Leeds United have fired Javi Gracia after the club’s abysmal Premier League run, MySportDab reports.
The Spaniard came under intense pressure after Leeds suffered a heavy defeat against Bournemouth in their last Premier League game.
The defeat saw the club teeter on the edge of relegation, dropping further down the table with few matches to go.
Javi Gracia’s sack came after just two months on the role.
Gracia succeeded Jesse Marsch as new Leeds boss in February after the latter was shown the exit following a poor Premier League run.
Javi Gracia got to a good start securing wins over Nottingham Forest, Southampton, and Wolves.
They also suffered defeats against Liverpool, Crystal Palace, and Bournemouth.
The are curently above the relegation zone on goal difference and have managed a draw with four losses in their past five games.
Leeds United owner, Andrea Radrizzani, was frustrated after the club’s 4-1 loss to Bournemouth and has now parted ways with Javi Gracia.
Leeds director of football Victor Orta has also been sacked by the club and will leave withJavi Gracia.
It has been confirmed English football veteran, Sam Allardyce will take over as the new manager.
He has been appointed by the club as new manager and will make a return to football to save Leeds from relegation.
Allardyce will face a tough test returning to the dugout as he will face Manchester City in his first came which comes up tomorrow.
Leeds will have to secure a win to stay afloat in battle to stay off relegation.