Yeovil Town Sack Paul Sturrockby Jack Kitson / 01 December 2015, 14:38Tweet
Rock-bottom Yeovil Town are searching for a new manager after sacking Paul Sturrock. League Two's basement club have failed to win any of their last 12 games, resulting in Sturrock becoming this season's fourth fourth-tier casualty.
Sturrock took charge of Yeovil back in April, replacing acting boss Terry Skiverton in the dugout. The 59-year-old took charge of a side struggling at the foot of the League One table, who were relegated just two days after his appointment.
The current campaign has been equally miserable. The Glovers have registered just 11 points from 20 league games, scraping just two wins in the process, with Sturrock's final match a 2-0 defeat to Northampton.
Yeovil have named Darren Way as their interim manager, with Terry Skiverton as his asssistant in the Huish Park dugout, while they search for a new gaffer.