Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Watford Boss Walter Mazzarri Set To Quit Club At End Of Season

Italian coach Walter Mazzarri will leave Watford FC at end of the season after dressing room revolt, according to reports. Quit
The 55-year-old Italian who replaced Quique Sanchez Flores at the beginning of the season guided the Hornets to safety but he will now depart after a split in the squad.

Watford in a statement On Wednesday confirmed that the Italian will depart at the end of the season.
“After the Board discussed with Walter Mazzarri the club’s future goals and aspirations, it was decided he will be stepping down from his position as the club’s Head Coach after the final game of the 2016/17 season," the statement read.

“We thank Walter and his staff for the contribution they have made to Watford Football Club over the past year.”
Watford's next manager will be their ninth in five years and the eighth since the Italian Pozzo family took over the club in 2012.

Monday's 4-3 defeat at champions Chelsea was their fifth loss in a row, although the Hornets avoided relegation and are six points above the drop zone with a game to play.

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