Shortest managerial reigns in Premier League history 2018
Shortest managerial reigns in Premier League? Premier League managers come and go, but do you know the top 10 shortest managerial reigns in Premier League history? These days it’s a rather common thing for managers to be sacked, so you won’t be surprised to find that a few of the top ten were sacked in recent seasons. So here we go starting at 10:
Shortest managerial reigns in Premier League history
10. Paolo Di Canio (Sunderland: 31 March 2013-22 September 2013)
Di Canio was appointed as Sunderland boss during the back end of the 2012/13 campaign.
He had the sole task of keeping the Black Cats in the top flight, which he did successfully, beating huge rivals Newcastle United in the process.
However, Sunderland sat bottom of the table after their first five games of the 2013/14 season, meaning Di Canio packed his bags after just 12 matches in charge.