With pressure mounting on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United, here are 11 managers who have already been fired across Europe's top five leagues this season, including two Premier League bosses who were sacked on the weekend.
Click through the gallery above to see 11 managers who have been relieved of their duties in Europe's top five leagues this season, according to Transfermarkt.
It was confirmed on Sunday that Aston Villa had parted ways with head coach Dean Smith following the team's 1-0 loss to Southampton in the Premier League on Friday night.
Despite losing Jack Grealish to Manchester City at the start of the campaign, there was an air of enthusiasm around what the Villans would do this season, particularly after the arrivals of Leon Bailey and Emiliano Buendia.
Villa, however, currently find themselves 16th on the table, having lost seven of their 11 league games since the 2021/22 campaign got underway in August.
Smith's sacking came hours after Norwich City decided to let go of German tactician Daniel Farke, who was reportedly told he would not continue in the role just moments after his side recorded their first league victory of the season.
Last week, Nuno Espirito Santo was sacked as manager of Tottenham Hotspur and replaced with Antonio Conte, while it was Steve Bruce who became the first boss relieved of his duties in England's top division this season following his dismissal from Newcastle United.
Meanwhile, in Serie A, three bosses have already lost their jobs, while there have been three sackings in LaLiga and one in the Bundesliga.
Following United's 2-0 loss to City on Saturday, doubts remain over Solskjaer's future at the 20-time English giants, with certain reports linking Brendan Rodgers and Ralf Rangnick with the job at Old Trafford.
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