5 football managers who left their respective clubs in 2021, check out the names

Football managers departure 2021: This season we have seen some top coaches announce their departure from the clubs in 2021.
While some end up leaving on mutual consent the others did the sack. The manager’s life at a club is a topsy-turvy one and one does not know how the hierarchy reacts to results.
We look at the top 5  to have left or been sacked from their respective clubs.
Javi Garcia (VALENCIA)
The former Watford Boss was sacked in early May from the post of Valencia head coach due to poor results.
Valencia ended the 2020-21 season in the 13th position as they lost 15 out of their 38 matches in the campaign.
Javi Garcia had the axe fall on him and due to lack of performances and sustainable results, he was shown the door.
Jose Mourinho (TOTTENHAM)

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Jose Mourinho was asked to step down as Tottenham head-coach after just 17 months of taking charge.
The North London side endured a terrible campaign and finished 7th in the EPL table.
Tottenham were due to play the EFL Cup final against Manchester City in the following week in April, 2021 but Jose was sent packing a week prior to the final.
Poor results coupled with lazy performances from the North London side made the board remove Jose Mourinho as head coach.
The Portuguese was recently named as Roma manager with effect from the start of the 2021-22 season.
Antonio Conte (INTER MILAN)

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Antonio Conte mutually terminated his contract with I Nerazzurri at the end of the 2020-21 season after he helped Inter win their first domestic League title in over a decade.
Inter won the Serie A by 12 points after they finished table toppers with 91 points.
Conte joined Inter in 2019 and even attained a runners-up place in the UEFA Europa League 2019-20 season.
The Italian manager’s tactical nuances and confidence in his players helped Inter secure their maiden title in so many years.
Nuno Espirito Santo (WOLVES)

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Nuno Santo announced his departure from Wolves at the end of the 2020-21 season after having managed them for 4 seasons.
He earned promotion to the PL in his first season and followed it up with consistent top half table finishes.
Wolves finished 13th this campaign due to inconsistent and lacklustre performances.
The Portuguese manager helped Wolverhampton Wanderers to a quarterfinal spot in the 2019-20 UEL campaign, which is their best ever run in Europe.
He was a fan favourite and one of the best ever managers of the club’s history.
Zinedine Zidane (REAL MADRID)

Also read: Zidane steps down as Real Madrid coach after finishing 2nd in La Liga points table

Zinedine Zidane left Los Blancos at the end of the 2020-21 season.
He could not guide Real Madrid to the title as they finished runners-up to Atlético Madrid.
This was the second spell of Zidane at Real Madrid. In his first spell, he managed to win three successive UCL titles and a La Liga trophy, Supercopa de España.
After returning in 2019, he led Real Madrid to the La Liga summit and the Spanish Super cup in the 2019-20 season.
The Frenchman as a player previously played for Real Madrid and even managed them to glory.
Such was the brilliance of Zidane during his time with the Los Blancos.
Real Madrid was unable to win a single silverware in the recently finished 2020-21 season.
But Zidane’s contributions would always be remembered as he got the best out of his players.


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