Every summer, there is a wave of managerial changes that sweeps the top league of Europe and many other teams around the world.
Impatient owners easily grow weary of men who are leading their clubs into stagnation or failure (whether this is perceived or real), and many managers are unceremoniously dismissed from their positions annually.
Many times, one can see change on the horizon without being involved with the club itself. If there is a late-season collapse, the team has not performed up to expectations or there is public friction with the management of the club, the boss is likely on his last legs.
With that in mind, let's take a look at 10 clubs that will undergo a painful transition managerial transition this summer.