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The coaching sack race

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  • Managerial heads often roll when players fail to deliver glory for the team
  • Fanzone selects the most precariously positioned coaches in world football
  • Have your say with who should appear in the list in the Sound Off below
By James Montague
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(CNN) -- Who would be the coach of a football team? In a business driven by results along with the fickle nature of team owners and capricious loyalties of fans - job security is not a phrase normally linked with the post of football coach.

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Have your say on the latest debates in world football in Fanzone.

Each season sees new managerial heads roll as players fail to deliver the performances needed to ensure team glory. In the game of managerial snakes and ladders, the climbs are tough just as the falls from grace are sudden.

Fanzone looks at the world's most precariously positioned coaches who are hoping to avoids the perils of the coming campaign to keep their jobs.

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