Leeds United: A numbers game - the win rate of Massimo Cellino's head coaches

FROM 77 fixtures in charge of Swansea City, Garry Monk savoured victory in 28 games, earning him a win percentage rate of 36.36%.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 1st June 2016, 1:53 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st June 2016, 9:33 pm
David Hockaday was Massimo Cellino's first appointment as Leeds United head coach.
David Hockaday was Massimo Cellino's first appointment as Leeds United head coach.

Those stats are based on life in the Premier League - but that win rate is eclipsed by both Steve Evans and Brian McDermott during their time in charge of Leeds United.in terms of Massimo Cellino’s former head coaches.

But how do all the head coaches stack up in terms of their win ratio, games won and time served in a tumultuous two and half years since Cellino took charge.

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David Hockaday was Massimo Cellino's first appointment as Leeds United head coach.
Steve Evans lasted longer than any head coach under Massimo Cellino.

Leeds United head coaches

Steve Evans: 225 days, played 38, won 14, drawn 13, lost 11 - 36.84 per cent win rate

Uwe Rosler: 152 days, played 12, won 2, drawn 6, lost 4 - 16.67 per cent win rate

Neil Redfearn (in permanent charge): 200 days, played 33, won 11, drawn 7, lost 15 - 33.33 per cent win rate

Darko Milanic never won a game as Leeds head coach.

Darko Milanic: 32 days, played 6, won 0, drawn 3, lost 3 - 0.00 per cent win rate

David Hockaday: 70 days, played 6, won 2, drawn 0, lost 4 - 33.33 per cent win rate

Brian McDermott: (appointed prior to Cellino’s takeover) played 55, won 21, drawn 9, lost 25 - 38.18 per cent win rate

At Swansea

David Hockaday was Massimo Cellino's first appointment as Leeds United head coach.

Garry Monk: played 77, won 28, drawn 17, lost 32 - 36.36 per cent win rate

Steve Evans lasted longer than any head coach under Massimo Cellino.
Darko Milanic never won a game as Leeds head coach.