Sky sources report that Dean Austin will not renew his contract as Watford assistant coach following the departure of Quique Sa
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Sky sources report that Dean Austin will not renew his contract as Watford assistant coach following the departure of Quique Sanchez Flores. Peter Moylan Jersey . Austin, 46, formerly a player with Southend, Tottenham and Crystal Palace, joined the Hornets as assistant to Slavisa Jokanovic in January 2015, helping the club to secure promotion to the Premier League that season.He stayed on when Spaniard Sanchez Flores took charge and was a key member of the coaching structure as Watford enjoyed a successful season back in the top flight. Walter Mazzarri has signed a three-year deal at Watford Having previously spent just two single seasons in the Premier League, Watford stayed up comfortably on this occasion, eventually finishing 13th, and also reached the FA Cup semi-finals.However, it was announced towards the end of the campaign that Sanchez Flores would not be in charge for the 2016/17 season and Austin is to follow him out of Vicarage Road.Former Sampdoria, Napoli and Inter coach Walter Mazzarri has been named the new head coach at Watford and will begin work on July 1. Also See: Who is Walter Mazzarri? Watford sign Sinclair Watson extends Watford deal Premier League season grades Edinson Volquez Jersey . LOUIS -- The Atlanta Braves used a two-run rally in the ninth to end their road trip with a win. Conner Greene Jersey . -- Martin Kaymer never lost sight of opportunity even amid so much evidence of trouble in the closing stretch Sunday at The Players Championship. https://www.cheaproyals.com/257a-ian-kennedy-jersey-royals.html . The 25-year-old native of Milford, Conn., has 18 points in 41 games this season. The five-foot-eight 166-pound centre also has 28 points (10-18) in 15 games with AHL Oklahoma City.Berkeley, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - The 21st-ranked Washington Huskies will try to bounce back from their first loss of the 2014-15 season as they open up Pac-12 Conference play against the California Golden Bears at Haas Pavilion. Washington was 11-0 on the season before the team hosted America East program Stony Brook on Sunday. The Huskies suffered their first loss of the new campaign against the Seawolves, 62-57. Washington is 1-0 away from home on the year. California was 10-1 on the season until two consecutive losses against Wisconsin (68-56) and CSU Bakersfield (55-52) set the Golden Bears back to 10-3. This home clash is the sixth contest in a seven-game stretch in Berkeley for California. These two Pac-12 rivals have met a 158 times on the basketball court in their series history, and the all-time advantage favors California by just two games, 80-78. The programs met last February in Seattle, which saw the Golden Bears come away with a 72-59 road win. Overall, Washington seriously struggled to get any sort of offense going in the teams home loss - the first of the season - against Stony Brook. The Huskies shot a mere 34.3 percent for the game from the field, and connected on only 3-of-10 shooting from 3-point range. The Seawolves did a stellar job limiting Washingtons best players, as Nigel Williams-Goss and Robert Upshaw each netted 10 points apiece to lead the team as the only Huskies players in double digits. Upshaw chipped in 11 rebounds for the double-double, and Jernard Jarreau added 10 boards in the loss. Williams-Goss leads a group of four players averraging a double-digit point total this season, as the guard is netting 13. Danny Duffy Jersey. 6 ppg this season with a team- best 80 assists. The Huskies are scoring 70.8 ppg on 44.5 percent shooting from the floor, but the teams scoring defense has been the real story so far. Washington is allowing just 58.7 ppg to opponents on an especially low 33.9 shooting percentage. Andrew Andrews (12.0 ppg), Upshaw (10.8 ppg) and Shawn Kemp Jr. (10.3 ppg) round out the teams double-digit scorers. California will be hoping for a complete turnaround in terms of offensive success against the Huskies on Friday. The Golden Bears netted just 39.1 percent of their field goal tries in the teams three-point loss to CSU Bakersfield, including just 2-of-15 from 3-point distance. Tyrone Wallace led the way for the Bears with 17 points, also grabbing nine rebounds in the defeat to come just short of a double-double. David Kravish did complete the double-double for Cal, netting 14 points with 10 rebounds. Wallace has played well enough to already garner attention as a potential Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year candidate. The guard leads the team in all three major statistical categories. Wallace enters the game against Washington averaging 19.2 ppg, 8.8 rpg, and has dished out 53 assists in just under 35 minutes per outing. Jordan Mathews (12.8 ppg) and Kravish (10.6 ppg) are the teams other two double-digit scorers, although Jabari Bird (11.7 ppg in six games played) would help out the scoring effort plenty if he were healthy. He will miss yet another game with a bruised left foot. ' ' '