Surprisingly, there has only been three Premier League managerial casualties so far this campaign; compared to the five at this same stage last season.
It seems that Premier League chairmans are growing increasingly impatient with their employers, just look at the Swansea City hierarchy.
Two of the three sackings this season have come from the Welsh club (Francesco Guidolin and Bob Bradley) both coming within the space of three months.
This is after the Swans had sacked Gary Monk just last term, many now believing that to be a mistake.
Thanks to Steve Parish (Crystal Palace) and Huw Jenkins (Swansea), we have been treated to two Premier League managerial casualties within five days, given Alan Pardew’s exit at The Eagles, presenting the perfect opportunity for Shoot! to review the possible candidates who will be next in the firing line…