Championship side Reading have sacked manager Steve Clarke after a year in assign of a club.
His depart follows Thursday’s 1-0 home better by QPR and comes only dual weeks after he
over their managerial vacancy.
Reading’s house of directors met with Clarke in chairman early on Friday to endorse their preference to boot him.
First-team manager Kevin Keen also leaves a club, with under-21s manager Martin Kuhl holding assign on an halt basis.
Former West Bromwich Albion conduct manager Clarke was allocated Reading manager in Dec 2014 and led a bar to an FA Cup semi-final opposite Arsenal in April.
He leaves Reading ninth in a Championship following a run of only one win in 8 games.
During his time in charge, Clarke won 19 of his 53 games, sketch 14 and losing 20.
Speaking after a better by QPR on Thursday, he denied being unsettled by a greeting of supporters following his preference to pronounce to Fulham.
“I know a supporters are unhappy that we’re not winning matches,” he said.
“If supporters approach annoy during me, it means they’re not directing during a players, so that’s fine.
“In football things can go opposite we sometimes. we can’t criticism on everyone’s opinion.”