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Clarence Seedorf leaves relegated Deportivo

Clarence Seeforf has left his role as head coach at Deportivo La Coruna, the club have confirmed. The Dutchman was appointed in February and given a huge task to rescue the Galician club from their bottom three status – but he failed to win any of his eight games in charge, seeing them relegated to Liga 123. A four match unbeaten run did feature however with draws, but the former AC Milan midfielder was unable to complete a turn around in form and performances. Depor will now approach the summer…

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Seedorf set for Deportivo exit after failure to save club from relegation

Clarence Seedorf has hinted that he won’t be manager of Deportivo La Coruna next season, following his side’s relegation to La Liga 123. The Dutchman failed to win any of his first eight games in charge at the Riazor, but a four match unbeaten run came to an abrupt end against Barcelona on Sunday evening as the Catalan side secured the league title and in doing so – the Galician club’ fate. Lionel Messi was at his sublime best at the Riazor as his goals matched with a Philippe Coutinho…

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Seedorf expecting to face Sevilla’s best side

Deportivo La Coruna boss Clarence Seedorf is expecting Sevilla to be at their best on Tuesday evening as the Andalusian’s chase the Europa League places. A win for Seedorf’s side would seal their third win in as many games, but Vincenzo Montella’s side are chasing the European places and will need three points. The former AC Milan boss took charge at the Andalusian club in December and has since guided them to a Copa del Rey final and the quarter-finals of the Champions League, narrowly losing to Bayern Munich last…

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Seedorf: It is important we go out to win from minute one

Clarence Seedorf believes his Deportivo side must attack from minute one against Malaga on Friday night if they want to secure three points. Both sides are expected to be playing in La Liga 123 next season after dismal form this term, but with neither side being mathematically down – a win is a must on Friday evening. With only 37 between them this season, neither side has been able to secure a decent run, despite Depor having installed Clarence Seedorf as boss. Depor sit three points ahead of Malaga but need…

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Clarence Seedorf still hopeful Deportivo can turn situation around

Deportivo manager Clarence Seedorf seems to be one of the few people left that believe Deportivo can avoid relegation. Depor fans were left baffled as Seedorf said on Radio Marca that “the fans would be scoring an own goal if they didn’t believe we can stay up.” Although it is true Deportivo played a good game against Atlético, who some believe won because of a very rigorous penalty, the situation is far from good, and could get worse should Deportivo fail to beat Málaga this Friday (19:45 BST, Abanca Riazor…

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Clarence Seedorf still believes Depor can turn their situation around

Clarence Seedorf has a near-impossible task of trying to keep Deportivo de La Coruña from relegation. Since his arrival back in February, the former Real Madrid midfielder has failed to win a single game, conceding nine goals and scoring just two, with nine games to go – including fixtures against Barcelona, Atlético de Madrid, Sevilla, Valencia and the ever-important Galician derby against Celta – and seven points away from safety, Seedorf still has a firm belief his team can avoid relegation. During an interview for Marca.com he said that he…

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Seedorf: I know people doubt us, but we must stay united

Deportivo boss Clarence Seedorf has called on the club’s fans to stay ‘united’ as his side seek to move out of the relegation places. Seedorf is yet to win at the helm of the Galician club, but he will be hoping a point and a better performance that late will see his side push on. Whilst Las Palmas boss Paco Jemez has been critical of his side in recent weeks and he will be more aggrieved having taken an early lead at the Riazor. Saturday’s game between two sides that…

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Seedorf believes his struggling Deportivo side are ‘still alive’

Clarence Seedorf is still searching for his first win as Deportivo coach, but believes his struggling side are “still alive.” Week-after-week Seedorf has claimed his players are starting to believe in their ability, and that he is confident of Deportivo improvement. But, the side is still languishing in 19th spot in the table. After this weekend’s 2-0 defeat at Girona, Seedorf said, “Two set-pieces led to them picking up all three points. “Honestly, I didn’t see a dead team. Instead, I saw a team who were alive, who had come…

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Seedorf: Players are starting to believe in their ability

Clarence Seedorf has said in the approach to the Friday night game with Girona that his players are now starting to believe in themselves. Depor have gone 12 La Liga matches without a win and with coach Clarence Seedorf still awaiting his first victory, Friday night’s opposition Girona offer no respite. The hosts head into the clash in great fettle having achieved 15 points from a possible 18. Other than a slight blip against leaders and rivals Barcelona where Pablo Machin’s side were succumbed to a 6-1 defeat they have…

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Seedorf confident of Deportivo improvement

Deportivo La Coruna boss Clarence Seedorf has said he remains confident he can overturn their recent form and get back to winning ways. Depor managed to pick up a point at home to Eibar, despite playing over 50 minutes with a man less than the visitors. The home side started brightly and had two great chances to open the scoring in the early minutes. Firstly, Lucas Perez rolled the ball across goal to Florin Andone who looked certain to score from seven yards but he was thwarted by the outstretched…

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