AFC Bournemouth sack Parker as club’s manager
Bournemouth made the decision to break ways with manager Scott Parker just a few short days after the Cherries suffered a loss to Liverpool in the Premier League that tied a record for the worst loss in the competition’s history. This move did not come as a surprise to anyone.
This past year, Bournemouth was guided by Parker to promotion to the Premier League, and once they were there, they got off to a winning start in the tournament. However, following their loss against Liverpool by a score of 9-0, they have now suffered consecutive defeats in all three of their games.
The owner of Bournemouth, Maxim Demin, issued a statement in which he expressed his gratitude to Scott and his staff for the efforts they made while working for the club: “I would want to set on record my gratitude to Scott and his team for their time with us.” [Scott] “I would like to place on record my gratitude to Scott and his team for their efforts throughout their time with us,” [Scott] “I would like to place on record my gratitude to Scott and his team.”
“When he was our manager, we had one of the most successful seasons in our history. That year, we were promoted back to the Premier League, and it was one of our most memorable accomplishments. This season will go down in the annals of our history as one of our most fruitful ones.”
“However, in order for us to continue progressing as a team and as a club as a whole, it is very necessary that we are on the same page with regard to our strategy for managing the club in a way that is sustainable. Only then will we be able to continue making progress.
“In addition to this, we need to show that we have confidence in one another and that we respect one another. We are not going to break from our plan at this time because it has brought this club such a tremendous deal of success in recent times, and we are confident that it will continue to bring us success in the future. As soon as humanly possible, we are going to begin our search for a new head coach.