Sheffield Wednesday are heading for another managerial mistake if reports on this 47-year-old are to be believed…
Dejphon Chansiri is looking for his fifth manager in three years after the sacking of Tony Pulis last month.
He won just one of ten matches during his seven-week tenure and was given his marching orders over a combination of on and off the field issues.
It’s claimed that Weiler is being considered for the role.
There have been signs that the Thai chairman will be looking abroad for their next manager. He remained coy and didn’t rule out that possibility in a recent press conference whilst Josh Windass’ father, Dean, told Football FanCast that he had heard similar this week.
We’ve seen both sides of the spectrum with an appointment in this sense. Carlos Carvalhal came in and guided the Owls to back-to-back playoff campaigns, but he had decent pedigree prior to the switch having managed some of Portugal and Turkey’s top clubs.
The same can’t be said for Weiler and indeed, he seems more like the next Jos Luhukay than the next saviour.
Lukuhay arrived with two titles in Germany’s second-tier, which is in some was comparable to the Championship, but he was ever so quickly found out as he lasted less than a year in the job.
The 47-year-old has enjoyed success with Anderlecht, thought to be one of Belgium’s best sides and more recently, Al Ahly in Egypt. Neither show why he’d be fit for a relegation scrap in England.
Chansiri is better off appointing someone with a proven track-record because if he gets this one wrong, there’s a serious chance the Owls will drop down into League One for the first time since 2012.
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