Legendary managers such as Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger had long tenures in the Premier League, as the pair are two of the longest-serving coaches in the game with their time at Manchester United and Arsenal, respectively.
Figures like Ferguson and Wenger become synonymous with their club, but others barely lasted long enough to make an impression.
What about the managers who have had the shortest stints in the Premier League? Goal takes a look.
Which managers have had the shortest reigns in the Premier League?
Les Reed's 41 days in charge of Charlton Athletic is the shortest managerial reign in the Premier League, sacked after crashing out of the League Cup against Wycombe and managing just one win in the league.