Villarreal sack Marcelino after 'disappointing season'
Villarreal have decided to sack their manager Marcelino after his two and half year tenure with the Yellow Submarine came to an end.
http://www.insidespanishfootball.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/villarreal-coach-marcelino-gar_54392583934_54115221152_960_640.jpgHaving failed to meet objectives in the eyes of the board, Marcelino was relieved of his duties.
Finishing seventeen points behind 4th placed Valencia, the board at 'Yellow Sub' decided that it was time to part company with the man that won them promotion in 2013. And despite Europa League qualification for the second season in a row, owner and president Fernando Roig decided that a change was needed in order for Villarreal to progress.
Having named former B team coach Omar Laska in temporary charge Villarreal are reportedly looking toward former Real Madrid manager, Carlo Ancelotti (7/2), Manchester City boss and former Villarreal manager of five years, Manuel Pellegrini (8/1), and current Sevilla boss Unai Emery (12/1).