In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Carlton Palmer has questioned Dejphon Chansiri’s decision to sack Garry Monk earlier this season.
Wednesday were relegated from the Championship last weekend under Darren Moore, who has been the Owls’ third permanent manager in the current campaign.
Moore came in back in March to permanently succeed Tony Pulis, who he himself was brought in as a replacement when he took over from Monk last November.
And Palmer believes all these changes are largely to blame for Wednesday’s relegation to League One, pinpointing Monk’s dismissal as the turning point in the Yorkshire club’s season.
Speaking exclusively to FFC about some of the problems at Hillsborough this term, the ex-England international said:
“Four managers in one season, that doesn’t work in any walk of life. If you keep chopping and changing the person at the top, you’ve got no continuity, you’ve got nothing.
“That doesn’t work. I still don’t know why he sacked Garry Monk.”
Indeed, there has simply been too much instability at Wednesday this season, with Neil Thompson also spending some time in the dugout as caretaker manager prior to Moore’s arrival from Doncaster Rovers.