Watford sack Javi Gracia, Quique Sanchez Flores returns

Watford have appointed former manager Quique Sanchez Flores after mind coach Javi Gracia only five games into the season’s sacking.
Even the 54-year-old Spaniard returns to Vicarage Road after coaching the Hornets during the 2015/16 season, prior to moving to Espanyol, leading them.
He stayed with the La Liga side for almost two years prior to a spell in China with Shanghai Shenhua, which finished in July.
Sanchez Flores headed Atletico Madrid to Super Cup glory and Europa League, also has also coached Benfica and Valencia.
After top Watford win in their last ten games, a streak that extended back to April gracia left.
They’ve taken 1 point from their first four Premier League sit bottom of the table and games this year.
Last year Gracia took Watford to an finish – their greatest in the Premier League – as well as just the FA Cup final in their background.
Chairman Scott Duxbury said:”Javi has symbolized Watford with wonderful dignity and will remain deserving of the fullest respect because of his achievements.”
A club statement added:”Everybody in the Hornets wishes Javi and his staff all the very best for the future, and they’ll remain welcome people later on in Vicarage Road.”
Gracia was under a year into a season contract at Vicarage Road. Watford had the choice to extend the deal.

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