Championship’s managerial churn hurts clubs and hits player morale

Watford and Huddersfield are two examples of why continually changing coach is no good recipe for a Premier League returnBeing a Championship manager is a precarious business, only ever a short run of defeats from the sack. Fifteen have been dismissed this season and five clubs are on to their third manager. A cycle of constant change rarely seems to help.Overall there have been 19 managerial changes in the division by 14 clubs, leaving 10 managers in the position they started in when the first ball was kicked in July. The Championship is a division few want to be in – for most it is as a vehicle to reach the monied top flight– and that means clubs are willing to make bold decisions to try to get out of it. Continue reading…

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