Cardiff City Football Club set to sack their manager Neil Harris
Championship club, Cardiff City are set to sack their current manager Neil Harris in the morning (Sunday).
Harris who lost another match this afternoon, this time in the FA Cup at Nottingham Forrest, reign seems to be over after Cardiff City directors held emergency talks whilst the team and its current manager traveled back from the City ground.
Talks are set to go into the early hours as the directors await to place their unanimous recommended decision to Club owner Vincent Tan based in Malaysia.
According to sources, the Welsh club has actively been seeking a replacement in the last week or so, after a bad run of form under the leadership of former Millwall man, Neil Harris.
Tony Pullis is the favorite on the list according to sources to take the position after the sacking of Harris.
Harris who took over from the legendary Neil Warnock, despite leading Cardiff City to the playoffs last season has failed to muster the goods this term, whilst Club Chairman publicly stated that he wanted a ‘top six position’ after Christmas.
Fans of the club in the majority don’t appear to be in disagreement with the board – with hundreds of die, hard supporters, been calling for his head and to be replaced in the last several weeks.
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