Bournemouth, a struggling English Premier League team, fired head coach Scott Parker on Tuesday, just days after they were destroyed 9-0 against Liverpool.
English Premier League strugglers Bournemouth on Tuesday terminated lead trainer Scott Parker, days after they were whipped 9-0 at Liverpool. In a splitting shot at Parker, proprietor Maxim Demin said in an explanation that “for us to continue to advance collectively and a club in general, it is unrestricted that we are adjusted in our procedure to reasonably run the club.
“We should likewise show confidence in and regard for each other.”
Parker had taken a few public swipes at Bournemouth’s administration over their inability to fortify the crew after their re-visitation of the first class.
Gary O’Neil will take break charge of the group, who are seventeenth in the Premier League and have lost three of their four opening games, yielding 16 objectives.
The 41-year-old Parker, a previous England global midfielder, had taken Bournemouth to advancement last season from the second-level Championship.
“I might want to put on record my appreciation to Scott and his group for their endeavors during their experience with us,” said Demin.