Christian Stellini sacked on Monday night: Take a look at Premier League’s worst interim bosses

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    Italian coach Christian Stellini was sacked on Monday night and had a strong case to make to the list of worst-ever interim managers. After taking over from Antonio Conte, he led the team for four games before being sacked in a 163-word statement on the club website. 

    A one-sided 6-1 loss against fellow Champions League contenders Newcastle marked the end of a stint in North London.

    An embarrassing stint for Christian Stellini: who made it to the list of worst interim managers?

    Christian Stellini had an embarrassing stint, but he might not be the top contender in the list of worst interim managers in the Premier League. 

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    Let’s have a quick review of the seven worst managers in the Premier League’s interim.

    1: Joe Kinnear – Newcastle (September 2008-February 2009)

    During his tenure for 23 games, the Magpies managed four victories, were defeated in nine, and the remaining were tied. 

    He needed a heart bypass in February 2009 and would eventually need to walk away from the role.

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    2: Alan Shearer – Newcastle (April- May 2009)

    The Premier League’s all-time top goalscorer Alan Shearer took charge after Kinnear with high hopes among fans. 

    However, in his stint of eight games, the team just won one and was relegated for the first time since 1993.

    3: Steve Kean – Blackburn (December 2010- January 2011)

    Under Kean, Rovers concluded the 2010-11 season in 15th, following a winless stint of 11 games. 

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    In their next top-flight campaign, the team managed to ensure only eight games. Under him, the Lancashire side was relegated to the championship.

    4: John Carver – Newcastle (January – June 2015)

    Carver was the self-proclaimed ‘best coach in the league.’ However, the results speak differently. 

    In his tenure for 20 games, Newcastle only managed to win in three and let go of relegation by a slight difference. During his stint, the Magpies recorded eight successive losses.

    5: Terry Connor – Wolves (February – May 2012)

    Following Mick McCarthy’s sacking as Wolves boss in February 2022, Connor took up the charge. 

    However, in his stint of 13 games, the Wolves didn’t win a single one. They lost nine and managed four draws.

    6: Frank Lampard (April 2023-)

    The club legend didn’t have a great stint so far and has had a hard time since his appointment. 

    In his five games so far, they haven’t won one yet and have scored just one goal. They have their next encounter coming up against Arsenal on Tuesday.

    7: Christian Stellini (March-April 2023)

    Flowing a worrying string of results, the Italian was sacked. In Christian Stellini’s four matches, the Spurs managed just one victory after defeating Brighton 2-1 this month.

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