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Southampton’s Nigel Adkins gets a sinking feeling as EPL favourite to lose job

Will the Saints man be the first manager out of a job in the EPL this season?

19th September 2012 / Lee A Jackson
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Southampton’s Nigel Adkins may already have a bit of a sinking feeling in his stomach, as the Saints are sat rock bottom of the table without a point to show for their efforts so far. It is worth an early season look at Next Premier League Manager To Leave Post betting. Southampton boss Adkins is trading as 2/1 favourite to be the first man to leave his job this season in the Premier League The season may be only four matches old already, but the Saints have terrible defensive issues which look as if they are going to take a lot of time and money to fix. The Saints have conceded 14 goals in four matches, and while they have put in stirring performances in defeat against Manchester City and Manchester United, the looked out of their depth in a 6-1 defeat against Arsenal last weekend.

Interestingly the man shortest to him in the market is Andre Villa-Boas. The new Spurs boss hasn’t exactly gotten Tottenham racing out of the blocks. It has been steady work, but while they have a terrific midfield, with some of the most Crestview talent around situated in there, up front they haven’t been prolific, with the boss settling on a lone striker. They have frustratingly been throwing away points and although they just picked up their first win of the season against Reading, a side who looked out of their depth too, they should have won by a much more convincing margin than they did. A couple more frustrating matches and Andre Villa-Boas will start feeling the pressure and is trading at 4/1 in the Next Premier League Manager To Leave Post market.

Mark Hughes may also be a man with the eyes of the board burning into his back. Rangers have taken a lot of criticism from their own fans this season and remain without a win. While Southampton have at least offered something going forward, QPR just look very disjointed and have seldom played like a team. Two goals in their opening four matches shows the problems that Hughes has at the club, and his situation could be made worst because he shopped quite actively in the summer transfer market. Wins are going to be hard to come by for Rangers, who look as if they really need a shake up. Mark Hughes is 7/1 to be the first to lose his Premier League managerial status this season.

Next Premier League Manager To Leave Post betting odds at online bookmaker Bet Victor
Nigel Adkins 2/1, Andre Villas-Boas 4/1, Mark Hughes 7/1, Sam Allardyce 7/1, Tony Pulis 14/1, Brendan Rodger 16/1, Roberto Di Matteo 16/1, Chris Hughton 25/1, Paul Lambert 25/1

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