Granada have sacked manager Paco Jemez after just six games in charge.
Jemez leaves the club 19th in La Liga and without a win to their name.
Jémez, who took charge only a few months ago, leaves the club after just six games in charge and will speak to the press at 14:45 CEST following his final training session. Granada B coach Lluis Planagumà is set to take charge of the first team until a replacement is found.
The timing of the decision is surprising – despite the club’s poor start – as it was believed that the board was willing to give Jémez more time to turn the situation around, starting with the home match against Leganés on Saturday.
A statement on Granada’s official website read: “After studying in detail the current situation and the results obtained, we have taken this decision unanimously.”
Granada, who have competed in Spain’s top flight for the last six seasons, will attempt to put their first win on the board when they host Leganes on Sunday afternoon.