London - Championship strugglers Leeds United have sacked
head coach Uwe Rosler after just five months in charge, the club announced on
Rosler, 46, was appointed as Neil Redfearn's replacement in
May but becomes the fifth Leeds boss to be axed by controversial chairman
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Former Rotherham boss Steve Evans apparently took charge of
first-team training on Monday morning.
Leeds slipped to a third straight defeat on Saturday, losing
2-1 at home to Brighton, and lie 18th in the table, three points above the
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