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It’s been a, let’s say, different (?!) Premier League season so far.
Liverpool are really, really good and well ahead of big-spending Manchester City, and there’s a host of traditionally smaller clubs really punching above their weight based on their standing in the table and recent results.
That inevitably means, though, that other clubs are suffering. The traditional ‘big six’ looks in big danger of being interrupted come May, with the form of teams you’d usually expect to be in the Champions League mix leaving a lot to be desired.
We’re getting to that time of year where clubs will start to lose patience with underperformance. Javi Gracia has left Watford already, but there can’t be too long to wait before the next Premier League boss gets the chop.
Here’s seven bosses most at risk – as predicted by the 90min team.
Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton)
By Krishan Davis
Herr Hasenhuttl made a flying start to life in the driving seat at St Mary’s, but it seems his Southampton project has run out of steam.
The Austrian’s appointment had the desired effect when he replaced Mark Hughes in December last year, quickly reaping the rewards of his work as his high-energy style of play produced a first victory in three months. Although they stalled towards the end of the season, Hasenhuttl was able to haul the Saints to safety.
However, an underwhelming transfer window and two wins in nine games this season means he is in trouble, with his side dangling perilously over the relegation zone – only outside of it on goal difference.
Marco Silva (Everton)
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