The Spanish technician Quique Sánchez Flores has been dismissed this Sunday as coach of the first team of the Watford FC, less than three months after he took over the bench replacing his compatriot Javi Gracia.
The bad results, crowned with Saturday's defeat against Southampton (2-1) and that keep the team colista of the Premier League, they have precipitated the dismissal of the Madrid coach, 54 years old and that on September 7 he was announced as the new coach of the 'Hornets'.
Watford President Scott Duxbury thanked the Spaniard for the work carried out at the head of the team, even though things have not gone as expected. "Quique is a man of great integrity and it was clear how much I wanted to achieve something positive, but finally the results have determined our decision, "he said.
In addition, Duxbury announced that they are already working on finding the replacement of Sánchez Flores. "The appointment of a new coach is imminent, and with almost two thirds of the season ahead, we will provide all the necessary support for the next months to be successful"he pointed out.
On September 7, the English team announced the dismissal of Navarrese Javi Gracia after the team had added only one point of the 12 at stake at the beginning of the season. That of Pamplona stood at the entity on January 21, 2018, achieved permanence in the Premier two consecutive seasons and led the 'Hornets' to the final of the FA Cup 2019 – lost to Manchester City.
His substitute was Quique Sánchez Flores, who began his second stage in the club after settling in the Premier in the 2015-16 season in the course after his promotion since the Championship. However, he has not managed to straighten the course of the team; Watford is a player with only 8 points, eight from the permanence zone after reaping 1 win, 5 draws and 8 losses in 14 days.
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