Wigan Athletic are once again searching for a new manager following the departure of John Sheridan to fellow League One side Swindon Town.
Sheridan joined the Latics in September after a short spell in Ireland with Waterford, where he took charge of just eight matches.
However, the 56-year-old didn’t last much longer at the DW Stadium, managing just 15 matches in all competitions, recording just three victories during that period.
The last of those 15 was a penalty shoot-out defeat to Tranmere Rovers in the EFL Cup, which came three days after Sheridan suffered one of the worst results of his managerial career as his Wigan were embarrassingly knocked out of the FA Cup by National League side Chorley in the first-round.
Wigan are yet to name a replacement, but the Latics faithful are more than happy to see the back of Sheridan, who earned just seven points from a possible 30 in his 10 League One matches as manager.
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Here, we’ve been looking at how Wigan fans have been reacting to the news of Sheridan’s departure Twitter.
Admire him for taking on a difficult task. But fair to say it’s not worked out. Even factoring in the injuries.
I do wonder if the plan all along was to move on at first opportunity. Seems rather convenient how quickly this has all come about. #wafc
— Stewart Hart (@JAGLeMans) November 13, 2020
Probably for the best all round
— Finton (@Finton05408696) November 13, 2020
Useless attitude was shocking glad see back of him only one way we was heading with him in charge get UWE rosler or Caldwell back
— Ellis radley (@fifaradley) November 13, 2020
Was never going to be our full-time manager 👍 let's hope for good news soon 💙
— Deb C (@deb_chap) November 13, 2020
Thanks for stepping when needed John. Good luck at Swindon.
— Sam Penman (@SamPenman88) November 13, 2020
Some good news finally 👌
— Sam Proe (@samproe06) November 13, 2020
— Latics1932 (@Latics1932) November 13, 2020
— Anthony Grundy (@AnthonyGrundy) November 13, 2020
Cans out 🍻 https://t.co/BQl3ablKMK
— CWorly (@Worly82) November 13, 2020
Initial thoughts on appointment were ‘fair play mate’ and ‘I know this is short term’
After listening to interviews ‘he’s honest, but gonna ruin young lads confidence’
— Danny Taberner (@UnTabs) November 13, 2020