Premier League Club and recently promoted side, Watford have finally appointed new head coach just a day after sacking Spanish tactician, Xisco Munoz, with former Chelsea and Leicester City manager, Claudio Ranieri taking over at the Vicarage Road Stadium. According to reputable journalist, Fabrizio Romano, the 69 year old Italian tactician has signed a two-year contract with Watford and that an official announcement from the club is expected in the next few hours, in a huge blow to a number of clubs in Serie A who have been keeping close tabs on him in the last few weeks.
Watford are back to the premier league.They sealed automatic promotion to the league after a win at Millwall.Sarr put the hornets ahead through a penalty he netted in the 11th minute.They are second on the table with 88 points .they join Norwich city who were also promoted back to the premier league.
Latest news being reported is that one of the English Premier League managers has resigned from his position as the Head Coach of EPL Team. A couple of clubs have been having poor run of results with Manchester United, Watford and Newcastle United all struggling. Photo Courtesy/ Man-Utd Head Coach, Ole Gunnar
The 2021/22 Premier League season is well underway with the Matchday 7 games being played this weekend. Some managers are under pressure due to poor results. Managers like Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of Manchester United, Mikel Arteta of Arsenal, and Xisco Munoz of Watford have been under pressure recently.
Premier League side, Watford FC have finally decided to part ways with it's head coach Claudio Ranieri following a poor run of form which leaves the club lagging behind in the 18th position of the league table and hence, putting them in a threat of being relegated to the Championship.
The Hornets are placed second in the table, and are on course to secure a direct entry into the PL.It helps them that they are a recently relegated team from the top flight.
With less than two months away from the January transfer window, which means a number of Europe's top teams are starting to second-guess the manager they've chosen. Clubs are turning to new coaches to help them turn their seasons around before they can cope with player transfers.
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.
Rotherham United v Watford Paul Warne’s Rotherham United are back in Championship action on Tuesday night.
Premier League club and recently promoted side, Watford have finally decided to part ways with head coach, Xisco Munoz following a poor start to the season, which leaves the Hornets occupying the fourteenth position of the league table after bagging only one win in their last five matches.
Following the Premier League match against Leeds United on Saturday, Watford decided to part ways with Xisco Munoz. The Spanish manager became the first manager to be sacked in the Premier League this season. It's frustrating to be dismissed, but the club may have done so in order to get things going before it's too late.
Watford sack Xisco. Spaniard was the Championship's manager of the month in March and has a win percentage of 58% - but has been sacked today with Watford 14th in the Premier League. Watford have sacked manager Xisco Munoz after less than 10 months in charge.The first Premier League manager to be dismissed this season.
Watford has sacked their manager Xisco Munoz after 10 months in the job. The 41-year-old Spaniard helped Watford win promotion to the Premier League last season after joining in December 2020. Watford club is 14th with seven points from seven games and Munoz's last match in charge was Saturday's 1-0 defeat by Leeds United.
Watford has sacked their coach Xisco Munoz after only 10 months in charge of the club. Munoz was appointed last December which saw the club being promoted to the English premier League after the end of last season.He took the job from Vladimir Ivic. Watford are currently position 14 with 7 points.
The Hornets have seen two bid of up to £2million for Ferguson rejected by Aberdeen and now the premier league club have to decide if they are willing to pay any more for the 21-year-old. It has led Watford to look at alternative, and another players to catch their eye in the Scottish premiership is St Mirren ace McGrath.