The English Premier league is one of the most competitive leagues in the world, hence good performance and results always determine the fate of managers.
Poor results always lead to sacking of the coaches, as the likes of Ole Gunner Solskjaer and Dean Smith had faced the wrath. On their official website, Watford have confirmed the departure of their coach Claudio Ranieri.
Ranieri who replaced Xisco Munoz, have managed only two wins since his arrival at Vicarage road with seven loses. After their 3-0 loss to Norwich, Watford dropped to relegation zone with two points from safety.
Watford said in statement confirming Ranieri’s departure that he was “a man of great integrity and honour, who will always be respected here at Vicarage Road for his efforts in leading the team with dignity”. Explaining the move, the club continued: “With nearly half of the Premier League campaign remaining, a change in the head coach position now will give a new appointment sufficient time to work with a talented squad to achieve the immediate goal of retaining Premier League status.”
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