Quique Sanchez Flores has been sacked by Watford after just 85 days in charge

Spanish professional Football manager Quique Sanchez Flores is a former football player and was played as a right wing-back. He started his professional career as a football player in 1984 with the club named Valencia and his professional managerial career started when he has taken charge of Real Madrid’s youth team in 2001. And now Sanchez Flores fired from his latest club Watford after just 3 months of his taking charge. When Sanchez is the second manager after Javi Gracia who was sacked from Watford this season of the premier league. Watford’s position on this season of Premier League at the bottom and that’s why the club decided to sack their club manager.

Scott Duxbury the chairman of premier league club Watford said,

Sanchez Flores is an honest man and clearly he wanted to leave a positive impact on the team, but our decision was based on our team’s position.

We are going to appoint our new coach, as two-third of the league is remaining. We will try to make a success of upcoming months that’s why we will provide all support needs. Added by the CEO of the club Watford.

In September, When Spanish Javi Gracia was sacked from Watford Sanchez Flores had taken charge of the club for the second time at Vicarage Road. But 54-year-old manager Sanchez’s team manages to win just 1 game in their 10 league matches under this manager.

Flores joined Watford just 3 months ago for 2nd spell as his 1st spell was in the 2015/16 season. When Hornets were ranked as 13th team in the premier league and also was the semi-finalist of the FA cup. However, he could not relive that success with his only league win at Norwich last month.

Watford had 6 defeats from 12 games in all types of club competition which is also included with a huge loss of 8-0 with Manchester City.