Football NewsNeville, Porter & the MLS managers sitting on the hot seat
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Nashville SC made headlines in the football world as they became the first Major League Soccer (MLS) team to part ways with their manager this season. After a disappointing start to the 2024 campaign, the club decided to let go of Gary Smith, who had been at the helm for seven seasons.

The decision to sack Smith has raised questions about other struggling MLS teams and whether more changes could be on the horizon. Despite having talented rosters, teams like Atlanta United, the New England Revolution, CF Montreal, Portland Timbers, and the Chicago Fire are all underperforming in the Eastern and Western Conferences.

With Nashville setting the precedent, fans and pundits are wondering if other clubs will follow suit and make coaching changes in an effort to turn their seasons around. As the season progresses, all eyes will be on these teams to see if they can bounce back or if more managerial shake-ups are on the horizon. Stay tuned for more updates on the evolving football news in the MLS.