League Two club Hereford United sacked Jamie Pitman on the 5th March and replaced him with Richard O'Kelly until the end of the season. The decision came after a poor run of results which leaves them hovering dangerously above the relegation zone.
Established in 1924, Hereford well and truly shot to fame when as a Southern League team knocked out the mighty Newcastle United in the FA Cup with Ronnie Radford's goal still being talked about in the 21st century.
The Bulls then saw themselves venture out of the non league sphere and headed into the Football League, where they cemented their place progressing to the old Second Division in 1976.
A rapid decline saw them plummet to the Fourth Division, but it wasn't until the 1996-1997 season that they were relegated out of the Football League and down to the Conference.
A decade later Hererford managed to bag Conference play-off glory under the stewardship of Graham Turner and they have been in the Football League ever since. Gaining promotion to League One was a highlight, but another relegation has seen them return to League Two and it is now the job of Jamie Pitman to cement thier place in the Football League.
A mixed set of recent results has seen Hereford United collect wins versus Frome, Dorchester, Arsley and Banbury United while suffering adverse results at Truro City, Chesham United, St Neots and Slough Town. Draws against Dunstable and Poole Town has seen them show mid-table form at best.