Uwe Rosler has left Fleetwood Town as manager following a 3-0 defeat to Doncaster which was Fleetwood’s seven straight defeat. Here are five potential managers to replace Uwe Rosler at Fleetwood –
Stuart McCall – McCall’s last job was at Bradford where he led them to the League One play-off final last season, a game they lost to Millwall. He departed Bradford this season but left the club sixth in the table despite a run of five straight league defeats. McCall has also led Motherwell to the semi-finals of both Scottish Cup competitions in 2011. He went on to finish 3rd in Premier League with Motherwell, allowing them to make the Champions League for the first time in the club’s history.
John Sheridan – He is a vastly experienced manager and would bring much-needed stability to Fleetwood Town. Sheridan won the League Two title with Chesterfield in 2011 and in the following season he lifted the Football League Trophy with them. More recently, Sheridan has pulled off two great escape with Oldham Athletic without him they wouldn’t have their League One status.
Phil Brown – Phil Brown could be the perfect fit for Fleetwood Town. Brown led Southend United to consecutive play-off competitions, eventually seeing the club promoted to League One in May 2015. Following this, Brown went on to lead Southend to 7th in League One narrowly missing out on the play offs before being sacked last January.
Brian McDermott – Formerly of Leeds United and Reading, McDermott is a well-respected manager and his knowledge and experience could be perfect for the Fleetwood Town job. He has been out of the game for a while and may need to drop into League One to get back into the game.
Alan Stubbs – He has expressed his interest in getting back into management. He was sacked by Rotherham United last season after a poor start to the season but did a great job with Hibernian in Scotland. He deserves another chance to prove his worth in England.