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Watford begin new manager hunt as Sannino steps down

 Published on: 1st September 2014   |   By: The Newsdesk   |   Category:

Beppe Sannino has sensationally resigned from his role as Head Coach of Watford Football Club after just eight months in charge. Just a day after beating Huddersfield 4-2 at Vicarage Road, Sannino felt he had gone as far as he can to improve the team with Watford sitting pretty in second. He said: “I took over a very talented squad when I arrived – but they were boys in many ways.” “I’m proud of what we have achieved and I have no doubt that the squad now, who look very much like men who know exactly what they must do, are very capable of getting promotion from this tough Championship league.” He added: “I know I have given everything to Watford; I have given my heart and soul to the job and I have been happy to do this because of the wonderful support I have received from everyone – and most of all the fans, who are truly amazing. “However I feel I have gone as far as I can so, for the benefit of me and the club, I feel the time is right for me to move on. “I am convinced whoever will be in charge in the future will have everything ready for him to deliver the success that everyone at the club would wish for.”  

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