50/50 on whether to sack him now, and it depends on whether we have an suitable long-term replacement lined up now or in the summer. There is no point sacking him and not having a plan for what to do after. I don't mind Unsworth being the
However, he needs to go in the summer at the latest. He is just a very short term solution to a horrible situation we found ourselves in January.
Our ability to keep the ball has gone backwards since he has arrived and consequently our ability to defend has not improved, if we can't keep the ball we can't relieve pressure on ourselves let alone create chances to score.
He football philosophy is zero-sum. He thinks that you can't be more attacking without compromising your defence and that is utter bollocks.
He is not suited to progressive football that relies on having _some_ possession and creating chances and he has now shown he belongs in the bottom half of the table fighting relegation battles, which he is clearly good at.