Every year at the start of the season, there is one discussion going on in the (big) German football community: Which managers will not survive the season with their current clubs?
But after the record in the 2005/2006 campaign, which saw 10 managers not ending the season with the same club they had started it, the number of dismissals decreased.
It is likely that this development will continue, as many clubs facing relegation trouble (e.g. St. Pauli/ Holger Stanislawski or SC Freiburg/ Robin Dutt) are expected to hold on to their managers no matter what.
For a few years now, you can also bet on who will be the first manager fired, and here's my list of the biggest candidates to be gone first.