Paul Sturrock has been sacked by Sky Bet League Two side Yeovil Town after a dreadful start to the season, the club has confirmed on their official site.
He joined the Glovers in April 2015 and was unable to save them from consecutive relegations and their struggle has continued this season, as they have won just two league games.
Despite being in the Championship in the 2012/13 season, Yeovil are now bottom of the entire Football League and are without a victory in 12 League Two games.
Sturrock leaves after recording just six wins in his eight months with the club and the board have decided to make a change in order to keep them in the division.
Former player Darren Way has been confirmed as the club’s interim manager and the 36-year-old will be hoping to turn things around and stake his claim for the job on a full-time basis.
The Glovers are just two points away from safety but performances have been as disappointing as the results in recent weeks, and they have collected just 11 points from their 20 league games.
Yeovil fans…what do you make of the news? Was parting company with Sturrock the right decision? What has gone wrong at the club in recent years? Let us know what you think in the comments below!