BREAKING: English manager has been officially sacked this morning after club announced his exit.

Club Brugge announce Scott Parker sacking with BRUTAL statement as Englishman loses job after just 67 DAYS

Scott Parker was sacked on Wednesday morning after Club Brugge’s 5-1 thrashing by Benfica in the Champions League, ending a 67-day tenure.

Parker hired on December 31
Won just two matches
Axed after Benfica defeat
WHAT HAPPENED? The former Fulham and Bournemouth manager entered the second leg against Benfica on the brink of being fired, and a brutal 5-1 loss (7-1 on aggregate) proved to be the final straw for as his ill-fated tenure was brought to an end.

WHAT THEY SAID: Club Brugge’s official statement announcing the decision was short and somewhat bitter, much like Parker’s spell in Belgium, as it laid out the simple reasoning for his exit.

“Scott Parker is no longer head coach of Club Brugge,” the club wrote. “Parker (42) was announced as the new head coach of Club Brugge on December 31 last year. The English ex-international previously worked for Fulham and Bournemouth and replaced Carl Hoefkens at Club. In 12 games, the Briton could only win 2 times.”

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