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FOUR Premier League bosses on brink of sack with Slaven Bilic favourite to go next

Bilic moved a step closer to the axe after a horrific 1-4 loss at home to Liverpool this evening
 

Four Premier League bosses are on the brink of being sacked after a disastrous set of results today.

Slaven Bilic moved a step closer to the axe after a horrific 4-1 loss at home to Liverpool on Saturday evening.


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Slaven Bilic is a step closer to the sack after West Ham were hammered 1-4 by Liverpool

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Slaven Bilic is a step closer to the sack after West Ham were hammered 1-4 by Liverpool

The Hammers fans have been calling for his head for a number of years now, and it seems like only a matter of when, not if he goes.

But Bilic is far from the only one feeling the heat.

Tony Pulis is also under pressure after his West Brom side slid to a 1-0 loss at ten-man Huddersfield.

Pulis and West Brom lost at Huddersfield

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Pulis and West Brom lost at Huddersfield

The Baggies have been on a shocking run of form, having not won in their last ten matches in all competitions.

Paul Clement is also closing in on the chop after his Swansea side lost 1-0 against newly-promoted Brighton.

Mauricio Pellegrino is under pressure with Southampton losing at home today

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Mauricio Pellegrino is under pressure with Southampton losing at home today

Paul Clement shows his frustration with Swansea in the Premier League relegation zone

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Paul Clement shows his frustration with Swansea in the Premier League relegation zone

The South Wales side are in the Premier League drop zone, and look like prime candidates to be relegated this season.

And Mauricio Pellegrino is another manager in the firing line as Southampton struggle to kick-on this campaign.

The Saints lost 1-0 to a late Burnley winner and are on a poor run at present.

Despite this, Eddie Howe had a reprieve as Bournemouth beat Newcastle at St James’ Park.


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