Brazilian clubs sack more managers than anywhere in world
Brazilian club bosses are the world’s most trigger happy according to a study by Mexican publication El Economista, which showed that Brazilian coaches last an average of just 15 games in their jobs.
Of the ten clubs with the highest total number of managers over the study period of 2002 to 2012, seven were Brazilian, with six of those occupying the top six positions.
Fluminense in first place had been through 41 coaches in the 12 year period, with Nautico and Flamengo not far behind on 39 and 38. Vitoria, Atlético Paranaense, Sport Recife and Grêmio were the other Brazilian clubs to make the list.