After Club Brugge’s Europa League win over Molde last Thursday, Ronny Deila slammed the Belgian media and claimed that they were worse than what he’d experienced at Celtic.

Deila spent two years at Celtic between 2014 and 2016, and was replaced by Brendan Rodgers, who’s currently in his second spell at Celtic Park.

Last summer, the former Celtic coach took charge at Club Brugge and was subjected to constant criticism for various reasons, including poor results and performances.

On Monday, Club Brugge confirmed that they have parted ways with the 48-year-old, and his assistants, Efrain Juarez and Kristof Aelbrecht.

The Belgian club, through their official website, didn’t hold back when being critical of the Norwegian. Club Brugge have made it clear what ended their association with the ex-Celtic manager due to poor results and performances.

Club Brugge suffered four defeats in their last seven games and just three wins in the last 12.

The Jupiler Pro League side have stated it should be possible to get better results with the current squad and they felt the manager betrayed their ‘DNA’, which sounds rather lofty.

Deila probably feels a little bruised after his treatment in Belgium, and that seemed to be behind his Celtic comments last week.