With David Hockaday sacked from his position as Leeds United’s head-coach last week, we look at who could be next in line to work under Massimo Cellino.
Neil Redfearn was placed in temporary charge and what better way to start than with a win and a clean sheet at Elland Road. This is the third time Redfearn has been placed in this role but I don’t think he’d take the job full time. He’s got his current role with the club’s youth academy and he’s certainly building something special there. He drafted in Lewis Cook and Alex Mowatt for the Bolton game, the former gaining many plaudits. I do believe if we’re going to appoint someone other than Redfearn, it needs to be done before the Birmingham game in two weeks. Here are some other candidates who I think would be interested in the job.