10 Managers Unlikely to Remain in the Same Job This Time Next Season

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10 Managers Unlikely to Remain in the Same Job This Time Next Season
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Football management is a career that some may rightly deem one of the most undesirable in the sport, over the years becoming a cauldron of pressure increasingly influenced by fans, club owners and the media.

As spectators, we revel in the successes of a tactician, with Diego Simeone a most prevalent example of how a tactician can earn the appreciation of the masses with their knowledge of the game.

However, it's also a sad truth that those mighty falls from grace garner massive attention in the daily news cycle, with each and every minute of a manager's career critiqued with a fine comb of analysis.

As we near the climax of the 2013-14 campaign, we take a look at some of those managers unlikely to still find themselves in their current position 12 months from now, be it due to their failings, interest from other outfits or other influencing factors.

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