Luton Town boss John Still has been sacked by the League Two club after a poor run of form
Luton, who were tipped as promotion candidates before the start of the season, have struggled so far this term and currently languish in 17th spot in the League Two table.
The Hatters have lost their last four games in all competitions and the pressure has been building on manager Still.
Still guided Luton back to the Football League with promotion in the 2013/14 season and he led them to an eighth place finish last season, finishing just one place outside the play-offs.
However, Luton have struggled to replicate that form this season and have won just seven of their 21 games in League Two this campaign.
Luton have managed to pick up just four wins from their last four games with those victories coming up against sides below them in the table.
The club's board are keen for the club to be challenging for the play-offs again and have decided to dispense with Still's services as they look for a new man to transform their fortunes.