In perhaps the most inevitable sacking of all time, manager David Hockaday was fired yesterday evening after just 70 days in charge at Leeds United.
He saw only six fixtures as Elland Road boss but his credentials were questioned from the off, in no small part due a rather uninspiring win-rate of 34% at Conference side Forest Green Rovers.
Hockaday failed to gain the faith of the players, the fans or Leeds owner Massimo Cellino, who relinquished with the 56 year-old’s services after the Whites were knocked out of the Capital One Cup by local rivals Bradford City.
The Yorkshire outfit suffered four losses, picked up four red cards, conceded eleven goals and only scored four times with Hockaday at the helm.
But the past is the past and Massimo Cellino now has the task of finding the next Leeds manager as soon as possible. With that in mind, here’s a list of SIX men who could go on to succeed Hockaday at Elland Road.
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