Karanka has left the relegation-threatened Premier League club after four years.
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Middlesbrough sacked manager Aitor Karanka Thursday and handed the Spaniard's assistant Steve Agnew the pressing task of trying to keep the relegation-threatened club in the Premier League.The football club, promoted last season after a seven-year absence from the top flight, thanked Karanka for his work over the past three-and-a-half years.Middlesbrough are 19th in the Premier League, with a game in hand over Hull City who are two points above them but three adrift of 17th placed Crystal Palace.With only 19 goals from 27 matches, and just four wins all season, 'Boro have scored the fewest goals in the top flight despite keeping a tight defense.
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