After chalking up a win percentage of just 29.73%, Jesse Marsch has lost his job at Leeds United.
The club, despite spending in the excess of £100m on new players of the last six months, find themselves sitting just above the Premier League relegation spots on goal difference, having endured a horrid Christmas period under the guidance of Marsch.
Now it's time for someone else to take the reins at the club, and we've assessed the candidates.
- Clubs managed: Doxa Katokopias, Ermis Aradippou, Huddersfield Town, Olympiacos, West Brom (current)
90min understands that West Brom manager Carlos Corberan is the current frontrunner for the job at Elland Road as he is a favourite of sporting director Victor Orta's.
Corberan makes sense on paper. He took Huddersfield Town to last season's Championship play-off final before a short stint at Olympiacos, and has led West Brom from relegation trouble to the play-offs after succeeding Steve Bruce at The Hawthorns.
- Clubs managed: Espanyol, Southampton, Tottenham, Paris Saint-Germain
- Is this a pipe dream? Probably if we're being honest.
But let's enjoy the thought of Leeds appointing Poch anyways.
The former Tottenham boss has a point to prove after a rather disappointing spell at Paris Saint-Germain and a reclamation project at Leeds United - a club who have and will spend money - could be the perfect place for Poch to remind everyone just how good a manger he really is. It probably won't be, but feel free to dream, Leeds fans.