The Hornets released a statement earlier this afternoon confirming Mazzarri, 55, will depart Vicarage Road following Sunday's final Premier League game with Manchester City.
In it, chairman and chief executive Scott Duxbury said it had been "decided [Mazzarri] will be stepping down" following discussions with himself and owner Gino Pozzo earlier today.
“I loved it so much I made it one of Carpe Diem’s events and since then, I have run two teams in it every year and raised over £25,000 for the Royal Marines Charity.“I am now a Royal Marines cadet instructor in Bristol and I love what I do, I love being part of the Royal Marines family and that’s why they are my chosen charity.”The team taking on the challenge comprises of Donna Jordan, Del Williams, Steph Darbin, Marianne Elwin, Bev Ballagher, Kay Dowling, Amy Slade, Julie Raby, Jodie Pearce, Gino Resteghini, Jason Gooderham, Sophie Ake, Liz Gowing and Kayleigh Yeoman.
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Donna, who owns Carpe Diem fitness, said: “There are 14 of us in the team and we are all striving to get fitter, leaner and stronger than we have ever been so we can accomplish this challenge in a good time.Donna is an avid supporter of the cause as her dad was a military man.