Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has urged club owners to resist from public opinions in sacking coaches.
His comments come in a wake of Swansea boss Gary Monk, who was shown the exit door by the club on Wednesday.
Arsene Wenger is finding it difficult to understand why coaches job are always in jeopardy when results are bad.
‘Why do managers lose their jobs? – The modern world is more impatient.”
“It is always down to people at the clubs. Public opinion often lives in the present and you could say they need to be stronger than ever to resist to that.”
Gary Monk inspired the Club to finish eighth position on the league log last season after succeeding Michael Laudrup in February 2014 with Swansea two points above the bottom three with 13 league games left.
However, things have moved from bad to worse for the Swans this season after recording just a win in 11 outings and languishing 15th with 14 points just one point above the relegation dogfight.
Swansea City will face Man City on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium as they wait on a new manager to succeed Gary Monk.
Leaguelane.com understands former Sunderland coach Gus Poyet, Man United’s assistant manager Ryan Giggs, Ghana Black Stars head coach Avram Grant and Former Real Sociedad, Man United and Everton boss David Moyes remain among the front-runners for the job.