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Birmingham manager to step down at the end of the season

Birmingham City manager, Pep Clotet, is set to step down at the end of the season, it has been revealed on Monday morning.

He has decided to step down and the Club has agreed to allow him to explore other coaching opportunities.

The 43 year old has been allowed to leave the Championship club to “explore other coaching opportunities”.

Clotet had been assisting previous boss Garry Monk before succeeding him as head coach, initially on an interim basis, in June 2019.

The club currently 16th in the Championship table, with the season expected to resume on the 20th June.

Clotet said: “It’s been a really difficult decision to take because it’s a privilege to be part of the Blues family, but it’s the best step for everyone and it allows the club to continue to move forward with their vision and strategy.”

Chief executive Dong Ren said: “Pep will depart with our very best wishes.

“In the meantime, Pep continues to have our full backing and we are all determined to do everything we can to finish the season strongly and give him the fitting send-off he deserves.”

Fans reacted after finding out that Birmingham manager Pep Clotet is to step down at the end of the season. See what they said on the next page.


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