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Stoke manager Nathan Jones expects a decision to be made regarding his future at the club

‘I could have gone a while ago because my results haven’t been good enough’: Stoke boss Nathan Jones expects to be sacked if dismal run goes on

  • Jones expects a decision to be made about his future if results don’t improve
  • The Potters are bottom with just two points from their opening nine games 
  • Stoke face fellow Championship strugglers Huddersfield on Tuesday night
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Stoke manager Nathan Jones admits is he is running out of time after a dismal start to the season in the Championship.

The Potters are currently bottom with just two points from their opening nine games after a 3-2 defeat at home to Nottingham Forest on Friday night. 

Stoke face a crunch clash against fellow strugglers Huddersfield on Tuesday night.  

Stoke manager Nathan Jones expects a decision to be made regarding his future at the club

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Stoke manager Nathan Jones expects a decision to be made regarding his future at the club

And Jones, who arrived in January after a successful stint at Luton, expects a decision to be made about his future if results don’t improve. 

Jones told Sky Sports: ‘If results don’t improve, I fully expect a decision to be made on my future. I fully expect it and I have no argument about it, absolutely not.

‘If I’m honest, if this wasn’t such the club that it was, and has the owners it has, I would’ve been gone a while ago because my results haven’t been good enough and I know that.

Stoke are without a win in the Championship after Friday's hom defeat by Nottingham Forest

Stoke are without a win in the Championship after Friday's hom defeat by Nottingham Forest

Stoke are without a win in the Championship after Friday’s hom defeat by Nottingham Forest

‘I’m under no illusions, just as I knew in my previous job I was not untouchable, but, I was in a very secure position because my win rate was 55 per cent and we’d been promoted and we’d changed everything about it.

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‘We’ve changed a lot here but we haven’t got results and that’s the be-all and end-all. So trust me, I fully expect if I don’t get results in the next few games that a decision will be made on my future.’

Huddersfield are the only other team in the league without a win and have already sacked their manager Jan Siewert to bring in Danny Cowley from Lincoln..

 

 

 

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