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Prem managers on the hot seat

Could Stoke City manager Mark Hughes be on his way out?

The influx of money and exposure within European football has made the job of manager one of the toughest in the world. The pressure to win and the threat of relegation heighten the importance of even the smallest decisions managers make.

This is especially true in the Premier League, where there are just eight points separating the bottom half of the table and, as a result, are plenty of managers who do not feel safe in their current position. Some of these managers are suffering from bad decisions they made in the transfer market; others are not using their current options to the best of their ability.

Here is a look at four managers who are in particularly tenuous situations at their clubs, along with some of the biggest roster and/or tactical issues they need to fix heading into the final third of the season.

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