Portsmouth have introduced they’ve parted firm with supervisor Danny Cowley and assistant Nick Cowley after yesterday’s 3-1 defeat to Charlton Athletic at Fratton Park.
The Addicks earned their first victory beneath their new boss Dean Holden.
However it proved to be the ultimate match for the Cowley brothers, who additionally misplaced the reverse fixture in SE7 earlier within the marketing campaign.
Pompey are winless in 9 League One matches.
Chief government Andrew Cullen advised Portsmouth’s official web site: “We’re desperately upset that, following our current run of outcomes, we’ve at the moment made the tough choice to half firm with Danny and Nicky.
“Each Danny and Nicky have given every part to Pompey, working so laborious inside and out of doors of the coaching floor with a willpower to deliver success – not simply to the soccer membership, however to the town of Portsmouth and the broader group.
“Danny and Nicky each actually perceive Portsmouth and they need to look again with satisfaction on the progress and innovation they’ve delivered on the membership.
“We are going to endlessly be grateful to them for his or her private dedication in the direction of reinvigorating the particular connection between the soccer membership and our group. All of us want Danny and Nicky success in every part they go on to do.
“We should now look ahead and with 24 league video games nonetheless to play, we are going to focus all our efforts in the direction of delivering the targets we set for this season. The seek for a brand new teaching group will start instantly.”
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