Antonio Conte’s departure from Tottenham was the 11th in the Premier League in England this term, a record for in-season managerial changes.
The Italian’s exit from Tottenham by mutual consent was announced by the club on Sunday evening via a statement.
Conte’s assistant, Cristian Stellini, was placed in charge until the summer.
Here is a look at this season’s departures and how the tally compares to past seasons.
Scott Parker took Bournemouth to promotion last season but did not even see out their first month back in the English Premier League (EPL) after a 9-0 defeat to Liverpool.
A shock UEFA Champions League defeat to Dinamo Zagreb prompted Chelsea to dismiss Thomas Tuchel. Brighton boss Graham Potter was lured to replace him.
Wolves moved on from Bruno Lage early in the month, before Steven Gerrard was dismissed by Aston Villa.
Southampton’s struggles saw Ralph Hasenhuttl sacked and replaced by Nathan Jones.
Everton’s ongoing relegation fears cost Frank Lampard his role at Goodison Park.
Leeds United ended Jesse Marsch‘s unhappy spell in charge before, a week later, Jones became the second Saints casualty of the season after just three months in charge.
Crystal Palace sacked Patrick Vieira after a 12-match winless run before Conte‘s increasingly fractious relationship with Spurs came to an end.
Eleven in-season departures breaks the record of 10, set on three previous occasions in the Premier League era.
The 2013/2014 campaign was the first to hit double figures, with Fulham contributing two to that total as first Martin Jol and then Rene Meulensteen were shown the door.
West Brom and Tottenham’s in-season appointments, Pepe Mel and Tim Sherwood respectively, lasted only until the end of the season.
Spurs then lured Mauricio Pochettino from Southampton, taking the season’s final total to 13.
There were a record 15 in total in 2017/2018, with again 10 coming during the season.
These included two each from Southampton (Claude Puel and Mauricio Pellegrino) and West Brom (Tony Pulis and Alan Pardew).
West Ham, Everton, Stoke and Swansea each made a second change when the season concluded, while Arsene Wenger resigned from his long reign at Arsenal.
Last season was the other to see 10 managers jettisoned during the season, including both Xisco Munoz and Claudio Ranieri being flung off the ever-erratic Watford roundabout.
An 11th departure came at the end of the season as Manchester United’s interim boss Ralf Rangnick, appointed in November to succeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, left Old Trafford.
There have been three separate instances of nine in-season departures, in 1994/1995 – when there were still 22 clubs in the Premier League – 2004/2005 and 2008/2009.\