Firing Squad: The Most Under-Pressure Managers from Europe's Top 5 Leagues

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Firing Squad: The Most Under-Pressure Managers from Europe's Top 5 Leagues
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has yet to manage his first match at Cardiff City, but already you could just about put the Norwegian on this list.

Any manager, after all, will be under intense pressure as long as Vincent Tan is running things at the Welsh outfit. Therefore, despite the fact that the Malaysian pursued the former Molde boss as he looked to replace Malky Mackay, it almost certainly won’t take much for Tan to pull the trigger once again.

There has also been a recent development at AC Milan, where manager Massimiliano Allegri announced this week that he won’t be returning to the San Siro next season. No doubt the rumour mill will churn out no shortage of candidates to replace him between now and the spring.

Throughout Europe, the managers of some of the biggest leagues in the world are feeling the heat as calendars for 2014 go up, and the following are five who could be out of work if results don’t come quickly in the new year. 

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