They just couldn’t take it anymore, with Aston Villa sitting second from bottom on the log, the club has sacked Tim Sherwood as coach of the club.
Villa have not had a good start to the league losing eight of 10 matches, having just one point from nine matches.
Sherwood maintained the club in the topflight and led Villa to its first FA cup final in 15 years. However after making £50 million purchases on the transfer window.
TI’m Sherwood has not turned around the fortunes of the club, as they sit 19th on the log and habe now sent him on his way.
‘Aston Villa Football Club has parted company with manager Tim Sherwood today,’ an offical club statement read.
‘The Board has monitored the performances closely all season and believes the results on the pitch were simply not good enough and that a change is imperative.
‘However, the Club would like to place on record its sincere thanks to Tim for all his efforts during a difficult period last season and for the many positive contributions he has made to the entire football setup during his time with the Club. We wish him well in the future.’
Kevin MacDonald has been named as interim boss, with Villa’s search for a new manager already underway.