Tranmere Rovers have sacked supervisor Mike Jackson following a poor begin to the season for the League Two membership.
The Prenton Park side lost 1-0 to Morecambe on Saturday – their fifth league defeat of the season – and Jackson was dismissed after the consequence which left Rovers 18th within the desk.
Jackson, who loved a spell as a defender on the membership throughout his taking part in profession, was appointed in July earlier this 12 months following the departure of Micky Mellon, whom he was beforehand an assistant to.
Chairman Mark Palios mentioned: “I appointed Mike as a result of he was a superb coach who had some forward-thinking concepts and had performed a giant half within the two promotions loved beneath Micky Mellon’s tenure.
“I due to this fact felt he deserved the possibility to make the step up this summer season when Micky left the Membership.
“Even though this can be a season which has thrown up challenges that no supervisor has needed to face earlier than I’ve regrettably come to the conclusion that it’s proper for the membership to make a change of supervisor.
“This can be a season which might nonetheless but be shortened resulting from Covid so we do not need the posh of time to show issues round.
“The membership will all the time be grateful to Mike for his contributions first as a participant after which as assistant supervisor in addition to his efforts as first group supervisor.
“He has all the time proven himself to be a terrific skilled in no matter function he served the Membership and we want him properly for the longer term.”