Sheffield Wednesday have been through their fair share of managers this season in the Championship, with Darren Moore now at the helm and looking to build some sort of positivity at Hillsborough.
It was Garry Monk that started the season with the Owls, tasked with guiding them out of trouble following an off-season point deduction.
Ultimately, Monk left the club and was replaced by Tony Pulis briefly.
However, Pulis’ spell was a major disappointment and he managed to muster a Points Per Game record of only 0.70 from 10 fixtures (transfermarkt).
Neil Thompson (1.25 from 12 games) served far better in the interim before Moore’s appointment.
That’s led to us diving into the Points Per Game record at Sheffield Wednesday (as per transfermarkt), looking at who the club’s most successful manager is in that regard.
Take a look at No.10 on the following slide…
Note: These rankings are based on PPG and not opinion.