Mazzarri takes parting shot at Watford before exit


Italian Coach Walter Mazzarri has hinted La Liga could be his next destination after announcing his departure from Watford after one season.

Watford took the decision following a meeting with Mazzarri to discuss "the club's future goals and aspirations", chairman Scott Duxbury said in a short statement on Watford's website.

Mazzarri is 11 months into his three-year deal at the club.

Watford could make a bid to bring Marco Silva to Vicarage Road for next season, after the club parted ways with Walter Mazzarri on Wednesday - according to the Telegraph. "It has been interesting to see English football from within".

"This is the truth and it is impossible to talk about the clubs, A, B, C or D. The most important thing is I'm here to work at Hull City, not to talk about other clubs".

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43 - The maximum points that Watford can win this season is 43; fewer than in 2015-16 under Quique Sanchez Flores (45). This side ends their season at home as Manchester City come to visit in a game that means nothing to Watford but Manchester City still have something to play for.

Watford have confirmed another season in the Premier League and this team can finally get some credit since with the squad they have available to them, this has been a really good performance for the Hornets.

Slutsky has since been working in England as an adviser to friend Roman Abramovich, and in a recent interview with Sky Sports he spoke of his desire to work in the Premier League or the Championship, as he bids to become the first Russian to manage on these shores.

"We have had some problems, but we have met the target", said Mazzarri.

I'm really enjoying the club, the persons, the fans and what they give to us is fantastic. Now I would like to go to Spain, Portugal or any other destination that motivates me.