Jack Ross has been sacked as Dundee United manager following his side’s devastating 9-0 defeat by Celtic on Sunday.
He follows Bournemouth’s Scott Parker in being given the boot after a 9-0 loss, with the Cherries boss axed earlier on Tuesday morning after the hammering by Liverpool.
Ross’ men were comprehensively beaten by the Hoops and both Kyogo Furuhashi and Liel Abada slotted hat-tricks.
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A club statement read: ‘Dundee United can confirm head coach Jack Ross has been relieved of his duties with immediate effect.
‘Liam Fox will take charge of the the first team on an interim basis with the focus now fully on Wednesday’s Premier Sports Cup match with Livingston.’
United have been on a disastrous run and let in 24 goals in just five defeats over three weeks.