Another Premier League side has made a decision to part ways with their head coach, as Watford have sacked Quique Sánchez Flores after only 10 Premier League games in charge.
The Hornets moved just one step above bottom of the log following their 2-0 victory of Norwich City in early November, but back-to-back defeats to Burnley and Southampton has seen them back in 20th position.
The Spaniard replaced compatriot Javi Gracia on September 7, but the anticipated boost that comes with hiring a new head coach never arrived as Watford sit bottom of the Premier League table with eight points from 14 games.More news: Travel Woes Pile Up From Winter Storms as Thanksgiving Ends
Watford have sacked Quique Sanchez Flores as their head coach.
In an open letter to fans on the club website, the 54-year-old Flores said Watford "will always be in my heart".
Watford have not named a replacement but said an announcement was imminent with British media reporting that former Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton was the leading candidate. I wish you all the best.More news: Vodafone-Idea to raise mobile call, data charges from December 3
Since Sean Dyche's departure in 2012 when the Pozzo family took over ownership of the club, 10 managers have come and gone - including Flores twice - of whom only Gracia lasted more than one season.
Watford are now bottom of the Premier League table on eight points, six from safety, in their fifth straight season in the top division.
Struggling Watford have parted ways with head coach Quique Sánchez Flores, who lasted less than three months in charge.More news: House Judiciary Dem Jeffries: No Clue who Nadler’s Impeachment Witnesses Are