Brian Clough was Leeds boss for just 44 days while Leroy Rosenior lasted 10 minutes at Torquay... we review some of the stranger managerial reigns



Sam Allardyce left his post as England manager on Tuesday night after allegations published in the Daily Telegraph.
He lasted just 67 days in the job after talks with FA chiefs Martin Glenn and Greg Clarke at Wembley. One game, one win and not a single fixture at the home of English football.
Here, Sportsmail looks at some of the stranger tenures of managers down the years.
  Steve Coppell (twice) - Manchester City (1996, 33 days) and Bristol City (2010, four months)
For someone with such an insatiable love for the game, Coppell has surprisingly made a couple of very swift exits indeed. The... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail
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