In the final look at the ante-post Premier League prices, we will examine the first manager to be fired. It has differed season-to-season when it comes to the first Premier League manager fired, with Nuno Espirito Santo being the first chopped last season. However, which manager could be the first to lose his job in the 2022-23 season?

Before Betting On First Manager To Leave Post

An important aspect to consider before betting on this market is the run of games that each club has to begin the season. The feeling around the club heading into the new campaign should also be examined, as well as the track record of clubs when it comes to firing managers early in the campaign.

It is a slight surprise that Ralph Hassenhuttl is the current favorite to leave his role first, as the Saints boss has enjoyed a fine spell with the club during his tenure. It has been a slightly more settled summer at St Mary’s, as they have managed to keep hold of many of their top stars, including James Ward-Prowse.

There will be pressure immediately on Jesse Marsch and Frank Lampard at the start of the season, as both managers begin their first full campaigns with Leeds United and Everton, respectively. Leeds have let go of both Raphinha and Kelvin Phillips, and Marsch will need his new additions to bet in immediately.

Fulham’s Marco Silva will come under pressure given the Cottagers habit of changing managers regularly in the Premier League. During their relegation campaign a couple of years ago, they got through four managers. Meanwhile, Thomas Tuchel is slightly shorter in the market than many would believe given the change in ownership at Stamford Bridge over the summer.

First Premier League Manager To Leave Post Offshore Odds

First Manager To Leave
Ralph Hassenhuttl+500+500
Jesse Marsch+600+600
Frank Lampard+600+600
Marco Silva+800+800
Brendan Rodgers+800+800
Bruno Lage+1000+1000
Scott Parker+1000+1000
Thomas Tuchel+1200+1200

No manager ever wants to be the first to leave their post. However, we can see value in Brendan Rodgers at +800. The Leicester boss oversaw a disappointing campaign last term, and the club are the only side in Europe yet to sign a player in Europe. Things don’t look good at the King Power, and a poor start could lead to Rodgers departing the Foxes.