In this day and age it seems that no manager except Sir Alex Ferguson has any sort of job security whatsoever (remember when he was supposed to retire in 2001? Apparently nobody reminded him). When men with large egos purchase and own soccer clubs it seems that if a manager doesn't win the sextuple in his first season, knives are being sharpened and someone's head has to roll. Its lubricious, but as poor Rafa Benitez found out at Inter Milan, time is money.
The likes of Ferguson and Wenger are a rare breed of manager. They have endured the hills and valleys of their team's fortunes and are kept on to fulfill their vision. Others haven't been so lucky and it seems that once again the manager merry-go-round will begin this summer as clubs around Europe are shopping for new suits to adorn their dugouts.
From the lights of the Santiago Bernabau to the fists and fury of Celtic Park, here are 10 managers who may find themselves shopping for a new apartment in the fall.