Dave Jones has been sacked as manager of Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls fell to a third successive defeat as they went down 2-0 at Blackpool on Saturday and currently sit second from bottom in the Championship table, above Barnsley merely by goal difference.
Jones has led the South Yorkshire club to just one win from their 17 matches in all competitions this season and has now paid the price for that dismal record.
Sheffield Wednesday have announced the sacking of manager Dave Jones on the club's official Twitter feed.
Sheffield Wednesday's under-fire manager Dave Jones insists his side can get out of relegation trouble - but only if they "fight and scrap".
The Owls - who travel to Blackpool tomorrow - are currently 22nd in the Championship.
Jones, who was speaking at his weekly news conference, said some of his players need to take a long look at themselves, instead of blaming others.
The new Chief Constable of North Yorkshire police is holding a webchat later, inviting people to tell him about crime and anti-social behaviour problems in their area. Dave Jones has only been in the role for a month.
For more information visit North Yorkshire Police
Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones talks to the Press ahead of Saturday's South Yorkshire derby against Barnsley at Hillsborough. It's a real six-pointer with both sides just above the npower Championship relegation zone.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones has been charged by the FA following a touchline bust-up with Brighton coach Charlie Oatway during Wednesday's 3-1 win at Hillsborough on Saturday.
The FA announced in a statement "the charges, both for alleged improper conduct, are in relation to an incident which occurred during the game". Jones has until 4pm on Friday to respond to the charge.
Dave Jones has been confirmed as Sheffield Wednesday's new manager. He's signed a three and a half year contract at Hillsborough.