Coventry sack Aidy Boothroyd
Coventry City have sacked manager Aidy Boothroyd after the club slipped down the Championship table in recent months.
Boothroyd was charged only in late last season after he was appointed to replace Chris Coleman and enjoy a bright start to the campaign.
However, the Sky Blues won only once in the last 16 matches in the tournament and was beaten 1-0 at Hull City at home for the weekend.
Results from Coventry to 19th position in the table, seven points outside the area after rlegasyon Boothroyd, aimed at 53 points to survive.
However, the team with 12 points shy of the total board decided Coventry prepared with Boothroyd before Tuesday's game against Liverpool.
Statement club added: "table Coventry City Football Club today released the first team duty Aidy Boothroyd with immediate effect.
"Assistant Manager Martin rascal had also had relief from his duties.
"first-team coach Steve Harrison, the main Scout Andy Thorn will be placed in temporary charge of team affairs.
"We would like to place on record our thanks and Aida Martin for their efforts.