Walsall have sacked manager Kevan Broadhurst following the club's relegation to League Two after Saturday's home defeat against Huddersfield.
Broadhurst took over at the Saddlers in February, following the departure of Paul Merson, but a disastrous run of eight games without a win saw the club sink to their second relegation in three years.
Walsall's experienced midfielder Mark Kinsella will take charge of the final two games of the season, as the board of directors seek a long-term replacement.
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JC, Walsall: "Another masterstroke from the people in charge at Walsall. Broadhurst has barely had time to get acquainted with the job and now he joins the growing list of people who couldn't live up to Ray Graydon. Has the club ever made a worse decision than sacking him?"
Rob, London: "We can't underestimate the trouble we're in here. A small club with a low fanbase, no money, no manager and a board that doesn't seem to know what to do next. We've already dropped two leagues in two seasons. No joke, I'm nervous that next season we might struggle to stay up again."
Graham Maxwell, Wednesbury: "Broadhurst was brought in with a job to do and that job was to avoid relegation. He knew the deal and couldn't deliver so let's not shed any crocodile tears over that now. The big mistake was allowing Merson to plod on for too long when it was obvious that he didn't have it in him to turn things round. We should try and get Gary Megson in now. He's the kind of guy who wouldn't be scared of kicking a few butts and shaking things up."