Fulham sack Symons following Birmingham defeatby Andy Dillon / 08 November 2015, 13:48Tweet
Following the London club's 5-2 Championship home defeat to Birmingham City, Kit Symons has been given his marching orders after just over 12 months in full-time charge of the club.
Symons took on the job following the sacking of Felix Magath and the club are now sitting in 12th place in the Championship table and eight points short of the play-off places. Fulham's Chairman, Shahid Khan has said "It is now time to take Fulham to the higher level of success that we expect from our manager and our players."
Fulham are now on the hunt for their 5th manager is just three years, early names in the mix to be the next Fulham manager include Nigel Pearson, Tim Sherwood and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Mike Rigg is currently leading the hunt for the new manager with Alan Curbishley taking training for the club....
Curbishley better not take it full time, my god that would be dreadfulâ Steve Pearce (@ffc_steve) November 8, 2015
Kit Symons sacked by Fulham. pic.twitter.com/2iAhOYXrE3â Paddy Power (@paddypower) November 8, 2015