3) Darko Milanic
With a win percent of 0%, he is statistically without a doubt worst manager in Leed’s history. But he managed a lot lesser games to say that he is the absolute worst. He was a more trusted coach than his predecessor Hockaday but still couldn’t make it. After 32 days being in charge, the Slovenian parted ways with United after a 2-1 defeat by Wolverhampton Wanderers in October 2014. That was Leeds’ third manager sacked in 5 months.
2) Dave Hockaday
Hockaday lasted only 6 games before he was sacked making it one the fastest sacking in the peacocks’ history. He didn’t really have any experience of managing higher-level clubs other than non-league before taking charge of Leeds. His arrival was shocking to the fans even though at that time they were living by the mantra of expecting the unexpected. He was awful in managing the club and lost 4 out 6 games he was in charge.
1) Paul Heckingbottom
His appointment was uninspired as he had no track record outside the lowest divisions. Many Leeds fans were against the appointment of the English manager but I don’t think the fans had any pleasure in being proven right either at the end when he was sacked. He was the manager of the Whites for 16 games and half of them ended up in dreadful defeats. He had a win percentage of only 25% which is one of the worst in Leeds’ manager’s history.