Manchester United and Bayern Munich are the two biggest names with Jose Mourinho and Nico Kovac respectively under pressure. United fans will be hoping Mourinho can turn things around at the club and that this Newcastle game is the starting point for a fantastic comeback.
Jose Mourinho's men are eighth on the table and will travel to Stamford Bridge to battle high flying Chelsea.
Ability wise, the Ivorian is clearly United's best defender, but his play style has not been suited to Mourinho's rigid structure lately.
Mourinho appeared to be letting off steam in front of the television cameras as he headed towards the tunnel after watching his United side come from two goals down to beat Rafael Benitez's team in stoppage time.
While Mourinho's Reds celebrated, second-bottom Newcastle let a first win of the season slip out of their grasp.
After surrendering two early goals at Old Trafford, United fought back to win the game - goals from Juan Mata and Anthony Martial drawing them level before Alexis Sanchez ended his own goal drought with a stoppage time victor. "I don't want that".
"At half-time we were losing 2-0 and the fans were magnificent to the team".
"I will say that today the victory is a pride victory". Mourinho would nearly certainly turn the matter over to his expert legal team and the Mirror says that with "built-in loyalty payments, signing fees and other agreements on top of his £14.5m-a-year annual salary, that amounts to a whopping £29m".
One win over a struggling side will convince nobody, but United were hugely impressive in the last half hour and had bombarded the away goal before Mata's breakthrough. "They had four attackers and it was hard to defend against a very good team". He was the only Manchester United player who had showed any bottle in a team who, at one stage, became frightened of their own shadows against Newcastle.
The club have since moved to rubbish those reports which failed materialise.