Premier league fans are currently giving their reactions after a manager was sacked. Latest news from England report that Watford's manager Xisco Munoz has been relieved of his duties as the manager. According to news from the club official page in social media platforms,the Hornets are grateful for the time Munoz has spent as the manager.
This include enabling them to earn a promotion back to premier league last season. Munoz failed to garner three important points yesterday as the Hornets faced Bielsa's Leeds United. Leeds won the game by one goal to nil.
According to Watford,the club's recent perfomances have not been impressive and the decision was reached to sack the manager. Manchester United fans have been seen reacting while calling their club to follow suit and sack Solskjaer.
The red devils failed to get three points yesterday against Everton at Old Trafford. With latest speculations linking Zinedine Zidane and Antonio Conte to replace Solskjaer, Manchester United fans have predicted that Solskjaer could be the next manager to be sacked.
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