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Yikes! Hopefully, this is not a sign of things to come at Charlotte FC…

If you did not know, the newly-formed expansion side that is playing in its inaugural MLS season has decided to fire its manager after just 14 games.

Yes, Miguel Angel Ramirez was wished his best future endeavors by the franchise, despite the team appears to be in a solid position in the MLS league standings in their debut campaign.

Now, whilst it would have been impossible to have foreseen the fact that the manager would be sacked inside the first 14 matches of the organizations league history when using mostbet-bd.net, many may have found it a little bit easier to predict the outcome of the matches that they would have been playing in and will play going forward.

But, why did Charlotte FC decide to part with Ramirez so early on? Thankfully, GOAL decided to take a look and try to explain why.

Now, we might have suggested that it could have been due to differences away from the field that we are not privy to, given that the results were rather decent for the first season. Additionally, it might have been easier to accept that things were becoming a little overwhelming with the continued demands, but it seems the board is being a little more ambitious straight away.

According to sources to the media outlet, who claim Rameriz was overwhelmingly popular with fans, there were a variety of factors at play.

The club probably did not like that he provided an outburst about the squad he had prior to the start of the season as he claimed he was “screwed“, whilst it is thought that people within the club actually believed the expansion side was underachieving with the squad that they have.

Contrastingly, many believe the team is overachieving, given their status in the league and how they are the “new boys”.

Nonetheless, assistant coach Christian Lattanzio will serve as interim boss for the rest of the campaign.

However, if the club’s executives had an issue where they felt Ramirez was underachieving, then they might want to give his replacement some leniency, especially as it was another one of their decisions to hire him in the first place.

This is because Lattanzio has never been a top-flight head coach before. He has, though, served as an assistant for several clubs before Charlotte, having worked under Patrick Vieira, Fabio Capello, Gianfranco Zola, and Roberto Mancini throughout his career.

Perhaps he has learned a thing or two, for his sake at the very least…