Football clubs in the English Premier League appears to be in the mood for new head coaches as Hull City became the third club to sack their head coach, ‘Mike Phelan’ following a torrid campaign so far.
The former assistant coach for the Tigers was sacked as head coach of the club just three months after he was appointed as permanent manager.
The club management made the announcement following Hull City's drop to the bottom of the Premier League table after Swansea City picked up a crucial win at Crystal Palace to move up to 19th position.
The club's management said;
"We would like to thank Mike for his efforts both as assistant manager and head coach over the last two years".
Mike Phelan who took charge of Hull City in October 2016 lost to West Bromwich Albion at the ‘Hawthorns’ in his final game in charge of the club.
The club has had a tumultuous season following former manager, Steve Bruce's departure after promoting the club to the Premier League.
Fellow strugglers, Swansea City and Crystal Palace have also sacked their managers over the past month.
Hull City face Swansea in the English FA Cup before taking on Manchester United in the first leg of the EFL Cup semifinals on Tuesday, 10th January 2016