Stability is the topic up for discussion on Monday night's The Footballers' Football Show.
It's a rare thing in football - only three clubs in England have a manager who has served more than five years with them.
In fact, 52 per cent of clubs are being run by a manager who has been in charge for less than a year.
Why is there such a high turnover when it comes to football management? And why, despite the long-term success enjoyed by the likes of former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, do clubs refuse to stand by their man?
To help us discuss this issue we'll be joined by one of those three managers to have been at his club for longer than five years - Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale.
Alan Curbishley, who was in charge at Charlton for 15 years, and current Notts County CEO Jim Rodwell - who can offer a view from the boardroom - will also be in the studio, alongside host David Jones.
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