Championship wrestlers Huddersfield Town have sacked head coach Mark Fotheringham after just four months in charge.
The former Hertha Berlin assistant boss has won just five of his 21 games in charge.
Fortheringham assistant Kenny Miller has also left the club, with Narcis Pelach in charge of the interim.
“Huddersfield Town can confirm that they have terminated head coach Mark Fotheringham’s contract with immediate effect,” read a club statement.
“His assistant, Kenny Miller, has also left the club. Narcis Pelach will take over the team as interim head coach.”
Fotheringham was appointed in September and only lasted 134 days in the job after replacing Danny Schofield, whose own mandate had lasted only 69 days.
Fotheringham’s sacking comes after he criticized his players after a late collapse against Blackpool on Tuesday in what turned out to be his last game in charge.
After the Terriers let slip the lead twice draw 2-2 against a Seasiders team who played the entire second half with 10 men, Fotheringham accused his players of “unacceptable concentration lapses defensively”.