ALAN Sheehan has been given temporary charge of Swansea after they sacked Michael Duff.

The former Bantams defender will prepare the Championship side for this weekend’s clash with Rotherham, another club currently without a boss.

Duff was axed last night after less than five months in the job in south Wales.

Sheehan, who also played for Leeds during his career, made 32 appearances in two years with City between 2014 and 2016.

He played in the FA Cup quarter-final replay against Reading but is probably best remembered by fans for a missed penalty in a League Cup defeat at York that flew out of the ground.

The 37-year-old played his final game for Oldham in October 2021 before retiring and moving into coaching under Nathan Jones at former club Luton.

He went with Jones to Southampton for an ill-fated spell before linking up with Duff at Swansea.

The Swans are currently five points above the relegation zone in 18th spot.