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In Pics | From Frank Lampard to Carles Cuadrat, Top Football Managerial Sacking in Last 2 Seasons

In Pictures: As Frank Lampard gets sacked by Chelsea, here's a look at some of the top football managerial sacking in the last two seasons.

Football | News18 Sports | January 25, 2021, 9:00 pm
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 <em>Frank Lampard (Chelsea - 2020-21): Lampard is the latest high-profile managerial sacking in the world of football with Chelsea in the ninth place on the Premier League table. (Photo Credit: Reuters)</em>
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Frank Lampard (Chelsea - 2020-21): Lampard is the latest high-profile managerial sacking in the world of football with Chelsea in the ninth place on the Premier League table. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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 <em>Carles Cuadrat (Bengaluru FC - 2020-21): Cuadrat and BFC parted ways after a terrible start to the Indian Super League (ISL) 2020-21 season for the former champions. (Photo Credit: ISL)</em>
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Carles Cuadrat (Bengaluru FC - 2020-21): Cuadrat and BFC parted ways after a terrible start to the Indian Super League (ISL) 2020-21 season for the former champions. (Photo Credit: ISL)

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 <em>Thomas Tuchel (PSG - 2020-21): Tuchel was sacked by PSG less than three months after taking them to their first UEFA Champions League final and a domestic treble in the 2019-20 season. (Photo Credit: Reuters)</em>
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Thomas Tuchel (PSG - 2020-21): Tuchel was sacked by PSG less than three months after taking them to their first UEFA Champions League final and a domestic treble in the 2019-20 season. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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 <em>Slaven Bilic (West Bromwich Albion - 2020-21): Bilic was in charge at West Brom for only 18 months. He was sacked after collecting only seven points from their opening 13 games. (Photo Credit: Reuters)</em>
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Slaven Bilic (West Bromwich Albion - 2020-21): Bilic was in charge at West Brom for only 18 months. He was sacked after collecting only seven points from their opening 13 games. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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 <em>Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur - 2019-20): Pochettino was shown the door by Tottenham just months after guiding them to their first UEFA Champions League final. (Photo Credit: Reuters)</em>
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Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur - 2019-20): Pochettino was shown the door by Tottenham just months after guiding them to their first UEFA Champions League final. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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 <em>Niko Kovac (Bayern Munich - 2019-20): Kovac was sacked by Bayern after suffering their worst Bundesliga loss in decade -- a 5-1 loss to Eintracht Frankfurt. (Photo Credit: Reuters)</em>
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Niko Kovac (Bayern Munich - 2019-20): Kovac was sacked by Bayern after suffering their worst Bundesliga loss in decade -- a 5-1 loss to Eintracht Frankfurt. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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 <em>Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham United - 2019-20): Pellegrini, who guided West Ham to a respectable 10th place finish in the Premier League in his first season, was sacked after the team fell to the 17th place in the standings. (Photo Credit: Reuters)</em>
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Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham United - 2019-20): Pellegrini, who guided West Ham to a respectable 10th place finish in the Premier League in his first season, was sacked after the team fell to the 17th place in the standings. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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 <em>Unai Emery (Arsenal - 2019-20): Emery was let go by Arsenal after results and fans went completely against him. (Photo Credit: Reuters)</em>
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Unai Emery (Arsenal - 2019-20): Emery was let go by Arsenal after results and fans went completely against him. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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 <em>Sergio Lobera (FC Goa - 2019-20): Lobera's contract was terminated by FC Goa with just a couple of games left in the league stage of the ISL last season, despite the club being on top of the table. It was the end of almost a 3-year relationship. (Photo Credit: ISL)</em>
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Sergio Lobera (FC Goa - 2019-20): Lobera's contract was terminated by FC Goa with just a couple of games left in the league stage of the ISL last season, despite the club being on top of the table. It was the end of almost a 3-year relationship. (Photo Credit: ISL)

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