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In December, Watford's manager was Xisco Munoz.
After 10 months, Watford has fired their manager Xisco Muniz.
After joining the Premier League in December 2020, the 41-year-old Spaniard was promoted to that league last season.
Watford is 14th, with seven points from seven matches. Munoz's last match was Saturday's 1-0 loss to Leeds United.
The board stated that recent performance strongly indicated a negative trend in a time when team cohesion should have been visible improving.
"The Hornets will forever be grateful to Xisco, for his part in securing last year's promotion, and we wish him all the best for his future football career."
"Until the announcement of a new coach, no further comments will be made about the club."
Watford has had five managers over the past two years, and it is not clear who they will be replacing.
Munoz is the Premier League's first manager to be fired this season.
Munoz is disappointed at Watford's performance in Leeds defeat
Watford started their second season in the top flight with a win over Aston Villa of 3-2 in their opener.
Crystal Palace was also eliminated from the Carabao Cup by the club in the second round.
The results began to slide with only two league wins from seven fixtures this season. They were eliminated from the Carabao Cup in the third round with a 3-1 loss to Stoke in September.
Next up, Watford will play Liverpool on 16 Oct in a league fixture.