It's been announced this morning that Gillingham FC's head coach, Ady Pennock, has left the club.
A Club spokesperson has said it was by mutual consent.
The Head Coach, along with Jamie Day, have both left their roles at MEMS Priestfield Stadium.
The Club spokesperson said they: "would like to thank both Ady and Jamie for their services while at the club and we wish them well for the future."
Chairman Paul Scally will release a statement later today.
Players from Gillingham Football Club have visited children in hospital ahead of Christmas Day.
They handed out presents and some festive cheer at the Medway Maritime Hospital in Gillingham, even leading staff and children in a round of carol singing. Among the players were Cody McDonald, Stuart Nelson, Josh Wright and Emmanuel Osadebe. Derek Johnson reports.
Players from Gillingham FC have visited children in hospital ahead of Christmas Day.
They handed out presents and some festive cheer at the Medway Maritime in Gillingham, even leading staff and children in a round of carol signing.
We talk to children and parents. Also to Gills players Cody McDonald, Stuart Nelson, Josh Wright and Emmanuel Osadebe.
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Gillingham FC and the club's chairman Paul Scally say they will appeal against fines from the FA totalling £150,000 after sacking their striker Mark McCammon. It comes after an employment tribunal found the footballer was racially discriminated against when he was dismissed in 2011. Tom Savvides has the latest.
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally has told ITV Meridian he's furious after he and the club were fined for sacking their striker Mark McCammon. The penalties, totalling a hundred and fifty thousand pounds, have been imposed by the FA. It follows an employment tribunal ruling that the player was dismissed by the Gills unlawfully in 2011 in an act of racial discrimination.
Peter Taylor was appointed in October 2013 following the dismissal of former manager, Martin Allen.
Initially he was given an interim contract while the search began for a full time replacement but a month later he was confirmed in the role until the end of the season.
Under his stewardship the club managed 17th in the league, safely out of the relegation zone but Taylor has been plagued by a run of poor results this season.
They are currently only two points above the relegation zone following a 3 - 1 defeat to Bristol City at the weekend. They've won just six of their last 23 matches.
Assistant manager Andy Hessenthaler will lead the club at Port Vale on Saturday.
Gillingham FC have confirmed on that manager Peter Taylor has been relieved of his duties with immediate effect.
According to the club's website, Chairman Paul Scally, has asked the coaching staff to assist Andy Hessenthaler with this weekend's game against Port Vale.
Gillingham will discover their opponents for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern Area semi-finals on Saturday morning.
Following the completion of all quarter-final matches last night, the Gills know they will face League One table toppers, Bristol City, Coventry City or Leyton Orient in the last four.
If they do progress they will be in the Southern Area final - played over two legs - with a trip to Wembley awaiting the winners of that tie to face the Northern Area victors.
Peter Taylor's side made it into the Southern Area semis after a 2-1 win at Crawley on Tuesday night
According to the Gillingham FC website, Chairman Paul Scally held a meeting with the first team squad after training to confirm Peter Taylor's appointment as permanent manager.
He will remain with the club until the end of the 2013/2014 campaign.
Mr Scally said, “The players and I are delighted that Peter has agreed to stay on at the club and we wish him every success in his on-going efforts to push the team up the table.”