Leeds part ways with Sam Allardyce on mutual consent after their relegation from the Premier League.
Sam Allardyce was Leeds’ third manager of the season. Allardyce who had not managed since 2021 before replacing Javi Garcia in May. Also read: Erling Haaland: “Winning Champions League is my “biggest dream”.
Allardyce arrived at Elland Road with just four games remaining and has failed in his brief effort to avoid the drop. Leeds were relegated on the final day of the season following a 4-1 defeat to Tottenham. Also read: Premier League: Every Club’s Best Player of The 2022/23 Season
On his departure, the Sam Allardyce told Leeds’ official website: “It has been an honour to manage Leeds United, a great club with an incredible fan base, who deserve to be in the Premier League. I have really enjoyed working with the staff and players at the club and I would like to thank Angus Kinnear for the opportunity. I’d also like to highlight the outstanding work of Karl Robinson and Robbie Keane who have worked tirelessly over the past few weeks.
“At this stage in my career I am not sure taking on this challenge, which is potentially a long-term project, is something I could commit to, but I wish the club every success for the future and hope the club returns to the Premier League, where they belong.”
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