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.
Filippo Inzaghi on the rocks at struggling AC Milan
Filippo Inzaghi is desperately clinging onto his job at AC Milan after the Italian giants were booted out of the Coppa Italia at the hands of 10-man Lazio, who came away from the San Siro with a 1-0 win. Inzaghi headed into the crunch clash under immense pressure, which has only heightened following the club's disappointing exit.Read Post
Gillingham's lengthy search for a new boss continues with Shefki Kuqi under consideration
Shefki Kuqi is the latest manager to be linked with the Gillingham hot-seat after he was spotted at Priestfield on Saturday, as the Gills registered back-to-back victories for the first time since March. As a result the FC Honka boss has seen bookmakers Sky Bet slash his odds from a 33/1 outsider to a series 5/1 shot, as the former Finland striker...Read Post
Which manager in the Premier League will be shown the door next?
Currently there are three managers that the bookies are keeping an eye on in the next Premier Manager to be sacked betting market; making up the list are QPR boss Harry Redknapp, Hull City's Steve Bruce and Paul Lambert from Aston Villa. We take a look at each of the managers and assess their chances of survival, adding as many football clich'es...Read Post
John Carver to remain in charge of Newcastle until the end of the season
Newcastle United have confirmed that their caretaker manager John Carver will remain in charge of the first team until the end of the season. The 50-year-old was handed the role at the start of 2015 after Alan Pardew departed the Toon in order to succeed Neil Warnock at Crystal Palace, and now just over three weeks later the Geordie has been...Read Post