WALSALL HOTSEAT IS MOST UNSAFE WALSALL HOTSEAT IS MOST UNSAFE

WALSALL HOTSEAT IS MOST UNSAFE

According to League Managers Association (LMA) data, Walsall Football Club represents the most unsafe managerial job in the West Midlands.
According to League Managers Association (LMA) data, Walsall Football Club represents the most unsafe managerial job in the West Midlands.

The data shows that in Walsall's Football League history, the club has had fifty-five managers, with twelve coming in the last twenty-four years.

Each of the fifty-five managers had an average of 2.11 years in the role with the longest reigning Saddlers manager lasting around seven years.

The average time spent at Wolverhampton Wanderers is 4.82 years, 4.56 at Aston Villa, 3.42 at Birmingham City, and 2.98 at West Bromwich Albion.

In terms of longest reigning managers, Bill Moore managed the club between December 1957 and November 1964, he also returned to the helm between February 1969 and October 1972.

Harry Hibbs managed the Saddlers between August 1944 and late June 1955, the highlight of this period was the club's appearance in the 1946 Third Division (South) final, in front of 20,000, at Stamford Bridge against Bournemouth.
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