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.
Struggling David Moyes desperate to bounce back against West Brom
It is safe to say that West Brom really ruffled the feathers of Manchester United in 2013 after firstly spoiling Sir Alex Ferguson's farewell party by somehow coming back from 3-0 down, then 5-2 down, to remarkably draw 5-5. Then, back in September, the Baggies proceeded to torment the new Red Devils boss, David Moyes, after conjuring up a...Read Post
Pressure now on Roy Hodgson in England squad dilemma
England edged out Denmark 1-0 in their final match before Roy Hodgson names his 23 man England squad, plus seven standby names, on 13 May. The Three Lions boss is undoubtedly under pressure to get it right and admits he faces a selection headache following promising performances from a number of players.Read Post
Garry Monk eyeing survival bonus which may lead to permanent Swansea job
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins is still reportedly undecided on whether he will hand caretaker boss Garry Monk the job on a permanent basis. The veteran defender has been in charge since Michael Laudrup was sacked in early February, but has only just had his contract amended from that of a player to a manager. Jenkins’ decision will...Read Post
Oxford United remain tight-lipped in next manager search
Oxford United chairman Ian Lenagan is keeping his cards close to his chest and refusing to give any details away as the club's agonisingly slow search for a new manager continues. It's now approaching the six week mark since Chris Wilder's shock departure to Northampton, but Lenagan remains resolutely tight-lipped, much to the...Read Post