Michael Laudrup still can’t believe that he was sacked from the post of manager at Swansea City and is threatening to take legal action against the club. The consecutive poor results resulted in the club taking this decision as Swansea managed to win only one game in one month and the starting of the season was even more disastrous for them losing matches on the trot.
Laudrup was really angry after he was informed that he would not be the manager anymore and he said that he was not even given the opportunity to say any last words to the staff and the players with whom he has spent so many good moments. In a statement at the League Managers Association Laudrup has said that he is very disappointed at the decision and has also criticized the manner in which the incident took place.
The club has also not taken any actions and has only dealt with brief letters which never really expressed why they have sacked him from the managerial post. He feels that the decision was taken in a hurry and the final action was a hasty one which he is not happy with.
Michael Laudrup helped Swansea to win the Capital One Cup last year which was the first silverware in years for the club. Laudrup feels that it was not necessary for the club to take such a decision.
He also went on to thank the fans for their support and hopes that they would continue to do that in the coming years and also added that it was an honor to manage a club like Swansea City which was almost a dream come true to him. In the statement he also mentioned that he was written that he would not be able to visit the training ground again to say farewell to the team members which is why he had to write the statement.