Leeds Appoints Sam Allardyce

Leeds Appoints Sam Allardyce

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Sam Allardyce has been appointed Leeds boss until the end of the season after the club sacked head coach Javi Gracia following just two-and-a-half months in charge.

Former England manager Allardyce, who has been out of work since leaving West Brom in May 2021, makes a shock return to football to try and save Leeds from Premier League relegation with only four games of the season remaining.

The 68-year-old faces a daunting run-in that includes a visit to leaders Manchester City, then home games against Newcastle and Tottenham as well as a trip to West Ham.

A club statement reads: “Allardyce has managed over 500 Premier League games in a managerial career stretching 29 years and he brings a wealth of knowledge in fighting for survival, having guided a number of his previous clubs to safety.

Allardyce will be assisted by former MK Dons, Charlton Athletic and Oxford United manager Karl Robinson.”

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