Crawley Town supporters have taken to Twitter following the news of head coach Dermot Drummy's departure earlier today.
Reds managed to collect just five points from a possible 21 from their previous seven League 2 matches.
A poor run had seen then dragged into a battle for safety, before survival was confirmed last month.
Turkish owner Ziya Eren held a meeting with Drummy today, when it was decided Reds would part company with the former Chelsea academy coach.
After his dismissal fans have taken to Twitter to give their thoughts.
Andy Salmon, @fish01551 posted: 'Last 2 managers gone before end of season. How can we hold onto players if cannot hold managers. Expect players to leave like every season.'
@JaiSra22, simply said: 'Good.'
@Glebbers_ tweeted: 'Look at our record in the last 5 months.'
While @redzbarchat posted: 'How can you hold on or attract new players playing the way we do tbf.'
Reds' final game of the season come on Saturday as they host Mansfield Town - managed by former Crawley boss Steve Evans.
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