JACK Ross has been sacked as manager of Oxford United's Sky Bet League One rivals Sunderland. HP10 9TY | 01676637 | Registered in England & Wales. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience – the local community. The club announced this afternoon they had terminated the 43-year-old's contract after 17 months in the role. Former Sunderland boss Jack Ross Picture: Richard Parkes. Michael Appleton is named Oxford United head coach after manager Gary Waddock is sacked as part of an ownership shake-up. Justin Edinburgh has been sacked by Gillingham after the club’s hierarchy lost patience with the team’s form this season. The Saddlers are currently third from bottom of League One, a point from safety with five matches left to play. Those ads you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services.

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Ross's departure comes three weeks before Sunderland visit United in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup. 679215 Registered office: 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. but could not prevent them being relegated from the Championship after being docked 10 points for entering administration. A statement on the club's website said: "The board has taken the decision after much consideration, and in the best interests of Oxford United FC. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here.

Eales' investment follows BBC Radio Oxford reporting last month that the club had been the subject of multiple takeover bids. The 4o-year-old Spaniard was axed after the League One team's 2-1 home loss to bottom side Bury on Saturday. In a statement,external-link Lenagan said: "We would like to thank Gary for his effort and contribution through the past months on behalf of Oxford United and to make it clear that this change does not in any way reflect on his performance or capability as head coach.". The former Liverpool and England defender, 42, was suspended last week following rumours of a row. Lenagan said: "We would like to thank Gary for his effort and contribution through the past months on behalf of Oxford United and to make it clear that this change does not in any way reflect on his performance or capability as head coach. after Roberto di Matteo was sacked as manager in February 2011. boss of Portsmouth in November of that year. Sunderland reached the play-off and Checkatrade Trophy finals last season, but are currently sixth in the division and on Saturday were beaten 2-0 by Lincoln City - managed by former United boss Michael Appleton. Managed Middlesborough before becoming England Manager. Paul Scholes slams 'centre halves' Fred and McTominay but hails brilliant Partey, Man Utd legend Roy Keane questions whether Cavani even warmed up vs Arsenal, Wanda stuns in leather Halloween catsuit - and promises shes an 'angel inside', Solskjaer not right for Utd job and stars don't respect him, says Deeney, PL bosses under pressure to SCRAP pay-per-view games during second lockdown, ©News Group Newspapers Limited in England No. Former Oxford United manager Michael Appleton has taken temporary charge of the side ahead of …

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Last updated on 4 July 20144 July 2014.From the section Football. Monday night's 1-1 home draw with the Baggies saw Leicester's winless Premier League run reach six matches - the same as when Ranieri was sacked earlier this year. Having had his playing career cut short by a serious knee injury while at West Brom, Appleton started his coaching career at The Hawthorns and had one match in caretaker charge after Roberto di Matteo was sacked as manager in February 2011. This service is provided on News Group Newspapers' Limited's Standard Terms and Conditions in accordance with our Privacy & Cookie Policy. Lenagan and Eales, who will become chairman, now each hold more than 30% of the shares in Oxford United Ltd, but both with less than 50%. A consortium led by local businessman Charlie Methven submitted an offer to buy Oxford but Woodstock-based Lenagan opted for a deal to secure future funding while remaining part of the club. To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. He added that the new structure bodes well for the club's future ambitions.