Leicester City have sacked Craig Shakespeare after just eight months in charge, with the Foxes currently in the relegation zone.
The Englishman took over as manager following Claudio Ranieri’s sacking in February, despite the Italian guiding them to the Premier League title just a season before, and he guided them to a 12th place finish.
But he has now been given his marching orders after just one win in his opening eight matches in the 2017/18 season.
A draw at home to West Brom was seemingly the final straw, and after four losses already this campaign, he has been given the axe.
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The 53-year-old took over on a caretaker basis at the end of last season and he was only named as the permanent man in charge in June.
But Leicester bosses will be seeking a new man to lead the club forward after ending his stay at the King Power Stadium.