Bottom club Watford are said to be considering a managerial change at the club for the second time this season.
Watford made the first managerial change of this season in the Premier League when they sacked Javi Gracias after just four games but they have not improved much since former manager Quique Sanchez Flores replaced him.
The Hornets were given a lifeline in their battle to survive the drop after they won their first game with a 2-0 away win over newly promoted outfit Norwich City.
The Norwich City game was the last match before the November international break and all that good work went down the drain following the 3-0 victory at home to Burnley.
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Chris Woods, Ashley Barnes and James Tarkowski all scored for the Clarets.
Former Chelsea, Liverpool and Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez is one of the managers being considered by Watford in the event that they sack Quique Sanchez Flores from his post.
Watford won’t consider managerial options like Tony Pulis and Sam Allardyce according to the Telegraph.
It was revealed that fire brigade managers like Tony Pulis and Sam Allardyce are not an option for Watford as the Hornets attempt to maintain their model as a club.