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New study shows clubs to have most managers in Premier League era – Newcastle edged out

4 years ago

With the sacking of managers getting into gear in the Premier League, a new study has shown which clubs have had the most different backsides in the hot seat.

The study looked at all 20 current Premier League clubs from 1992 to the present day and naturally at one end of the spectrum, you have Brighton and Huddersfield on just one, this being their first Premier League campaign/manager.

At the other end of things you have Southampton, the Saints have had more Premier league managers than any other club with 16, excluding interim appointments.

Whilst they haven’t been shy of sacking managers, Southampton have been raided in recent years with the likes of Pochettino and Koeman tempted away.

Sky Sports have compiled these stats:

In second place though, we proudly have Newcastle United with 15 different Premier League managers (I have listed them below but maybe you’d like to try and recall them all before you look…).

Chelsea and Tottenham are next highest with 13 each, as despite their success, Roman Abramovich does like a regular change.

Newcastle United managers (in order) in the Premier League:

Kevin Keegan

Kenny Dalglish

Ruud Gullit

Sir Bobby Robson

Graeme Souness

Glenn Roeder

Sam Allardyce

Kevin Keegan

Joe Kinnear

Alan Shearer

Chris Hughton

Alan Pardew

John Carver

Steve McClaren

Rafa Benitez


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