Well, the Premier League Manager Sack racebarely made it to September as today West Ham United parted ways with Alan Curbishly and Newcastle United's Kevin Keegan out, although the club is denying that Keegan was sacked.
Okay, Curbishly resigned and Keegan's status is a question mark. So I guess technically, neither was sacked (does this mean the sack race is still on?)
Has the premier league become a league where, unless you are very, very lucky (or good in teh case of Sir Alex Ferguson), that your tenure as a club manager is measured in months, not years? What does it mean for the game?