English Premier League club Hull City announced that the club have ‘parted company’ with manager Mike Phelan on Tuesday, January 3.
The management is reportedly not happy with the manager after he could only lead the team to get 13 points from 20 matches.
The 54-year-old Phelan was initially appointed caretaker manager after the departure of Steve Bruce in the summer of 2016 before his appointment was made permanent in October.
Hull City are currently rock bottom of the Premier League standings.
The 44-year-old who was assistant manager at Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich arrived at the Liberty stadium to sign a 2-and-a-half year contract with the club.
Recall that Swansea City fired embattled head coach Bob Bradley after 85 days in charge of the club.
Boxing Day’s 4 – 1 home defeat to West Ham made it 7 losses since the coach took over on October 3, 2016.
New manager Paul Clement is expected to help the club maintain their Premier League status beyond the current season.
Meanwhile, Swansea have appointed Paul Clement as the new head coach of the club.