Managerial casualties in England on course to be highest ever this season

• 34 managers have already left their posts since 1 June
• Previous record of 53 dismissals in 2001-02 could be beaten

English football is on course for its highest ever number of managerial casualties after a bleak end to 2015 for the men in charge of its clubs.

The League Managers Association’s Mid-Season Manager Statistics report, which was released on Monday as Scunthorpe boss Mark Robins and Orient’s Ian Hendon became the latest to be shown the door, makes grim reading with the figures suggesting the all-time high of 53 dismissals in 2001-02 could be exceeded by the end of the current campaign.

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