Departure Antonio Conte sets a new record in the Premier League


After the departure of Antonio Conte from Tottenham, the counter of the number of manager changes in the Premier League this season is eleven. This breaks the English league’s record.


In addition to Conte, Scott Parker (Bournemouth), Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea), Graham Potter (Brighton), Bruno Lage (Wolverhampton), Steven Gerrard (Aston Villa), Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton), Frank Lampard (Everton), also left this season. Jesse Marsch’ (Leeds), Nathan Jones (Southampton) and Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace) their club.

The previous record in the Premier League was eleven. This record was first set in the 2013-14 season. Fulham even fired two trainers that season. Martin Jol had to make way for Rene Meulensteen, who was also fired a few months later.

The record set in 2013-14 was matched for the first time in the 2017-18 season in which both Southampton (Claude Puel and Mauricio Pellegrino) and West Brom (Tony Pulis and Alan Pardew) sacked two managers.

The record of ten departures was also equaled last season. Relegation customer Watford, a team that is known anyway for its many trainer changes, then fired Xisco Munoz and Claudio Ranieri. Manchester showed Ole Gunnar Solksjaer the door in November of that season. At the end of the season, however, his successor Ralf Ragnick was also allowed.

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