Swansea City are hunting for a third manager in less than 12 months, as the club officials now have formally sacked Paul Clement.
The English gaffer was designated in the hopes of anchoring the Swans to upper end of the table following a miserable run of 10 defeats in 13 Premier League matches.
But the higher-ups lost their faith in the 45-year-old, as he failed to direct a turnaround from the current plight.
Even though the latest sources claim an announcement regarding who’ll be appointed as the new coach will be made within 24 hours, it’s still uncertain as to who will take up the prestigious spot.
With a critical home match against Crystal Palace due on Saturday, Swansea hope to elect a qualified personal soon enough, before it causes any sorts of damage to the team.
Clement managed to keep the team up against the bars the previous season, although he was just elected in January, accumulating 29 points across 19 games to elevate the club away from the relegation zone.
Written by Hritwik NE
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