Date: 30th September 2013 at 6:37pm
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This weekend saw the championships first managerial casualty, with clough getting sacked by Derby county.

But how many more managers could follow Clough in the coming weeks as teams look to strengthen their chances of staying in the Sky Bet Championship

One of those could be tomorrow nights opponent Dougie Freeman. Bolton have not performed as well as some would have expected this season, and are hanging around the bottom end of the table. A loss or draw tomorrow night would keep them in trouble at the bottom end of the table

Millwall manager Steve Lomas could be another casualty, as hey also are around the bottom of the table. Millwalls hopes were made better after two consecutive wins, first at home to Blackpool and then in their local derby game against Charlton.

No matter what happens with other teams, Blackpool will be hoping that the managerial roundabout will not affect them as much as last season, where Holloway went to Crystal Palace and Appleton went to local rivals Blackburn within weeks of replacing Holloway.