Leeds United has been ranked the second most dangerous club to manage in English football says a report conducted by the BBC. In the past few seasons the Championship side has gone through several managers, which coincided with the arrival of owner Massimo Cellino in 2014.
The BBC have released a report showing the number of managers that have lost their job since the 2012/13 season up to present day.
In total, nearly 200 managers have been sacked in the past 4 seasons ,with Charlton Athletic leading the way in the number of dismissals in this period. The south London side have parted ways with 7 coaches since 2012, and are closely followed by Leeds United and Leyton Orient.
Leeds United and Leyton Orient have shown 6 managers the door with most of the Leeds sackings coming since Cellino bought the club. The former Cagliari president was labelled the ‘manager eater’ in his home country, and has lived up to this nickname since arriving in England.
The likes of Uwe Rosler, Neil Redfearn and Brian McDermott have been sacked by Cellino in recent seasons, although at the moment it seems the Italian has finally got it right with Garry Monk. After a shaky start to the season Monk has turned things around at Leeds United and they look good for a play-off spot this season.