Swindon Town have confirmed they have "parted company" with manager Mark Cooper.
The Chairman, Lee Power, will take temporary charge of the team, but will not be the club's next manager.
Read the full statement below:
Swindon Town can today confirm that they parted company with Mark Cooper at the weekend.
The football club would like to place on record their thanks to Mark for his outstanding work ethic and commitment to the job during his two-and-a-half-year tenure. Mark did a fantastic job which culminated in the club reaching the League One Play-Off Final last season.
Unfortunately, performances and results this term have not been as good as the club had hoped for with the current squad.
The Chairman, Lee Power thought it was time to make a change and informed Mark of his decision on Saturday night after the defeat at Millwall.
Lee will take temporary charge of the team but will definitely not be the club’s next permanent manager.
The club have already started drawing up a shortlist and plan to have a manager in place by the end of the month.
Swindon Town are looking for a new manager after parting company with Mark Cooper.
Cooper had been with the Robins for more than two years but a run of eight games with seven losses and a draw spelt the end of his time at the County Ground.
Tom Bassam - Sports Writer for the Swindon Advertiser - says Mark Cooper was unfortunate with injuries.
Swindon Town and manager Mark Cooper have "parted company".
Swindon confirmed the news after their 2-0 defeat against Millwall yesterday. The team's website says "Swindon Town Football Club have this evening parted company with manager, Mark Cooper. A full statement from the football club will be made on Monday."
Swindon have lost the last eight games, and are 20th in the table.
Cooper's been in charge of the club since August 2013. There are reports that chairman Lee Power will take over temporarily.
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Andy King, a former manager of Swindon Town FC, has died at the age of 58.
The football legend who managed Swindon Town a couple of times between 2000 and 2005, is believed to have suffered a heart attack earlier today. Before his work as a manager he enjoyed a long playing career that included a legendary stint at Premiership side Everton during the seventies.
Tributes have been paid to him on Twitter by clubs and fans.
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Swindon Town players have been getting ready for the match that will make-or-break their season.
It's the club's sixth appearance at Wembley this Sunday, but the first for almost all the players.
Matthias Kurth reports.
Swindon Town Football Club is preparing for its play-off final this Sunday.
If they beat Preston at Wembley they will be in football's second tier for the first time in fifteen years.
Robert Murphy's been seeing how the town is getting ready for the big match.
Excitement is growing in Swindon as the town's football team prepares for the playoff final at Wembley on Sunday.
Swindon booked their place in the League One play-off final after an incredible 5-5 draw with Sheffield United – a result which saw them through 7-6 on aggregate.
But the thousands of fans who are heading to Wembley face travel chaos. There are no trains out of Swindon because of engineering works.
First Great Western are urging fans to still travel by train – albeit with their journey starting with a rail replacement coach service which will take them to Reading.
A win at Wembley on Sunday will see them join Bristol City in the Championship next season.
Swindon Town's Sam Ricketts says he didn't even know the final score of their semi-final match against Sheffield United until he came off the pitch.
They faught out a ten goal thriller against United in the second leg of the semi-final. It finished 5-all on the night and 7-6 on aggregate, making it the highest scoring play-off match ever.
Meanwhile, manager Mark Cooper said a play-off final win would be a "ridiculous achievement."