German champions, Bayern Muchen have parted ways with their coach Carlo Ancelotti after just a season and half in charge.
Ancelotti’s sack was triggered by 3-0 loss to Paris Saint Germain at the Pac de Princes on Wednesday.
The Italian born coach took over from Pep Guardiola but has not been able to straighten up tings for the Bavarians as they demand.
An official statement published on the club’s website explains that there was intensive analysis of the situation before giving Ancelotti the marching orders.
Ancelotti left his former club, Real Madrid under similar circumstances though he guided them to their famous tenth Champions League title before hand. He has also managed clubs like Parma, Juventus, AC Milan, PSG and Chelsea where he won tiltles.
He managed 60 games as coach of Bayen Munchen and recorded 42 wins (70% ), 9 draws and 9 looses. His Bayern side scored 156 goals and conceded 50. He also won one Bundeliga titles, and two German Super trophies for 2016 and 2017.
Willy Sagnol, who was a Bayern player and was second in command for Ancelotti , is the one appointed as interim coach. Meanwhile, former Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel is the best tipped to take over as he is currently without a team at the moment, although the dreamer in Munich for the future is Jürgen Klopp , currently in Liverpool.