Watford thinks about leaving lead trainer Xisco Munoz after Leeds defeat

The Spanish strategist has been diminished of his obligations at Vicarage Road after only seven rounds of the new Premier League season

Watford have headed out in different directions from lead trainer Xisco Munoz after their loss to Leeds United on Saturday.

Leeds beat Watford 1-0 at Elland Road on account of an early objective from Diego Llorente, and moved to inside only one place of their rivals in the Premier League standings all the while.

The Hornets are presently sitting fourteenth, only four focuses over the drop zone, and the club have chosen to roll out an improvement in the hole to attempt to turn their fortunes around rapidly.

Watford have affirmed Xisco’s takeoff in an authority explanation, which peruses: “Watford FC affirms Xisco Muñoz has left his post as the club’s Head Coach.

“The Board feels late exhibitions unequivocally show a negative pattern when group union ought to be noticeably improving.

“The Hornets will consistently be thankful to Xisco for the part he played in getting last season’s advancement and wish him well for his future profession in football.

“No further club remark will be accessible until the approaching declaration of another Head Coach.”

Xisco at first acquired the administrative reins at Watford back in December 2020, supplanting Vladimir Ivic in the Vicarage Road burrow.

The Spaniard had a prompt effect as he directed the Hornets to second in the Championship standings, tying down their re-visitation of the first class.

Watford made the most ideal beginning to the 2021-22 mission by beating Aston Villa 3-2 on the initial end of the week, however at that point experienced three progressive losses against Brighton, Tottenham and Wolves.

A 3-1 success at Norwich just momentarily lifted the temperament at the club before a disillusioning 1-1 attract at home to Newcastle and the misfortune to Leeds, with Xisco following through on the cost by turning into the principal lead trainer to be sacked in the Premier League this season.