Leeds in crisis, should I leave the baton to a veteran who has ‘only 13 coaching experiences’?

British media ‘The Athletic’ reported on the 30th (Korean time), “Leeds United are considering Sam Allardyce as their new manager.” Head coach Javi Gracia was on the verge of being fired due to poor performance.

Allardyce is a seasoned manager on the English stage. He is best known by the nickname ‘Big Sam’. He has managed England teams a whopping 11 times, including Blackpool, Notts County, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United. He has 12 club manager positions, including acting manager at Preston North End and Limerick FC (Ireland), where he took the first helm in 1991.

In 2016, he took the helm of the England national team. However, he resigned after 2 months. He tried to win a large contract in the name of a law to circumvent the third party ban, which is illegal in England. A third party is a third party other than the club and the player who takes ownership of the player and trades the player like a product or stock. When this was known, he laid down the England baton in disgrace.

Nevertheless, he has since been appointed to Palace, Everton and West Bromwich Albion. It is said that he has an excellent ability to bring out the rebound of the mid-lower teams.

Allardyce resigned after failing to prevent West Bromwich Albion’s relegation in the 2020-21 season. He has been unemployed for about two years since then. ㅋㅋㅋ벳

Here, the possibility of Liz requesting ‘SOS’ increased. Leeds sacked coach Jesse March in February, citing poor performance. Afterwards, he appointed manager Javi Gracia, but it did not improve. Coach Gracia has 3 wins, 2 draws and 6 losses in 11 matches. He was in danger of relegation, sagging to 17th in the league. Hard work is likely after only three months in office.

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