Middlesbrough Football Club is looking for a new manager, after saying goodbye to an old friend.
Tony Mowbray has been sacked after Boro's disappointing start to the Championship season as Simon O'Rourke reports.
Tony Mowbray has left his position as Middlesbrough manager.
The club confirmed that assistant Mark Venus would take over from the 49-year-old, who has been at the helm since 2010.
A statement on their official website read: "Middlesbrough Football Club have today announced that manager Tony Mowbray has left the club with immediate effect.
"Assistant manager Mark Venus will take charge of the team until further notice."
Middlesbrough Football Club confirmed this evening that Tony Mowbray has left the club with immediate effect.
Assistant manager Mark Venus will take charge of the team until further notice.
In a brief statement, Middlesbrough FC paid tribute to its former captain, who had returned as manager in 2010:
– Middlesbrough FC
The club would like to place on record their sincere thanks to Tony Mowbray for all of his substantial efforts, dedication and integrity. He leaves with the very best wishes of all at the club.
Tony Mowbray has parted company with MFC. The Evening Gazette has reported that he has left the club following a poor start to the season. Mark Venus will take temporary charge of the club.