Watford sack Nigel Pearson with only two PL games remaining
Posted on July 20, 2020
Watford have taken the remarkable decision to sack Nigel Pearson with just two games of the Premier League season to go, as per iSports API football data.
A statement from the Vicarage Road club said: “Watford FC confirms that Nigel Pearson has left the club with immediate effect.
“Hayden Mullins, with Graham Stack as his assistant, will take up the position of interim head coach for the Hornets’ final two Premier League fixtures of the 2019/20 season.”
Pearson replaced Quique Sanchez Flores in December – who had in turn replaced Javi Gracia a few months earlier – and had revived their season after a dreadful start.
But now, with the club three points above the relegation zone with a pair of games remaining, the board have parted ways with Pearson.
According to iSports football API, the former Leicester manager’s last game in charge was Friday’s 3-1 defeat to West Ham.
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