Newport County have sacked manager Terry Butcher after just five months in charge.
County currently sit bottom of League two, with just one win from ten games since the former England international took charge of the club in April.
Butcher’s assistant Russell Osman and Chief Scout Steve Marsella have also parted ways with the Exiles as part of the shakeup.
In a statement, the club say they are hopeful of naming a successor before Saturday’s meeting with Exeter City.
The move comes amid a week of change at Rodney Parade following the agreed takeover of the club by a consortium of supporters after the departure of major backer Les Scadding.
Newport County are goalless at half-time away at Brunton Park against Carlisle United.
They currently sit bottom of the table, with six defeats from seven games.
Newport County drew 0-0 at Dagenham and Redbridge in League Two, as their poor start to the season continued.
Lenell John-Lewis had Newport's best chance in the first half, while visiting goalkeeper Joe Day denied Dagenham's Jamie Cureton late on.
The result leaves Newport still without a win, having earned just two points from eight games, and sitting at the bottom of the table.
Newport County are goalless at half-time away at fellow League Two strugglers Dagenham and Redbridge.
Newport are bottom of the table, with six defeats from seven games.
Newport County went down 3-0 to York at home, going down to 10 men in the closing minutes of the game.
Goals from James Berrett, Reece Thompson and Vadaine Oliver sealed the win for the visitors. Danny Holmes was sent off for the Exiles after picking up two yellow cards.
Disappointment for Newport who lost 3-0 away to Cambridge in League 2.
Newport County finished their season with a 1-0 defeat at home against Oxford United.
It was Jimmy Dack's final game as caretaker manager, before Terry Butcher takes over.
Mike Flynn was sent off for Newport, as Kemar Roofe scored the visitors' goal at Rodney Parade.
The result means Newport County finish the season ninth in League Two.
FULL TIME: County 0-1 Oxford. The visitors fail to read the script and leave Dack with a final game defeat, and Flynn sees red on 100th app
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Newport have appointed former England captain Terry Butcher as their new manager.
The Sky Bet League Two club, who are unable to reach the play-off positions on the final day of the season, have been supervised by caretaker boss Jimmy Dack since Justin Edinburgh joined Gillingham in February.
But 56-year-old Butcher has now been asked to lead the Exiles for the next two years.
His management career includes spells with Sunderland, Brentford and Inverness and has also taken him to Australia with Sydney FC, while he was most recently in charge at Hibernian.
In League 2, Newport County went down against Dagenham & Redbridge, despite goals from David Tutonda and Aaron O'Connor.
Final score: Newport 2-3 Dagenham & Redbridge.