The La Liga side club CA Osasuna has recently sacked manager Joaquin Caparros on Thursday, less than two months after the Spaniard took charge, with La Liga’s bottom club desperate to get out of relegation trouble.
The 55-year-old Spanish man Joaquin Caparros, who took over CA Osasuna charges from the sacked Enrique Martin in November, oversaw only eight matches — five league games and three in the King’s Cup — winning just one and losing the other seven and the Spanish side Osasuna is currently standing at the bottom of the table with seven points, after 1 win 4 draws and 11 lose in their 16 league games.
And in the meeting, which was held on Thursday morning, the board of directors of Osasuna decided to dismiss the Spaniard Joaquin Caparros as manager of Osasuna first team.
As the club said on their website www.osasuna.es, adding that a news conference would be held at 1700 local time (1600 GMT) to explain the decision,
“In a meeting held this morning, the board of directors of Osasuna decided to dismiss Joaquin Caparros as manager of the first team,”
And the director of football Petar Vasiljevic has been put in charge of the first team until Osasuna name Caparros’s successor.