Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe on Sunday appeared to hint at a potential departure from the club this after going down to Watford.
Hosts Bournemouth headed into the game amid a dismal spell of form of late that had seen them just notch one goal in their last ten league games and the 3-0 drubbing only made their situation worse.
After the game, the English tactician had little to say that would suggest as though he feels confident in his prospects of turning the club’s free-fall around, seemingly hinting at a possible departure from the Vitality in explaining:
Speaking after the game, Howe said: "As a manager, you're always looking at whether you're doing good enough, at whether you're ultimately helping the team. That's something I'll have to reflect on."
Questions have begun to be asked of Eddie Howe and if he is the right guy to save a team this is currently placed 19th with only Norwich City now languishing below the Cherries in the English top-flight.
Already Howe is the favourite among bookmakers to receive the sack with names already being thrown around as possible replacements.
Burnley’s Sean Dyche and former England manager Sam Alladyce are just some of the names that are being linked with the position should the club feel they need a replacement.