We have picked our top 5 candidates for the Swansea role
Earlier today Swansea City Football Club announced they had sacked manager Garry Monk following a dismal run in the Premier League, with just one win in their last 10-games.
Monk was a player at the Liberty Stadium before taking over the hot-seat and guiding them to a best-placed Premier League finish in his debut season, finishing eighth in the league.
However, it went downhill this season and ultimately, recent form has cost him his job.
So who will replace Monk in Wales?
Here are our five suggestions to take over at Swansea City!
After difficult spells at Manchester United and Real Sociedad, David Moyes has emerged as the frontrunner for the job.
The Scotsman has vast experience in the Premier League after managing Everton and Manchester United.
Moyes was responsible for some of Everton’s best finishes in the Premier League during his tenure at the club. The size of Swansea could well see him implement the same tactics as he had at Everton.