Sevilla FC have dismissed their coach Vincenzo Montella after the side’s poor run of results.
Sevilla who lost to Levante on Friday in a La Liga game has not won any game since the club’s last victory at Old Trafford in the Champions League round of 16.
Since then, the Nervión side have gone nine games without a win, with five defeats – the last of which coming last night in the Ciutat de Valencia Stadium.
Vincenzo Montella took charge of Sevilla FC at the end of 2017, taking control of his first match against Cádiz CF in the Copa del Rey. In 28 matches, he had a record of 11 wins, 7 draws and 10 losses.
The Italian will be best remembered for his Copa del Rey run, eliminating Atlético Madrid on route to a final and a historic qualification for the Champions League quarter-finals after defeating Manchester United in the round of 16.
At his lowest, Montella led the side in a heavy defeat in the Copa del Rey final against FC Barcelona and strung together a disappointing record of 19 La Liga points in 16 matches.
Montella has made his intention clear to say a public goodbye this Sunday to his players and the fans.