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.
Brighton boss Sami Hyypia resigns
Sami Hyypia has become the 14th Championship casualty of the campaign after resigning from his post at Brighton. The under-fire Finn has struggled to adapt to life at the Seagulls, having carved out only one win in his last 18 second-tier games, a sorry streak which leaves them down in 22nd and four points adrift of safety. The south coast club...Read Post
McCoist leaves and a small reprieve for Hyypia - Weekend Roundup
As we reported last week we are still waiting for the managerial merry-go-round to start in the Premier League, managers that have looked easy targets for dismissal have managed to turn things around (Alan Pardew, Paul Lambert etc) leaving the betting market on who will be the first Premier League manager to leave this season wide open.Read Post
The fascinating nature of the 2014/15 Premier League Sack Race
For only the third time in Premier League history we have foraged this far into a season without a single managerial casualty. Despite a flurry of bets on a whole host of gaffers, not one of the 20 bosses who started the campaign in the dugout has wilted under pressure...yet.Read Post
Steve Clarke returns to the dugout with Reading
Reading have appointed Steve Clarke as their new manager at the Madjeski Stadium, less than 24 hours after Nigel Adkins was shown his marching orders. Clarke makes his eagerly anticipated return to the management arena, having been out in the wilderness for a year since suffering the sack at West Brom. The 51-year-old will be instantly tasked with...Read Post