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Beijing Guo'an Sack Alberto Zaccheroni
   2016-05-20 08:59:10    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Fu Yu

Alberto Zaccheroni watches a Beijing Guo'an game from the sides of the pitch [File Photo: Xinhua]

Beijing Guo'an have decided to sack Alberto Zaccheroni as manager of the team.

The club has informed Zaccheroni of the decision and the two sides are discussing details regarding the contract before they terminate it.

Assistant coach Xie Feng will act as interim manager until a successor is named.

Zaccheroni took over Guo'an at the start of this season.

The team have not been functioning well under his tactics.

Guo'an only managed two wins, three draws and have suffered four losses so far this season.

Their 2-0 home defeat by Hebei China Fortune earlier this week was the last straw.

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