Ipswich sacked manager Paul Cook following a goalless draw against League Two’s Barrow at home in the FA Cup.
That means Town has won only 2 of the last 9 matches in all competitions.
They also have only one win out of their last four in League One.
Ipswich CEO Mark Ashton said: “First, we want to thank Paul and his team for their efforts during a difficult transition for everyone.
“I know how much Paul wants to be successful at this club. However, after discussions with the board, we decided a change was needed for our long-term interests.
“At this time, no one is lined up to replace Paul. There will be an extensive search to find the best replacement for the Club.
“I will be communicating more with the media and our supporters on Monday.”
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/16941997/ipswich-paul-cook-fa-cup-barrow/ Ipswich SACK boss Paul Cook comes just nine months after a string of horrifying forms that included an FA Cup draw with little boy Barrow