Former England manager, Sam Allardyce has appointed as new Leeds United boss after the sacking of Javi Gracia.
Allardyce will be in charge of the club until the end of season following Sunday’s 4-1 defeat at Bournemouth that leaves them above relegation zone on goal difference.
The club’s director of football Victor Orta has also left by mutual consent.
Allardyce, 68, will be expected to plan the club’s preparation to meet English Premier League team Manchester City; home games against Newcastle and Tottenham as well as a trip to West Ham.
The former West Brom manager is expected save Leeds from Premier League relegation with the above games of the season remaining.
The club is currently occupying the 17th position in the Premier League after losing four of their past five matches.