Daniel Farke, Norwich City’s head coach, has been fired hours after the club’s first Premier League victory of the season.
Norwich City defeated Brentford 2-1, but remain bottom of the Premier League with five points from eleven games.
Since 2017, Farke has guided Norwich to promotion from the Championship twice.
“We feel now is the right time for a change to give ourselves the best opportunity of retaining our Premier League status,” said sporting director Stuart Webber.
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The German managed Norwich for a total of 208 games, winning 87 of them.
He took over in 2017, and in his second season, he led the Canaries to the Championship championship.
They were demoted from the Premier League after one season but immediately returned as winners last season.
However, he has the fourth-worst record of all Premier League managers with at least 20 games in charge, having won only six of his 49 top-flight matches.