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Struggling Leicester sacks coach Claude Puel
Leicester announced the sacking of manager Claude Puel on Sunday following the struggling Premier League side's sixth defeat in seven games.
Spain sacks Lopetegui, appoints Hierro on eve of World Cup
Spain dramatically sacked coach Julen Lopetegui on Wednesday and appointed federation sporting director Fernando Hierro – just two days before the team's opening game at the World Cup.
Ivory Coast president sacks chiefs of army, police, gendarmerie
Ivory Coast’s President Alassane Ouattara has sacked the heads of the army, police and gendarmerie after a two-day military revolt that renewed tensions in the West African country.
Inter Milan sacks de Boer after 85 days in charge
Inter Milan sacked manager Frank de Boer after just 85 days in charge of the Italian club.
Wolves sacks Zenga after less than three months
Wolves sacked boss Walter Zenga after less than three months in charge, according to Sky sources.
Swansea sacks Guidolin, appoints Bradley as manager
Swansea City sacked Francesco Guidolin as head coach and replaced him with former USA manager Bob Bradley.
Aston Villa sacks Di Matteo after 124 days
Aston Villa sacked Roberto Di Matteo as manager after just 124 days in the job.
Man Utd 'sacks Van Gaal'
Louis van Gaal was sacked as manager of Manchester United, several British media outlets reported Monday, amid speculation he will be replaced by Jose Mourinho.
King Salman sacks Saudi ministers in major cabinet rejig
Saudi King Salman announced a series of changes in the government on Saturday, sacking some ministers in a major cabinet reshuffle.
US Navy sacks commander for watching porn at work
A US Navy commander has been fired after using his government computer to access pornography.
Nigeria's president sacks top military chiefs
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has sacked top military chiefs due to their failure to contain Boko Haram's militancy across the West African country.
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