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.
Phil Neville bags assistant job at Valencia
In a surprise move Nuno has named Phil Neville as his new assistant at Valencia. The former Man Utd assistant, who had been working as a TV pundit for the BBC since leaving his post Old Trafford last summer, has decided to throw himself back into coaching, becoming part of Nuno's backroom staff at Los Che.Read Post
Jose Mourinho leads the LMA Manager of the Year 2015/16 betting
The eagerly anticipated 2015/16 English football season may not kick-off for another half-a-dozen weeks, but the betting is already open for the LMA Manager of the Year gong. Last term's award deservedly went to Eddie Howe, who memorably led Bournemouth to the Championship title - and thus promotion to the Premier League - for the first time in...Read Post
Luke Williams, Brian McDermott and Darren Ferguson feature in the Next Swindon Manager Market
Swindon Town boss Mark Cooper is on the verge of being named as Sheffield Wednesday's new head coach, providing the teams can get a move on and sort out a compensation package. As of yet no official agreement has been made, between the clubs however it seems inevitable that Cooper will be named as the man to replace the sacked Stuart Gray.Read Post
Tottenham Fans Review: Spurs moving in the right direction under Mauricio Pochettino
Tottenham Hotspur, to the surprise of absolutely no one, orchestrated another managerial shake-up last summer; neglecting to keep Tim Sherwood at the helm, instead luring in Mauricio Pochettino as his replacement in the White Hart Lane dugout.Read Post