Sheffield Wednesday have sacked manager Jos Luhukay.
The Owls have sacked the Dutchman after one win in 10 leaves the club languishing five points above the drop-zone.
Luhukay was absent from training earlier today as assistant Remy Reynierse and first-team coach Lee Bullen took the session.
Bullen will take charge of the team until they find a permanent replacement.
Luhukay, who counts Hertha Berlin among his former clubs, began his reign as Owls boss in January, recording a 0-0 draw against rivals Sheffield United at Bramall Lane in his first match in charge.
The 55-year-old won 16 of his matches at the helm and leaves with a win ratio of 33.33% after taking over from Carlos Carvalhal, who was sacked by the club on Christmas Eve last year.
Chairman Dejphon Chansiri told swfc.co.uk: “I would like to place on record my thanks to Jos for the efforts he has given to Sheffield Wednesday.
“But now is the right time for both parties to move on and I wish him all the very best for the future.”
Wednesday host Preston North End tomorrow (Saturday 22 December, 3pm KO).