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Nigel Pearson admits he nonetheless doesn’t know why Watford sacked him and warns stability is required at Vicarage Highway


Nigel Pearson admits he nonetheless doesn’t know why Watford sacked him with simply two Premier League video games remaining final season.

The 57-year-old guided the Hornets out of the Premier League relegation zone after taking up in December 2019, however was sacked after a crushing defeat to West Ham United.

Pearson believes he has unfinished business at Watford

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Pearson believes he has unfinished enterprise at Watford

His departure proved expensive as Watford have been relegated from the top-flight on the ultimate day of the season.

Reflecting on his sudden exit, Pearson advised BT Sport: “I can’t clarify all of it, I feel you’re asking the improper individual.

“I don’t know. It was very a lot a shock in a roundabout way to me and unfinished enterprise.

“It was actually unlucky as a result of we felt we had a combating likelihood. However that’s water below the bridge now. It’s necessary they attempt to bounce again. It’s an enormous season for them.

“There’s a volatility and an emotional side of how the membership is managed from the highest and it goes with the territory.

“Once you take a job like that you would be able to’t be too shocked after they finish the methods they did.

Xisco Munoz is the latest manager to set foot in the Watford hotseat

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Xisco Munoz is the newest supervisor to set foot within the Watford hotseat

“However it nonetheless stays an enormous frustration for me as a result of once I went in there, I mentioned I’d take going into the final sport – regardless that it was a tricky one.

“All people would have performed that so it stays an enormous frustration for positive.”

Final month, Pearson’s alternative, Vladimir Ivic, was sacked after simply 4 in cost with Watford occupying a play-off spot.

New Hornets boss Xisco Munoz has received certainly one of his opening three matches, together with Saturday’s 1-Zero FA Cup defeat to Manchester United.

Pearson has warned Watford chiefs there must be extra stability at Vicarage Highway.

He added: “I went in there with Craig [Shakespeare] and it was thrilling for me to be again within the Premier League.


“It was only a scenario the place we wanted to attempt to flip our season round by being constructive. The gamers have been nice.

“Personally, I feel the Pozzo’s have had some success with their technique, however I must say in some unspecified time in the future for the workers and gamers particularly, they want some kind of consistency.

“Once you attempt to galvanise a gaggle of gamers generally you’ve received to return by way of troublesome instances to do this.

“The revolving door isn’t essentially good for attempting to create and construct a constructive tradition as a result of the gamers simply anticipate one other change after they undergo a foul time.”





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