Bournemouth announced the termination of his contract with manager Scott Parker, who had been at the club for nearly a year and achieved a promotion.
Parker left for the fourth round of the Premier League and after losing 0-9 at Anfield to Liverpool, he ended up not resisting. On that day, the coach clearly said he needed reinforcements, and the club, in his memo, said the institution and coach “must go along”, leaving a veiled criticism of the coach: “To continue moving forward as a team” and the club as a whole, it is unconditional that we align in our strategy to run the club in a way sustainable. We must also show trust and respect for each other. This is the approach that has brought so much success to this club in recent history. (…) Promotion to the Premier League last season will be remembered as one of the most successful times in our history. “
In these four rounds, the team achieved three defeats and only one win, and finished 17th in the standings table.
According to the club, assistant coach Gary O’Neill will take charge temporarily and direct the squad on Wednesday, welcoming Wolves led by Bruno Lage.
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