Welcome to The Sack Race, a website dedicated to the fascinating world that is football management. By keeping our ears close to the ground and finger on the pulse we provide the latest news from The managerial merry-go-round involving all clubs and managers in England and Europe as well as the International scene. This includes breaking news, the best gossip surrounding which managers are facing the chop and when vacancies become available, we are first with the rumours about which managers are in the frame for the jobs.
Our contacts in the betting industry keep us well informed on every aspect of The Sack Race from odds on which Premier League manager is next to be sacked to where the money is going on the next manager betting when a club is searching for a new boss.
Pressure Beginning To Mount On Alex Niel, While Gary Neville Continues To Struggle
As we now enter the last few months of the season, those in the hot seat are starting to sweat as teams look to safeguard the end of their seasons. Those under the spotlight this week include struggling Valencia Gaffer Gary Neville, Fleetwood Town boss Steven Pressley, and Norwich City Chief Alex Neil. Defeats over the weekend for any of the...Read Post
Neil Warnock returns to the dugout with Rotherham United
Neil Warnock has returned to the managerial arena with Championship strugglers Rotherham United. The veteran gaffer, 67, emerged as the favourite in the betting following Monday's surprise sacking of Neil Redfearn, before putting pen to paper on Thursday, signing a contract until the end of the season.Read Post
Singing the praises of Claudio Ranieri and Eddie Howe
The Sun's Andy Dillon (@andydillon70) looks at the achievementsÂ of both Leicester City'sÂ Claudio Ranieri and Bournemouth's Eddie Howe, and asks whichÂ manager has impressed the most this season...Read Post
Paul Heckingbottom in the frame to succeed Lee Johnson at Barnsley
Barnsley's joint-caretaker boss Paul Heckingbottom has emerged as the odds-on favourite (4/7 with Sky Bet) to succeed Lee Johnson at Oakwell. Heckingbottom, alongside Tommy Wright (3/1), led the Tykes to their seventh successive League One victory on Sunday, 24 hours after it was confirmed that Johnson had departed for Bristol City.Read Post