If you know a bit of Football then it is inevitable that you must be a religious Premier League follower. Sir Alex has managed to keep up the expectation with his squad at the top of the summit. Steve Clarke’s performance has been commendable with the Baggies being at the third place before being pushed down by Chelsea and Tottenham to the fifth place on the basis of goal difference. Wins have been crucial for every team and mostly for managers. They are the first in line to face the heat of the poor performances of their team. The latest one to lose his job was Chelsea’s Roberto Di Matteo whose eight month stay at Stamford Bridge came to an end following the blue’s 3-0 defeat against Juventus in Turin. In every Premier League match, fans are expected to buy football tickets and turn up in great numbers to cheer for their team and players are obvious to display their best games. Likewise the pressure lies on managers to come up with their new and unique strategies that can help their squad win matches.

Football is a team game and if players, management and fans come as one on fields any match can be won swiftly irrespective of the opponents you are playing against. The poor performance of some of the team’s in this season of Premier League has put in danger the job of many bosses. We have presented below a list of five of them and have tried to analyze the reasons which have brought them to this situation.

Arsene Wenger:- Arsene Wenger has been associated with Arsenal for past sixteen years, his stint has been longer than any other manager with Arsenal. The Frenchman’s association with the English club has been remarkable and he took up the Gunners to victory in numerous occasions. But the fact that the club has not won any crucial trophy since their FA Cup win in 2003-04 might put his stay in danger if they fail to hold on to even the fourth place in the current season of Premier League.

Roberto Mancini:- Mancini’s contract has been revised and has been extended until 2017. Yet the Italian’s stay at the City of Manchester Stadium looks doubtful. His termination could even precede Arsene Wenger’s if his team fails to win matches and retain their top of the table position in the Premier League.

Brian McDermott:- His stay with Reading has not changed club’ fate much. They have been struggling to get up from the bottom position at the Premier League table but unable to do so with their five points. Their matches against 3 teams positioned in the lower half of the table including Norwich City, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa will be crucial and Dermott’s fate remains dependent on the outcome of these matches.
Mark Hughes:- The QPR’s manager left Fulham to improve things with QPR but their performance in the league has been devastating and are the second team without any win. They have got a lot of great players but they aren’t been able to display their games. If Hughes fails to improve the situation he could be terminated any time after the New Year.

Nidgel Adkins: - Southampton board came in Adkins’ favour recently to confirm that his job is save with the club. The club is in the 18th place in the League table and they have got some crucial matches coming up. If Adkins fails to improve the situation before Christmas his stay at St. Mary’s Stadium is definite of getting sceptical.

Author's Bio: 

Jon Gloster is an expert writer associated with various football club league associations. He has given various opinions of Premier league tickets,premier league football tickets, premiership football tickets, Premier league event news and updates. For more information visit http://www.footballticketshop.com/