Bournemouth has sacked manager Scott Parker just three days after their 9-0 loss to Liverpool, accusing him of showing disrespect to the club. Jurgen Klopp’s sentence to Scott Parkers’ dismissal from the Premier League was a reflex reaction that had little impact on Bournemouth’s woes. Manager Scott Parker has been disappointed with Bournemouth’s activity in the transfer market this summer, insisting his young side is not ready for the Premier League challenge after last season’s promotion. However, his post-match comments about Liverpool’s limited spending appeared to be a factor. After the game, Parker said he thought the club had not spent enough this summer despite paying £22.6 million for two players and making three free moves.
A rocky start to the Premier League season, including a record Premier League defeat to Liverpool this weekend, has prompted Bournemouth to release Scott Parker from his duties. Bournemouth‘s promotion to the Premier League, last season under his leadership will forever be remembered as one of the most successful seasons in our history. Club owner Maxim Demin took the opportunity to express gratitude to the manager and his team for their efforts at the English Premier League club Bournemouth. Although boss Scott Parker led Bournemouth to promotion out of the league in his first season in office, owner Maxime Denim used his axe to make sure the club “keeps progressing” in an attempt to survive in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Bournemouth is 18th in the Premier League standings, losing 3-0 to Arsenal and Manchester City 4-0 after beating Aston Villa 2-0 on the first weekend. The defeat leaves Bournemouth three points but with the worst goal difference in the Premier League, minus 14. At the same time, Bournemouth owners are said to be looking for a quick appointment of a new manager with similar stock to Scott Parker’s. This summer, Fenway Sports Group again came under fire from Liverpool officials for investing in Jurgen Klopp’s team.
In any case, Parker has become the first sacking by the Premier League Club in 2022–2023. In terms of days from the beginning of this season, he is the 12th shortest in the league’s 30-year history. Even more concerning, three of the people behind him on the list and seven above him never managed another Premier League team. Parker stands out since he is currently promoted team’s indisputable No. 1 player. No other promoted team has responded with such rapidity, and it is easy to see why given that this is such a cruel move that completely disregards any sense of loyalty and employer connections.