Walter Mazzarri to leave Watford at end of the season

Solenn Plantier
Mai 20, 2017

"My choices this season have always been for the best of my team".

Silva has no wish to head a promotion bid and is set to confirm his departure next week. There were some games I did not even know who to put on the pitch.

Watford manager Walter Mazzarri will leave his post after the club's final Premier League match against Manchester City on Sunday. Asked if Hull can match his ambitions, ... Imagine Pep Guardiola not being in the biggest club competition in the world! "We've only seen him today".

"The chairman has shown an interest in keeping our staff but we will talk again next week".

"It's impossible for me to talk about the other clubs", he said.

"We have one more game to play and this club, Watford in this case, have one more game to play". Until now nothing has happened.

The Hornets are searching for their ninth manager in just five years after Mazzarri's fate was sealed in a meeting with the club's board on Wednesday afternoon.

"The ideal situation is to have a tactical project that excites you and the club buys the necessary players to fit your ideas".

Mazzarri referred to Spain several times during an interview with Marcadorint.com, stating "a language like Spanish is much easier for me to get to grips with".

City supporters continued to sing the manager's name after last weekend's 4-0 defeat at Crystal Palace condemned them to the second-tier next term - something Silva said would not have happened overseas.

He took over from Mike Phelan at Hull in January, but despite impressing during his formative months in England, he was unable to save the Tigers from relegation.

"As we fulfill the goal of survival in advance, it is normal that from there the players will relax". "We are going to travel to London to try and finish third and go direct to the Champions League".

The manager explained, "We are playing against a team that is in a good place at this moment." .

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