 games. On November 7, 2022, Southampton parted ways with Hasenhüttl. His final game as manager was a 4-1 loss to Newcastle United.

4. Steven Gerrard, Aston Villa

Gerrard took over as head coach of Aston Villa on November 11, 2021. In the 2021-2022 season, the team finished 14th. However, the start of the 2022-2023 season was rough for Villa as they only won two of their first twelve games. Due to the poor results, the club fired Gerrard on October 20, 2022. His final match as manager was a 3-0 loss to Fulham.

3. Bruno Lage, Wolverhampton Wanderers

On June 2021, Lage was appointed as the new head coach of Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers after Nuno Espírito Santo left. During the 2021-22 season, he led the team to a 10th place finish. However, the 2022-23 season did not started well as the club was in 18th place after 8 league matches. Following the poor results the club sacked Lage on October 2, 2022. Lage’s last game was a 2-0 loss against West Ham.

2. Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea

Tuchel was named Chelsea head coach in January 2021, replacing Lampard. In his first season, Chelsea achieved a top 4 league finish, reached the FA Cup final, and won the Champions League. The following season, Chelsea made it to the finals of both domestic cup competitions, reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League, emerged victorious in the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup, and secured a top 4 position in the league. However, during the 2022-23 season, poor results led to Tuchel’s dismissal on September 7, 2022 after winning only 3 games in the first 6 league matches. His final game was a Champions League match against Dinamo Zagreb, ending in a 1-0 defeat.

1. Scott Parker, Bournemouth

Parker became the head coach of AFC Bournemouth, replacing Jonathan Woodgate, on June 28, 2021, the day his departure from Fulham was official. In his debut season, he guided Bournemouth promotion back to the premier league as his side finished 2nd in the championships. Bournemouth opened the 2022-23 season with a victory, but subsequently lost three consecutive games by an aggregate score of 16-0. Parker was fired by the club on August 30, 2022, as a result of his bad performance. His last game was a 9-0 thumping defeat against Liverpool.

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**This article was last updated on 13 Feburary 2023.