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Next manager of Leeds United

Leeds United is one of the most supported clubs in the country. It's no secret that everyone associated with the club is desperately waiting for a return to the Premier League. The club went through a very bad spell in the last decade and even had to play in the League One but they have been in the Championship since 2010.

Leeds United signed Paul Heckingbottom as their manager on February 2018 on an 18 months contract. He finished the season missing the playoff spot and 13th on the table. After a disappointing reign as the manager, he was sacked in June after managing the club for only 18 matches. He was replaced by the current manager Marcelo Bielsa. He was appointed as the manager in June 2018 on a three-year contract. Marcelo Bielsa has done a good job so far in the Championship 2018/19 as he started the season very well. After six gameweeks, Leeds United sits on top of the table after not losing any of those matches. The fans are expecting their beloved club to finally get promoted back into the Premier League.

But English football can be very unpredictable and if somehow Leeds starts to perform bad, then the club could sack their manager Marcelo Bielsa. If that happens, the managers that could replace him are:

Claudio Ranieri
Previous Club: Nantes

Claudio Ranieri is a fantastic manager with a lot of experience. He has managed many big clubs over his career like Chelsea, Athletico Madrid, Juventus, Roma, Inter and a few more. But the biggest highlight of his career was when he got Leicester City to win the Premier League.  It was nothing less than a miracle but somehow he pulled it off. He was one of the top favorites to replace Heckingbottom as the manager of Leeds but somehow it didn't happen. But if Leeds decides to hire a new manager, Ranieri could be the one they try to convince before anyone else.

Mick McCarthy
Previous Club: Ipswich Town

He left Ipswich Town after five years in charge of the Tractor Boys. He managed Wolves for almost six years before that. McCarthy won the Championship previously with Sunderland in 2005 and Wolves in 2009. Mick is a Leeds United fan and has always had a real soft spot for the club. Many Leeds United fans have wanted him as their number one choice to take the manager job on June.

Steve Bruce
Current Club: Aston Villa

Steve Bruce took his club to the finals of the playoffs for the promotion to the Premier League last season. But his side lost to Fulham on the final which denied Aston Villa a promotion to the Premier League. Leeds United could decide to go with him as their manager if they decide to hire someone new.