Hmm… nice perspective there. Perhaps that exact thing should be done by Berizzo, resign and concentrate on his health. Because after all, health is more important than anything and without it, nothing can be achieved or valued or enjoyed in life.
So yeah… perhaps time to say goodbye to Berizzo and hopefully he will not be stubborn enough to want to stay for longer. Nothing that he has tried has worked, and I doubt there is any Sevillista that fully understands this system and that is not puzzled by this team in overall.
It would be good to have a deal with Berizzo so that the club pays his remaining contract salary, but it is still considered as resignation due to health rather than the harsh sacking. It would be better for Berizzo’s morale and image, and better for the club to care about him in that way.
Even if Berizzo continues, he will be most likely sacked in the summer, as there’s an extremely slim chance that things will change for the good with this system, no matter who comes and goes, the system of play and the tactics altogether suck… at least for Sevilla. Celta is another story.