It is almost 2015 and, somewhat unfathomably, there has yet to be a managerial departure in the Premier League this season.
Ok, so Tony Pulis did leave Crystal Palace, but this happened in August before a ball was even kicked, and the Welshman left Selhurst Park on his own terms rather than after the trigger was pulled.
But could his successor in south London, Neil Warnock, be the first man to get the old tin tack in the English top-flight this term?
That is what is suggested in the newspapers on Saturday following yet another defeat for the Eagles, who were comfortably overcome by Southampton on Boxing Day. It's now just one win in 12 for Warnock.
Another man up for the chop could be Alan Irvine, a surprise appointment at West Brom in the summer, although Warnock remains the favourite to go with talks already taking place at high level.
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