Managers suffer time deprivation in Championship that never sleeps | Ed Aarons

17 March 2017 11:57
Derby County’s quickfire turnover symptomatic of the alarming hire-and-fire culture in the division that has seen 14 managers leave their posts this seasonGary Rowett must know he does not have long. Around 18 weeks, if the Derby chairman’s form is anything to go by. Just ask Paul Clement. Or Nigel Pearson.Derby are in their ninth consecutive season in the Championship and their appointment of Rowett to replace Steve McClaren this week means that when they face their bitter rivals Nottingham Forest on Saturday the fixture will feature two new faces in the dugouts for a fifth time in succession – a run that stretches back to January 2015. On that occasion, McClaren – in his first spell at Pride Park – lost to Stuart Pearce 2-1 before gaining revenge almost two years later in his second spell with a 3-0 win over Philippe Montanier. Related: Mark Warburton admits Nottingham Forest’s scorching hot seat is a risky job | Nick Miller Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian