Norwegian manager Henning Berg has been sacked as coach of Blackburn Rovers after only 57 days in the job, the Indian-owned English Championship club announced on Thursday.
Former Blackburn Rovers professional-turned-coach, Norwegian Henning Berg (left), fights with Wales player Craig Bellamy in the friendly football match between Norway and Wales at Ullevaal Stadium in Oslo 27 May, 2004. Henning has been sacks as Blackburn coach after only 57 days in the job.
Berg signed a three-year contract on October 31 but he guided Blackburn to just one victory in his 10 matches at the helm and Wednesday's 1-0 loss at Middlesbrough was the team's fifth defeat in six matches in England's second tier.
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