Watford was ranked fifth when he arrived and is now second. The possibility of a direct promotion is quite high.
Xisco Muñoz’s influence on football is huge. Twenty league games (14 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses, 34 goals and 12 reverses) are enough to change the face of Waftord.
In mid-December, when he succeeded Vladimir Ivic (Vladimir Ivic), the “Bumblebee” who had just been relegated from the Premier League, They ranked fifth with 34 points in 20 games. In the same time frame, Spain increased by 45 and 11 more.
In fact, Watford has risen from fifth to second. Eight points separates him from Norwich, who is struggling with the leader, but The team led by Xisco Muñoz will advance directly. He leads Brentford (3rd) and Swansea (4th) by 9 and 10 points-both are one game short-with six days left.
The “Hornet” month in March has won him his first “Coach of the Month” award in England, and his goals are: Played five games and achieved five victories.It also recorded 12 goals, only 2 goals, leaving 3 clean balls.