After the first half of the season, many clubs in La Liga, the Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 lost their patience with the coaches.
At the five biggest national championships in the world, the clubs fired 28 coaches, up 18% from the 23 coaches at the same time last season.
Serie A has many coaches losing the most in the first half of this season, with 9 people. The Italian championship is not really famous for long-time coaches, but the presidents are tending to be more aggressive than usual. The nine dismissed coaches are also the biggest number of Serie A since 2012.
Premier League ranked second, with six coaches losing their jobs. Compared to the same period last year, this number is more than twice.
La Liga came in third, with five coaches losing their jobs. In the top five leagues, La Liga is the only league with fewer coaches losing jobs than the previous season.
The Bundesliga and Ligue 1 both had four coaches dismissed. In particular, Bayern is the only national champion in five major tournaments to dismiss the coach.
The dismissals had some certain influence. For example, AC Milan is no longer the same after Ancelotti left. Apart from the 2011 Serie A championship won with Max Allegri, the red and black striped shirt has no title to compare with Juventus and the big teams.
The team has won the European Cup C1/Champions League seven times even many seasons do not attend the European Cup, due to the decline in performance and violations of the Financial Fair law.
At the beginning of the 2019-2020 season, also due to poor performance, AC Milan had to fire coach Marca Giampaolo. New coach Stefano Pioli has improved, but has only won one in five matches.
28 coaches lost their jobs at the beginning of the season in five major tournaments
Eusebio Di Francesco (Club Sampdoria), Thiago Motta, Aurelio Andreazzoli (Genoa), Marco Giampaolo (AC Milan), Igor Tudor (Udinese), Eugenio Corini, Fabio Grosso (Brescia), Carlo Ancelotti (Napoli), Vincenzo Montella (Fiorentina).
Quique Sanchez Flores, Javi Gracia (Watford), Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham), Unai Emery (Arsenal), Marco Silva (Everton), Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham).
Marcelino (Valencia), David Gallego, Pablo Machin (Espanyol), Mauricio Pellegrino (Leganes), Fran Escriba (Celta Vigo).
Niko Kovac (Bayern Munich), Achim Beierlorzer (Koln), Sandro Schwarz (Mainz), Ante Covic (Hoffenheim).
Ghislain Printant (Saint Etiene), Sylvinho (Lyon), Alain Casanova (Toulouse), Leonardo Jardim (Monaco).