Hereford have sacked manager Simon Davey following the club's poor start to the season.
Assistant Andy Fensome also leaves Edgar Street after Saturday's 2-0 defeat to fellow strugglers Barnet. Davey leaves the club bottom of npower League Two having only picked up one win in their opening 10 games, scoring just four goals in the process.
A club statement read: "Hereford have today parted company with manager Simon Davey and his assistant Andy Fensome. The club decided to terminate their contracts after an unacceptable start to the season which has seen the club slump to the bottom of the table with just one win and four goals from 10 games."
Davey only took the reigns in July, coinciding with a change in ownership at Edgar Street, but having not won since the opening day of the season he has struggled to impose his stamp on proceedings.
Hereford have yet to win at home this term and have conceded 20 goals in their 10 league games.
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