Everton, Burnley and Leeds are all fighting for their lives at the foot of the Premier League table. All clubs did sack their man in charge, but we believe Leeds are the team to be punished the most as they will be favoritest to be relegated.
Sean Dyche, Rafael Benitez and Marcelo Bielsa are all gone and replaced with Michael Jackson, Frank Lampard and Jesse Marsch. The gap from one manager to another is so major between the Argentinian and the American that we believe it will be a step in the wrong direction.
We all know the old principle of leadership in football as the stone age has been there forever. Sacking a person is the key to movement in the right direction for owners who does not know how to fix it themselves.
Benitez had a short life at Everton and his sack did not come as a surprise. Sean Dyche has not pushed Burnley forward lately and the decision to get him out was a bit of a surprise, but again a change to more open minded approach and playing style could be a way forward at Turf Moor.
Why Leeds as a new and upcoming comet last season decides to sack a man who has his best players out with injuries is a riddle. Phillips and Bamford are key players for Leeds, without them you will struggle.
Marsch has no experience from football in England and not been part of a relegation fight in these waters before and his presence will be difficult so slate in the season. The odds are against Leeds, but still would love to see them survive.
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