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English Manager sacked TWICE in ONE Season

Fleetwood Town fired manager Lee Johnson after just 111 days in charge of the team.

The Englishman is not new to this kind of situations, he had been fired by Scottish club Hibernian earlier in the season, making it a second firing in one season.

After leading Hibernian to the bottom of the Scottish Premiership, Johnson was fired by the team. A month after his dismissal, he was hired again by Fleetwood, taking Scott Brown’s place.

Out of 22 games in charge at Fleetwood, he managed only four wins. The 42-year-old led the team to the league’s second-bottom spot.

Fleetwood took the call following their 2-0 loss to Bolton on Friday. The supporters were growing irritated as their team was losing games and their performance was declining every week.

The team has lost its last nine games in all competitions, and during that time, they have also lost the FA Cup and crashed out the EFL. Nothing could have kept Johnson in his job after the team had managed only two points in seven league games.

Charlie Adam, a former midfielder for Liverpool and Scotland, has been named as the new head coach of Fleetwood.

Adam has been assisting Burnley’s U21 players as well as managing their loans.
After Johnson and Brown this season, he becomes their third boss.

Yachiga Tavershima
Yachiga Tavershima
Soccer Blogger with a keen eye for detailed reportage. I bring the latest drama in the most dramatic way


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