Bournemouth sack Gary O’Neil after 37 games despite Premier League survival | Football News


Bournemouth have sacked Gary O’Neil despite the head coach keeping the club in the Premier League last season.

O’Neil took over as interim head coach following the sacking of Scott Parker in August and was given an 18-month deal in November.

He picked up 36 points during his time in charge and guided the club to a 15th-placed finish in the Premier League, with many believing he was a Manager of the Year candidate.

Explaining the decision, Bournemouth owner Bill…



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