Coach sacked by Real Sociedad

The manager was sacked after a series of poor results with the team which have seen the team with just two wins all season


David Moyes has been sacked by Real Sociedad on Monday, November 9 just after a year as coach of the La Liga side.

The manager was sacked after a series of poor results with the team beaten by relegation favourites Las Palmas in Friday, November 6 clash.

Under Moyes, Sociedad have won just two games.

Moyes was appointed last November after he sacked Manchester United.

During the summer transfer window, Moyes failed to bring in targets from the English Premier League.

Moves for Danny Ings, Aaron Lennon and Joel Campbell and Mohamed Salah all failed to materialise.

He was informed of the club’s decision to sack him on Sunday, November 8.

Former Barcelona youth team coach Eusebio Sacristan had already been lined up to take over until 2017.

Moyes is however due around 1.5m euros in compensation and is set to could be set for a swift return to coaching in the EPL.


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