SECURE (FOR NOW): Ronald Koeman
Last weekend Barcelona were on the wrong side of a 1-0 loss against Getafe, which was their first league defeat under the tenure of new head coach, Koeman.
Luckily for the Blaugrana, Real Madrid also lost that weekend, against Cadiz, which softened the blow a bit.
With both Clasico sides coming into the huge match on Saturday versus each other, neither were enjoying stellar form.
In the end, it was Real Madrid who ran out 3-1 winners in an empty Camp Nou, with Koeman blaming refereeing decisions afterwards.
His job is safe for now, though.
SLIGHTLY INSECURE: Niko Kovac
However, since then he has only won one out of the last five, with their latest defeat coming at the hands of Lyon this past weekend.
Monaco's downturn in form has left them in 12th in the table, and although there is nothing to panic about just yet, he will need to break them from this run of form fairly quickly before the club's trigger happy hierarchy begin to lose patience.
FC have devised an algorithm which tracks news stories and sentiment regarding coaches for the top five leagues in Europe, plus the English Championship. Once a week, we check in with our league-specific experts to reorder the list and change manager status based on the data available.
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- Very Secure
- Slightly Insecure
- Very Insecure
- Unknown (reserved for new appointments)