You're fired! Some football managers sacked in Europe so far this season

Apr 22, 2014, 21:57 IST | Ayan Roy

Hera are some of the managerial departures during the 2013-14 football season in the four premier European leagues -EPL, La Liga, Serie A and Bundesliga

Here are some of the managers who didn't make it through to May...

Managerial casualties in English Premier League

Andre Villas-Boas
Andre Villas-Boas. File Pic/AFP

David Moyes, Manchester United - sacked on 22nd April

Chris Hughton, Norwich City - sacked on 6th April

René Meulensteen, Fulham - sacked on 14th February

Michael Laudrup, Swansea City - sacked on 4th February

Paul Ince, Blackpool - sacked on 21st January

Andre Villas-Boas, Tottenham Hotspur - sacked on 16th December

Steve Clarke, West Bromwich Albion - sacked on 14th December

Martin Jol, Fulham - sacked on 1st December

Paolo Di Canio, Sunderland - sacked on 22nd September

Malky Mackay, Cardiff City - sacked on 27nd December

Italian League: Serie A

Massimiliano AllegriMassimiliano Allegri. File Pic/AFP

Inter Milan sacked Andrea Stramaccioni

Cagliari demoted Ivo Pulga to assistant coach

Genoa sacked Fabio Liverani

Catania sacked Rolando Maran

Sampdoria sacked Delio Rossi

Chievo sacked Giuseppe Sannino

Lazio sacked Vladimir Petković

Bologna sacked Stefano Pioli

AC Milan sacked Massimiliano Allegri

Livorno sacked Davide Nicola

Catania sacked Luigi De Canio

Sassuolo sacked Eusebio Di Francesco and then sacked his replacement Alberto Malesani and brought Eusebio back

Cagliari sacked Diego López

Catania sacked Rolando Maran

Spanish League: La Liga

Osasuna fired José Luis Mendilibar

Betis fired Pepe Mel

Valencia fired Miroslav Đukić

Betis fired Juan Carlos Garrido

Getafe fired Luis García Plaza

German league: Bundesliga

Sami Hyypia
Sami Hyypia. File Pic/AFP

VfB Stuttgart sacked Bruno Labbadia and then Thomas Schneider

Hamburger SV sacked Thorsten Fink and then Bert van Marwijk

FC Nürnberg sacked Michael Wiesinger

Hannover 96 sacked Mirko Slomka

Bayer Leverkusen sacked Sami Hyypiä

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