League Two side, Carlisle have sacked their manager Steven Pressley as the club currently sit 19th in the division.
Pressley left the club following the 3-1 defeat to Morecambe in the Leasing.com Trophy on Monday night.
The previous Friday, they had progressed through to the FA Cup 2nd Round, beating Dulwich Hamlet 4-1.
Carlisle say they had not seen sufficient progress under Pressley since he was appointed In January this year.
Carlisle’s decision does leave the Layman wondering what type of progress they were expecting, because when he was appointed in January, there were only a few months left until the end of the season, which then is followed by pre season and then the season kicking off.
Given that we are only 3 months into the season, it takes any manager a period of time to settle in, see how the team were playing, what adjustments need to be made and then implement them and thats just the theory side.
Add into the mix, financial constraints, injuries and suspensions; which will always hit any team in any league and you wonder quite what the Cumbrians aspirations are.
Either way, Pressley can leave with his head held high, knowing that previous managers and maybe some with a better pedigree than his, have left the club, after finding the same constraints.
He will be back in football soon and a better manager with this experience.