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Premier League managers want similar transfer windows like players for 'changing club' or 'getting sacked'

Published at :February 26, 2024 at 12:22 AM
Modified at :February 26, 2024 at 12:22 AM
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Rajarshi Shukla

Premier League managers demand stability in their jobs

Top managers are prepared to advocate for treating managers the same as players, meaning they should only switch teams during transfer windows.

A few seasoned Premier League executives desire that the League Managers Association advocate for a modification in the regulations regarding the timing of dismissals.

Many people think it would be preferable if clubs could only fire players in the summer or in January because they feel like dismissals are too simple.

“Players have contracts and rules that mean they are not moved outside of the windows,” stated a prominent gaffer. For us, it ought to be the same. This season, the LMA has seen a number of members join and leave as teams decide it’s easier to fire the manager than to deal with underperforming players.

Although the EFL has the most turnover, the Prem’s best players may also enter the fray. So far this season, the Premier League has seen an unusually low number of sackings.

There were fourteen firings in the previous year, including Patrick Vieira, Thomas Tuchel, and Antonio Conte.

However, just four managers have been fired or left with mutual agreement this season. On the opening night of the season, Julen Lopetegui quit, and Gary O’Neil took his place. So far, O’Neil has been an enormous hit for the Old Gold.

Little has changed since then, with Paul Heckingbottom being the first Sheffield United employee to lose his job.

Despite having the support of the Nottingham Forest supporters, Steve Cooper came next, and Nuno Espirito Santo took his place.

And most recently, despite the fact that the team was already preparing for Oliver Glasner’s arrival, Roy Hodgson announced his resignation as manager of Crystal Palace owing to health concerns.

Should exits during the transfer window become commonplace in the game, Jurgen Klopp might be setting the example by declaring his departure for the summer.

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