Bournemouth coach Scott Parker lost by a huge margin against Liverpool. The English coach was fired by the club three days after the 9-0 defeat. Bournemouth has played only four matches in the league so far. And Parker had to be dismissed in the first month of the league, which has never been seen in the last 18 years of the English Premier League.
Bournemouth conceded 9 goals at Anfield on Saturday. Liverpool led 5-0 in the first half. After the break, Bournemouth could not get back into the match, scoring 4 more goals. This is Liverpool’s biggest Premier League win in history. Earlier, only Manchester United and Leicester City had the record of 9 goals. United scored 9 goals twice. Roberto Firmino had a big role in Liverpool’s goal celebration. The Brazilian forward scored two goals as well as assisted his teammates on three goals
After that defeat against Liverpool, Parker complained that the club had not spent enough money on new players.
Said, he is not too surprised at such a rate. The 41-year-old English coach took charge of Bournemouth 14 months ago. Bournemouth qualified for the Premier League under him, although the end was not happy. The club’s return to the top league of English football was also great. Aston beat Villa 2-0 in the first match. But he scored 16 goals in the next three matches.
In August 2004, Sir Bobby Robson was sacked as manager of Newcastle, and Paul Sturrock was also sacked by Southampton in the first month of the Premier League season. Then Scott Parker became the first coach to be sacked in the first month of England’s top league.
Bournemouth owner Maxime Damin thanked Parker at his farewell, saying, “His return to the Premier League last season was one of the biggest achievements in the club’s history.” But this decision is to maintain the trend of improvement as a team and a club. Another English coach, Gary O’Neill, will serve as Bournemouth’s interim coach.