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Managerial changes at 10-year high in Premier League after Hughes sacked

Managerial changes at 10-year high in Premier League after Hughes sacked
From ESPN - January 8, 2018

Premier League managerial changes are at a 10-year high after Stoke sacked Mark Hughes over the weekend.

Hughes' future had been the subject of speculation for some time and the FA Cup third-round exit to League Two Coventry proved the final straw for the club's owners.

He became the seventh manager to lose his job in the Premier League this season, the most by this stage of the campaign since the 2007-08 season.

That year saw Jose Mourinho's first spell at Chelsea over by September, before Bolton and Tottenham sacked Sammy Lee and Martin Jol respectively in October.

November brought a host of changes, with Chris Hutchings axed by Wigan and Steve Bruce leaving Birmingham to replace him before Billy Davies lost his job at Derby.

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