Ipswich Town dismissed manager Paul Cook after making a goalless draw to League 2 Side Barrow at the FA Cup home.
In short, Tractor Boys have only won two of the last nine games in every tournament.
They also won only one of the four recent wins League 1 game.
Ipswich CEO Mark Ashton confirmed that there is currently no substitute for the 54-year-old head coach. The head coach was dismissed for a term of only nine months.
However, an extensive search was soon made and More information will be shared on Monday.
Ashton said: “First of all, I would like to thank Paul and his team for their efforts during the difficult transition period for everyone.
“We know how successful Paul wanted to be in this club, but after discussions with the board, we decided that change was needed for long-term gains.
“At this point, no one can replace Paul. An extensive search is done to find the best alternative for the club.
“I will contact the media and our supporters more on Monday.”
Cook was exchanged Paul lambert At Portman Road when he signed a two-year contract in March.
Ipswitch finished in 9th place under the former Wigan He was the boss of last season and is currently 11th at the League One table.
Cook leaves Bruce with a total of 14 wins and 15 losses in 44 games in all tournaments.
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Ipswich Sack boss Paul Cook just nine months after the horror run form, which includes a FA Cup draw with Minnow’s Barrow.
Source link Ipswich Sack boss Paul Cook just nine months after the horror run form, which includes a FA Cup draw with Minnow’s Barrow.