Former Premier League champions Leicester City have parted ways with manager Claude Puel following their 4-1 defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace on Saturday.
The Frenchman has been on borrowed time for quite a while at the King Power Stadium as unrest within the stands has continued to grow, having lost his last four home matches in a row.
Leicester City Football Club has today (Sunday) parted company with Claude Puel, who leaves his position as First Team Manager with immediate effect.https://t.co/VoZnGBJ8Up— Leicester City (@LCFC) February 24, 2019
The Foxes currently sit in 12th and aren't considered to be in any real danger of being relegated, but the fans have had very little to shout about this season and that feeling of discontent has now found its way into the club's hierarchy.
Assistant manager Jacky Bonnevay has also left the club, while first-team
The former Southampton
He first took over the club from caretaker boss
That’s a humiliating scoreline for Claude Puel.— John Bennett (@JohnBennettBBC) February 23, 2019
4 home defeats in a row - & 3 of those against teams fighting relegation.
Some decent football in patches but no progress being made at #LCFC.
Source : 90min