Leeds have gone through 11 managers in a little over five years
Leeds’ new manager will be their 11th since April 2013, more than any other team in the English league system.
The Championship club parted company with Paul Heckingbottom on Friday, less than four months after his arrival at Elland Road.
Former Barnsley boss Heckingbottom replaced Thomas Christiansen at the start of February, but lost eight of his 16 matches in charge as Leeds finished 13th in the Championship.
Neil Warnock served for just over a year before leaving in April 2013, and his successor Brian McDermott lasted only until May of the following year.
David Hockaday and Darko Milanic also departed before 2014 was out, Neil Redfearn lasted barely six months and Uwe Rosler’s sacking made it four completed reigns inside 16 months. Steve Evans lasted seven months, Garry Monk nearly a year and Christiansen served from June 2017 to February 2018, while Heckingbottom was in charge for just 115 days.
Watford are the only team to rival Leeds in this timeframe, with Javi Gracia becoming their ninth manager in five years when he succeeded Marco Silva.
That total was bumped up by the resignation due to illness of Oscar Garcia after less than a month in charge, but also saw his successor Billy McKinlay sacked after a scarcely believable nine days.