Leeds United are preparing to sack Javi Garica after just 2 months into office.
Leeds United manager Javi Gracia is about to lose his job as the team battles for Premier League survival. Victor Orta’s position as the football director came under scrutiny following a board meeting on Monday.
Leeds are considering appointing a third manager this season after losing four of their last five games.
If Leeds decide to part ways with Gracia, they may turn to Lee Bowyer to oversee their squad for the remainder of the season.
Sam Allardyce is in the running for a dramatic managerial comeback, with Leeds considering the former England manager to save their season.
Leeds United are planning to remove Javi Garcia from the JOB
Leeds United are considering firing coach Javi Garcia. The future of the Spanish coach is in doubt after the club’s standing in the Premier League standings. In their last five games, the team has only managed one point. The Peacocks loss to Bournemouth by 4-1 in their previous match. The club’s Supporter Advisory Committee asked that the first team manager be replaced “immediately.”
Currently serving as the Whites’ coach is Javi Garcia, who was hired temporarily. This appointment occurred in February, following the dismissal of Jesse Marsch. With only 13 matches, the Spaniard tactician had to race against the clock. The Whites are only one point ahead of relegation-threatened Leicester City.
Yesterday, Columbian defensive midfielder Jefferson Lerma dashed Leed’s hopes of ending their winless streak. In just 24 minutes, the player scored a brace to double the lead. However, Patrik Bamford scored for the visitors just before halftime. The visitors couldn’t hold on to the equalizer for long as Solamce scores to put them up three goals. Antoine Semenyo scored the final goal in injury time to give the team a three-goal lead.
As of right now, Leeds United’s upcoming game will be against Manchester City. In their last three games, the runners-up in the table have scored more than 10 goals, improving their form. By accepting the challenge to defeat Manchester City under Pep Guardiola, Javi Garcia will try to keep his job.