It’s fair to say that Sheffield Wednesday are in turmoil, as we approach the halfway point of the Sky Bet Championship campaign.
Off the pitch, the chairman, manager and fans are all disconnected – and on the pitch it isn’t much better either.
After being held to a 2-2 home draw against Yorkshire rivals Rotherham United last weekend, Jos Luhukay’s Owls have now won just one of their previous nine games, and have slipped to 17th position in the table.
The Dutchman is hanging onto his job by the skin of his teeth, but as weeks go by and results stay the same, he surely cannot be at the helm for much longer.
January is a hugely important time for Wednesday – do they stick with Luhukay, or do they bite the bullet and sack him in order to install some new life at Hillsborough.
If the latter, then here, we take a look at three managerial candidates that could really save Wednesday from danger this season.