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Swansea CityCooper has led Swansea to play-offs in past two seasonsHe has issues over direction of Championship clubWed 21 Jul 2021 15.36 BSTSteve Cooper has left Swansea City by shared permission after growing unsettled. The head coach led Swansea to successive Championship play-off surfaces however made clear his issues over the direction of the club.The 41-year-old took Swansea to the play-off final last season on a modest budget. Cooper was of interest to Crystal Palace before the Premier League club appointed Patrick Vieira, and his work at Swansea likewise brought in attention from Fulham, who selected Marco Silva.Which football managers have crossed acrimonious derby divides? The KnowledgeCooper said “it feels like a great time for all celebrations to make a modification” and Swanseas primary executive, Julian Winter, pointed to the head coachs contract scenario. “We felt as a club that the scenario needed clarity and with a new season edging more detailed, the shared nature of this choice allows both parties a possibility to look forward,” he said.Cooper has established a credibility as one of the countrys most amazing young coaches and has helped develop the children Joe Rodon, Rhian Brewster and Marc Guehi, the last of whom this week signed up with Palace from Chelsea after 2 seasons on loan at Swansea.The timing of Coopers exit is poor given Swansea are due to start the season at Blackburn Rovers in less than three weeks.

The KnowledgeCooper said “it seems like a great time for all parties to make a change” and Swanseas chief executive, Julian Winter, pointed to the head coachs agreement scenario. “We felt as a club that the situation needed clearness and with a new season edging better, the mutual nature of this choice parties a chance both allows to look forward,” he said.Cooper has actually developed a credibility as one of the nations most amazing young coaches and has helped develop the children Joe Rodon, Rhian Brewster and Marc Guehi, the last of whom today joined Palace from Chelsea after two seasons on loan at Swansea.The timing of Coopers exit is bad given Swansea are due to start the season at Blackburn Rovers in less than 3 weeks. It is unclear who will take interim charge and financial restraints suggest it is unlikely they will move for a manager for whom they should pay payment. The club has a longstanding interest in the Lincoln City manager Michael Appleton, who is recuperating after effective testicular cancer surgery, and the Queens Park Rangers assistant John Eustace is likewise believed to have been shortlisted before Coopers consultation in June 2019. bottomLeft topRight bottomRight We will be in touch to advise you to contribute. Look out for a message in your inbox in September 2021. Please call us if you have any questions about contributing.

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