By Russ Vernon
Leeds United head coach Dave Hockaday is set to be sacked, Yorkshire Evening Post's Phil Hay Reports.
United won one of the opening four league games of the new campaign and are currently sitting in 21st place of the Sky Bet Championship table following this afternoon's 4-1 defeat to Watford.
Hockaday, appointed by club owner/president Massimo Cellino on 19th June 2014 was the former Forest Green Rovers manager and was sacked after almost taking them down from the Conference.
The 4-1 defeat appears to have angred Cellino and during/after the game fans vented their fustration by chanting for Hockaday to be sacked by the Italian owner and this evening it appears Cellino has listened to the fans.
United's next game is against Bradford City on Wednesday Evening in the Capital One Cup 2nd Round and people's thoughts is if Hockaday does get sacked, who will Cellino have in charge of the game on Wednesday?