Spanish La Liga outfit Deportivo La Coruna have booted out club manager Gaizka Garitano following their recent wretched form that has moved them closer to the relegation zone in the league.
Garitano led the team to an unimpressive 4-0 loss to lowly Leganes on Saturday evening and that proved to be his final game in charge as his sack was confirmed by the former UEFA Champions League (UCL) semi-finalists on Sunday with a news conference expected to take place on Monday as the former Eibar boss says his goodbyes.
Deportivo reserve team boss Cristobal Parralo has however been placed in charge of the team following the new development.
The 41-year old Garitano joined the La Liga strugglers before the start of the season despite the fact that he was sacked from his last job at Real Valladolid and thereafter led the team to only four wins from 23 league games amassing 19 points in 17th spot with the team just two points above the relegation zone. His last win came last year (December 18, 2016) and he has paid the price for that.
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