Sevilla have confirmed that manager Pablo Machin has been relieved of his duties following Thursday's Europa League elimination at the hands of Slavia Prague.
The Spaniard joined the club last summer, but has struggled for consistency with
We can confirm that the Club has parted company with Pablo Machín. He will be replaced as First Team coach by Joaquín Caparrós until the end of the season.— Sevilla FC (@SevillaFC_ENG) March 15, 2019
We'd like to thank Pablo and his team for all their hard work at #SevillaFC.
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"Sevilla FC wants to thank Pablo Machin and his staff for the work they have done at the club. We wish them all the best for the future."
Sevilla have won just twice in La Liga in 2019, falling to three draws and six defeats. Before this miserable run of form, the team were second in the league table, battling with Barcelona and Atletico Madrid for the league title.
However, any title aspirations have now completely disappeared, with Sevilla now 23 points behind leaders Barcelona.
They now face the possibility of missing out on qualification for the Champions League, which seemed incredibly unlikely until January. Sevilla began to struggle in front of goal, with many fans growing frustrated at the side's failures.
Sevilla sit just five points behind fourth-placed Getafe, and Caparros will be desperate to help