Leicester management duo slaughtered in local press as German alternative is “very keen” with Jesse Marsch out

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A full slaughter of the current management duo in the local press, as TCF also had doubts over the selections done for the game vs. Bournemouth, but easy to have the answers when you have the results.

Latest reports are that Jesse Marsch has turned down the opportunity to take over at Leicester, and that will make the search for a new manager being back to find other alternatives.

Adi Hutter is a name that has been on the list of candidates since Brendan Rodgers was sacked, and at this point with two games lost since Rodgers left, what Leicester need at present is a manager either permanent or temporary. Hutter would be no temporary alternative, as that also is seen as possible at this point.

What we did see against Bournemouth was a team that lacked leadership both on an of the field. Players that are used to work with skilled and professional managers will need the correct guidence, without it, you will soon look much stranger and out of balance than the team ever did under the time Brendan Rodgers was in charge. If nothing happens this could soon look very scary.

Adi Hutter is not the only German on the list of candidates as also Daniel Farke is on it. Farke, the former Norwich manager with a good track record of promotion, doing it twice with Norwich, could be eager to get back to English football.

Dean Smith is a name climbing at the moment, with a certain Craig Shakespeare surely being part of his staff. Time is running fast and at this point most names on this list of candidates looks a better idea than what is going on at the moment.

Nathan Jones is one that is available being recently sacked at Southampton, and could be seen as an alternative both short and long term, with the former Luton manager having nothing to lose if handed the chance.

Mick McCarthy who was sacked just days ago at Blackpool could also take on this challenge as a temporary role, but we do feel that it looks very difficult and strange to see that no plan was in place when Brendan Rodgers got the boot.


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