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Premier League managerial departures this season

Moyes and Allardyce added to the scrapheap

  • David MoyesImage Credit: AFP
  • Sam AllardyceImage Credit: AP
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Sam Allardyce and David Moyes became the latest Premier League managers to leave their jobs on Wednesday to take the total number of departures to 12 over the past 12 months.

There will not be many fans of either club shedding too many tears over this latest news, but there have been plenty of knee-jerk decisions concerning the Premier League hot seats. Should De Boer have been given longer at Palace? Were West Ham harsh on Bilic? Who knows? One thing is for sure, becoming a boss in the English top flight is rarely a long-term career move.

Top-flight managerial changes in 2017-18:

• Frank De Boer (Crystal Palace) — Sacked on September 11, 2017
• Craig Shakespeare (Leicester) — Sacked on October 17, 2017
• Ronald Koeman (Everton) — Sacked on October 23, 2017
• Slaven Bilic (West Ham) — Sacked on November 6, 2017
• Tony Pulis (West Bromwich Albion) — Sacked on November 20, 2017
• Paul Clement (Swansea) — Sacked on December 20, 2017
• Mark Hughes (Stoke) — Sacked on January 6, 2018
• Marco Silva (Watford) — Sacked on January 21, 2018
• Mauricio Pellegrino (Southampton) — Sacked on March 12, 2018
• Alan Pardew (West Bromwich Albion) — Sacked on April 2, 2018
• Sam Allardyce (Everton) — Sacked on May 16, 2018
• David Moyes (West Ham) — Left on May 16, 2018

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