The turnover of Premier League Managers is never ending.
Seemingly all but the select few put on the media ‘at risk’ list if they lose a few matches in a row.
For Arsenal fans that is often one bad result that gets them calling for Arsene Wenger’s head yet again.
Wenger is by far the longest serving of the 20 current Premier League Managers, appointed over 21 years ago.
Next best are Eddie Howe and Sean Dyche, both appointed five years ago in October 2012, for Bournemouth and Burnley respectively.
Rafa Benitez was appointed only 19 months ago and yet he is the 11th longest currently serving.
In fact, in the time that Rafa has been at St James Park, Crystal Palace have had four different managers – Alan Pardew in charge in March 2016 and then Sam Allardyce, Frank de Boer and now Roy Hodgson taking it on.
With Palace still not having a point or goal to their name, Hodgson actually finds himself the bookies’ four favourite as the next to be sacked/leave, Koeman (Everton), Bilic (West Ham), and Shakespeare (Leicester) the three rated most likely.
BBC Sport list of longest serving Premier League Managers:
As you can see, only five of the 20 have been in their jobs for three years or more, remarkable.