According to Fars news agency, after Graham Potter and Brendan Rodgers were fired from Chelsea and Leicester City on Sunday, English Premier League teams left a record this season and fired 13 coaches.
On the other hand, Jurgen Klopp, the head coach of Liverpool, is considered the longest-serving head coach among his colleagues in the Premier League this season, with more than seven years on the Anfield bench.
Pep Guardiola is behind Klopp with around seven years, Danish Brentford coach Thomas Frank with around five years and Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta with more than three years.
The interesting points are that Chelsea has changed its head coach twice this season, and Roberto Di Zerbi, the Italian head coach of Brighton, who replaced Potter in September 2022, is the 11th longest-serving manager in the Premier League this year.
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