SCUNTHORPE UNITED have sacked supervisor Nick Daws after simply 4 League One matches this season.
The membership have introduced that assistant Andy Dawson will take cost of the crew for Saturday’s match in opposition to Barnsley.
The membership introduced the information on Twitter, which learn: “Scunthorpe United have parted firm with supervisor Nick Daws.
“We might prefer to want Nick all the most effective going ahead, and thank him for his efforts whereas with the Iron.
“Andy Dawson will take cost of the crew in opposition to Barnsley on Saturday.”
Daws was appointed because the membership’s supervisor in Might after two stints in cost as interim boss.
In 2016, he took cost of the membership till the top of the season after Mark Robins and assistant David Kelly had been sacked.
He was the membership’s assistant supervisor final season till Graham Alexander was axed.
The 48-year-old led the Iron to the League One play-offs alongside Dawson earlier than he was supplied the job completely.
However he has been axed after only a handful of league video games, which consisted of two defeats, one draw and one win.
His dismissal comes simply two days after a devastating 5-Zero house defeat to Fleetwood City.
The League One aspect will likely be hoping to bounce again in opposition to Barnsley at Glanford Park on Saturday.