Even by Premier League standards there has been a surge in pace in the managerial merry-go-round as of late. Tony Pulis' departure from Stoke today makes Alan Pardew now the second longest serving manager in the league. He joined Newcastle in December 2010. This also leaves Brendan Rogers fifth on the list - despite him only joining Liverpool last summer.
Mauricio Pochettino has now seen off seven Premier League managers since he was appointed in January of this year.
Every single manager in the English football league structure has now also undergone at least one managerial change since Arsene Wenger last won a trophy.