Premier League side Leicester City have now fired manager Craig Shakespeare after only winning one in eight of their matches this season.
Leicester City are currently in 18th place which made the company to part with Shakespeare after making a slow start to the season.
This is the second managerial casualty for the season after Frank de Boer from Crystal Palace also got fired only after four failed games.
The 53-year-old manager took over Leicester halfway through last season after sacking Claudio Ranieri.
The Foxe were struggling last season and Shakespeare came in and steadied the player by keeping them in the league comfortably.
Shakespeare was in charge of the Foxes winning 11 games and 6 draws for 26 games. However, the draw to West Brom last night was the final straw for the owners.
The decision to sack Shakespeare may be a harsh decision especially that he has just been in charge of the team for just four months, but in the world of football managers, their lifespan are mostly based on their team’s performance.
It will be interesting to see who will Leicester choose next and it is certain that the club will have a hard time finding a replacement this time.
There are a lot of expectations that come with managing Leicester after their title win in 2016. But the club should also do a reality check and assess where they are now to fully progress this season.