Leeds United sacked boss Darko Milanic after just 32 days in charge.
Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has sacked boss Darko Milanic after just 32 days in charge of the Elland Road outfit.
The controversial Italian has made a number of changes since taking over the Whites earlier this year including that of the manager.
Former Reading coach Brian McDermott was sacked and succeed by the unknown David Hockaday who lasted a mere five matches in charge.
After youth team coach Neil Redfearn stepped in and steadied the ship, Darko Milanic was later appointed only to see his contract terminated after just 32 days in the managerial hot-seat.
The Slovenian coach oversaw just six matches, and here are the numbers of his tenure which was ultimately terminated following a 2-1 home loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers yesterday afternoon.
|Played||Goals||Shots On Target||Shots Off Target||Chances Created in Open Play||Set Piece Chances||Corners Won|
|Played||Goals Conceded||Tackles Won||Interceptions Won||Effective Clearances||Errors Leading To Shots||Errors Leading To Goals||Clean Sheets|
|Played||Touches||Total Passes||Accurate Passes||Pass Completion||Backward Passes||Fwd Passes||Avg Possession Percentage|
Darko Milanic's six-game winless run has left the Leeds lying in 18th spot in the Championship, five appoints above the drop zone and seven points adrift of the top six.
Neil Redfearn is to once again take charge of first team affairs and the bookies have made him the massive favourite to land the job after impressing during his short reign earlier in the season.