Harry Kewell has been sacked as Notts County manager after 14 games in charge of the club.
Kewell, who is a former Liverpool winger, agreed a three years deal with the club after replacing Kevin Nolan at the Meadow Lane earlier in September.
The former Liverpool man’s fate was decided because of the chances of the club being relegated as they are currently in the 22nd position in the league table.
The club management are not sure Kewell can turn things around in the club and thereby forcing the decision to have the manager leave having held talks with him.
The destination of the former Liverpool manager is unknown as he will either have to anticipate a new life with a new job or enjoy a compulsory holiday.
A way to go for Notts County is also not disclosed but his assistant is expected to take charge of the team until the club are able to agree on who to bring in for the job.
There is no assurance the Championship side can avoid relegation for next season unless a new manager is able to do the magic for the club while new players must be recruited to help equip the team.