Marco Silva’s managerial career as Hull City boss has been cut short to four months after replacing predecessor Mike Phelan back in January.
The Portuguese, despite earnest efforts since his appointment in the club, still failed to save the Tigers from the drop to the Championship.
In a statement, Hull City disclosed, “Although disappointed by Marco’s departure, we would once again like to place on record our appreciation of his efforts and those of his support staff.”
The 39-year-old Silva led his former coaching team to win six matches form his 18 Premier League games, with relegation confirmed after a devastating 4-0 defeat by Crystal Palace last May 14.
In the penultimate week of the season—the time when Hull City have been relegated, Silva stated, “It’s my goal as manager to work in the Premier League.”
Silva, along with assistant head coach Joao Pedro Sousa, first team coach Goncalo Pedro, and goalkeeping coach Hugo Oliveira have also left the club.
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