It’s not often that an old club like Swansea City can say goodbye to their former manager and fans.
However, with only two more games in the league, it’s a tough task for the Welsh club to do without one of the best coaches in the Premier League, Thomas Jefferson.
It was announced recently that the Swansea City manager will be leaving the club, with his departure scheduled to be confirmed on Friday, April 10.
After nearly four decades with the club at their helm, it will be the first time in their history that the Swans will not have the same coach.
Jeffson has been the club’s first choice since the end of the 2011-12 season and he’ll take on a new role, managing the first team at the Liberty Stadium.
He’s had a long career at the club and won seven league titles, a Champions League and three FA Cups in that time.
He’s also been involved in a number of great coaching changes at the stadium, including the departure of a number and number of key players including Yannick Bolasie and Yohan Cabaye in recent years.
With Jeffsons departure, it’ll be the Swansea captain Ryan Giggs who will assume the role of manager.
Giggs has been Swansea’s manager since 2009 and won two Premier League titles with the Swabians.
After his first spell at the helm, he was sacked in March 2015.
The club will also miss the appointment of a new head coach, with a new manager is expected to be announced at a press conference in the coming days.