- Barnsley have parted ways with German tactician Daniel Stendel
- The 45-year-old led the side to automatic qualification in the second tier last season
- The Yorkshire club has however endured a difficult start to their campaign, going 11 matches without a win
Barnsley have fired Daniel Stendel as manager following the Championship side's difficult start to their campaign.
The outfit suffered a 5-1 thrashing by Preston on Saturday, October 5, dropping to 23rd on the log having gone 11 matches without a win.
Stendel, who led the club to automatic promotion to the Championship has been unable to guide his side to winning ways in the second tier.
Alarmed by the dip in form, Barnsley's top brass has now resolved to make changes to their technical bench.
Adam Murray has now been appointed to take over as caretaker manager ahead of the club's crucial home match with Swansea City.
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"Barnsley Football Club confirms that it has separated from Daniel Stendel with immediate effect. Adam Murray has been appointed caretaker manager," the club said in a statement.
Stendel has previously managed Hannover 96, working his way up the ladder before making his managerial debut in English football.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Javi Garcia has been sacked as Watford manager after recording poor strings of results in the 2019-20 campaign.
The Spanish boss only managed to get one point from four matches in the Premier League which was a 1-1 draw against Newcastle on matchday 4 at St, James' Park.
Quique Sanchez Flores was announced as the new head coach for the second time in three years, after managing the club in the 2015-16 season when they gained promotion into the English topflight division.
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