Pep Leaves City On Mutual Consent

Birmingham City boss Pep Clotet has left the club after Wednesday's 3-1 defeat by Swansea City. 
The Spaniard, 43, was set to leave the Championship side at the end of the season but said it was "mutually agreed" he would step down immediately.
Birmingham have not won in 10 league matches and are 17th in the table.
First-team coach Craig Gardner and professional development coach Steve Spooner will be in charge of the team for Sunday's game at Stoke City.
Clotet was assistant to former boss Garry Monk before succeeding him as head coach, initially on an interim basis, in June 2019.
He had previously worked under Monk at Swansea and Leeds, before a brief spell as Oxford manager, but when Monk was sacked by Blues last summer, they parted on bad terms.

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