Following on from the disastrous home defeat at the hands of bitter rivals, Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday, AFC Wimbledon decided to part company with Manager Glyn Hodges and his Assistant Nick Daws.
The home defeat to MK Dons was the straw that broke the camels back. It extended Wimbledon’s winless run to five matches
In that time, they have found scoring goals hard to come by and have leaked them pretty easily too.
In his previous media comments, Hodges had said that the boys were giving everything they had, but that the results were down to fine margins in both boxes.
Now that could be said to be true, but in some fans eyes, the manner of performance, has been what has hurt most.
Moving into a new stadium in November, its was supposed to to be the catalyst that move the clubs season forward.
Instead it has proved to be a millstone round the neck, with some poor performances.
It all came to a head, however, on Saturday, with the 2-0 home defeat.
In the interim period, while a new manger is found First Team Coach Mark Robinson has been placed in charge for the away trip to Oxford on Tuesday in the Papa Johns Trophy.