Mick McCarthy has been sacked as APOEL manager after just two months in charge. The Cypriot champions have lost their past four games and are 11th in the table. The Yorkshireman won two of eight matches as manager.
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APOEL in a mess
28-time league champions APOEL Nicosia are in trouble once more. After manager Mick McCarthy appeared to steady the ship, they are now back in a rut after three defeats in the last two weeks and need another manager. They have had 13 permanent coaches since 2015.
They were beaten 2-1 by Doxa on Tuesday, going a goal up through Tomas De Vincenti but conceding twice to Berak Sadik.
Two days before, they were beaten 2-0 by bottom side Paralimni. It was only Paralimini’s second win from 16 games.
APOEL also fell to defeat against Karmiotissa, who are just a point behind them in the table. APOEL are four points off the bottom with a game in hand.
Featured image: Mick McCarthy, Head Coach of Republic of Ireland looks on ahead of the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Republic of Ireland and Denmark at Dublin Arena on November 18, 2019 in Dublin, . (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Image