Swindon Town and manager Luke Williams will part company as a result of the Wiltshire club’s relegation to Sky Bet League Two as reported by BBC Sport.
The 36-year-old has spent the past 16 months in charge at The County Ground but has been unable to prevent the club from falling through the relegation trap door.
After hearing news of their manager’s departure, Robins fans took to Twitter to give their views on the situation at their club.
Get Lee Power back in the dugout, I say #STFC
— Benjamin Wills (@_BenWills) May 5, 2017
Good. Change required and change occured albeit a little late in the day. Next appointment crucial #stfc
— Rob Gage (@RobGage2) May 5, 2017
— Luke Barstow (@lpnb1991) May 5, 2017
Williams gone, just Power and Sherwood to leave and never return to football #STFC
— Jack Scarrott (@jackscarrott) May 5, 2017
Better late than never. Well done, Power. First step on the road back #stfc
— Jonny Leighfield (@JonnyLeighfield) May 5, 2017
The last two relegations were followed up by big name appointments, surely LP knows he has to do the same, give fans some excitement. #STFC
— Dan Johnson ن (@danwjonson) May 5, 2017
Right decision for Williams to go but had to manage under extremely difficult circumstances. #stfc
— Daley Turner (@Daley_turner) May 5, 2017
It is now believed that Swindon Town are inviting applications for the managerial vacancy and will take time in selecting the right candidate for the post.