When a team struggles, the manager is always the first to go. A lot of times, it's a pretty good manager who's just been kicked to the curb.
And they usually prove that with their next club. See, Hodgson, Roy.
But it's not always unsuccessful managers who are let go.
Harry Redknapp miraculously guided Tottenham from the brink of death to the Champions League quarterfinals in under three years, but just over a year later, after another fourth-placed finish, Redknapp either opted out or was shown the door.
'Arry is back in football in an advisory position with Bournemouth, but he's still got plenty to offer on the touchline, and he isn't the only one.