Watford have sacked Rob Edwards as the team’s manager, just ten games into the season.
Edwards was appointed this summer after leaving Forest Green Rovers, where he got them promoted to League One last season.
The Hornets are currently 10th in the Championship after just 10 games played this season..
According to reports, former West Brom and West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has been pointed as a likely replacement.
A club statement said: “Watford FC has relieved Rob Edwards of his duties as Head Coach.
“The Board of Watford Football Club wishes to place on record its thanks to Rob for all of his work since his appointment and wish him and his assistant Richie Kyle – who will also leave the club – all the very best for their future careers in coaching and management.
“The Hornets will confirm its newly-appointed Head Coach in due course.”