Birmingham sit 17 th in the table and lost to Swansea on Wednesday night.
Pep Clotet has actually left his position as Birmingham head coach after the club’s 3-1 home defeat to Swansea.
The 43- year-old was due to action down at the end of the season, however a 10 th Championship match without a win brought his departure forward.
Birmingham are 17 th in the table, 4 points above the transfer zone with 4 matches to play.
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Clotet did not speak to the media after the loss to the Swans and his exit was revealed simply after 11 pm.
A Birmingham declaration read: “Pep Clotet has this night left his position ashead coach He was due to action down at the season’s end however it was equally concurred that he needs to give up the role instantly.
” The board would like to put on record its genuine thanks to Pep for his efforts during the past 2 years.
“We will be making no further comment at this time.”
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On The Other Hand, Swansea manager Steve Cooper has actually backed Rhian Brewster to stay the man for the big event after he began his side’s return at St Andrew’s.
Brewster scored his 8th goal in 16 games given that signing up with on loan from Liverpool in January.
His strike counteracted Lukas Jutkiewicz’s early opener prior to Ben Cabango and Jay Fulton put Swansea within a point and a location of the play- arch-rivals and offs Cardiff.
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“That’s where you want him – in the box and scoring goals and if he gets a chance in the box, you fancy him,” stated Cooper about England Under-21 s forward Brewster.
” It wasn’t a simple finish– you may look back on it and state he needs to score however he kept it down well and seized the day.
” I was actually delighted for him once again. When he may have gone round the keeper, I believed he might have got another.
” However he was full of running and endeavour once again and a goal danger.
“These younger players have to make the most of their opportunities they’re being given and that doesn’t just apply to him but all of the young players.”
Cooper worried the result was the only thing that matters as Swansea made it back-to-back wins.
“Getting the three points was really important at this stage of the season,” added Cooper.
” It was a tough start and they actually rocked us with that however it was a fantastic response from the kids.
” I believed we played wonderfully in the first half in regards to our placing and possession and looked a real danger, moving them about.
” It was practically waiting on that minute to produce opportunities which’s what we did.
“I was happy with the performance and the result and we have to get ready for the weekend now.”