BERNE, April 30 (Reuters) - Former VfB Stuttgart and
Tottenham Hotspur manager Christian Gross has been fired by
Young Boys Berne after a sequence of poor results, the Swiss
Super League club said on Monday.
Young Boys said in a statement on their website that the
club had also parted company with two of his assistants after
managing only one win in their last 10 matches.
Erminio Piserchia was named interim coach for the rest of
Gross, who won four league titles and the same number of
Swiss Cups in a 10-year spell with FC Basel which ended in 2009,
was halfway through a two-year contract.
Although they sit third in the nine-team table, Young Boys,
last winners of the Swiss league in 1986, have dropped 25 points
behind FC Basel, who clinched the title with five games to spare
(Writing by Brian Homewood; Editing by John O'Brien)
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