YEOVIL TOWN have parted methods with coach Darren Manner.
The Glovers have been embroiled in a relegation battle after shedding 10 out of their final 12 League Two video games.
Manner, 39, has misplaced his job after Yeovil followers turned on the previous defender following the disastrous run of type, which noticed the aspect plummet simply inside two factors off the relegation zone.
Glovers supporters had been heard chanting “We would like Darren out” and “Time to go Darren” through the 2-Zero defeat to MK Dons on Saturday.
Manner had been accountable for the League Two aspect since December 2015, saving the membership from a drop that season.
He had additionally been one of many longest reigning managers within the EFL and prolonged his contract for an additional two seasons solely in November 2018.
Assistant coach Neale Marmon, who joined the membership in January, has taken over first crew supervisor duties on a short lived foundation whereas Yeovil are searching for Manner’s substitute.
The membership have printed a press release that learn: “While Darren’s dedication, robust work ethic and potential are all clear, the Board of Administrators has been compelled to behave because the run of type in 2019 – together with 10 losses within the final 12 video games – is just not acceptable.
“All at Yeovil City FC want to place on document our because of Darren for his lengthy service and contribution to the membership as a key participant, coach and supervisor.
“We want Darren nothing however the very best for his future.
“Neale Marmon has taken on first crew supervisor duties on a short lived foundation and we ask all our followers to strongly again him and our proficient squad of gamers within the remaining video games this season.
“Any extra modifications to the primary crew teaching construction that will happen might be introduced sooner or later.”
SomersetLive report that former Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke might be within the combine for the Huish Park job.