Ivic Troost-Ekong’s Watford Manager Sacked After Just Four Months


Watford that parade Super Eagles defender William Troost-Ekong have sacked head coach Vladimir Ivic after four months in the role.

The club confirmed Ivic’s sack in a statement.

“The Hornets thank Ivic and his staff for their efforts this season.

“We wish them well for future success elsewhere.”

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The Hornets, who have won nine of their 20 Championship games this season under Ivic, are fifth in the table, four points off second-placed Bournemouth and nine off leaders Norwich.

The 43-year-old signed a one-year deal in August, succeeding Nigel Pearson who was sacked shortly before the club were relegated from the Premier League.

It means Watford are looking for a fifth manager in just over a year.

The Serb’s sacking came after his side were beaten 2-0 at mid-table Huddersfield Town on…

Source: Complete Sports