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Preziosi had to go - he's just learned the first rule of management - that everything is your fault. Plus he's too proud and arrogant to move aside.
Look at the major decisions Ducati management have made in recent years: -
Allowing Stoner to go
Sending Melandri to a psychiatrist when he criticised the bike
Hiring Rossi/Burgess, & over-estimating their abilities
Not letting Burgess make the engine changes that he wanted....
He made a mess of them, so he had to go.