Premier League side, Burnley F.C, have parted ways with English manager, Sean Dyche, after being at the helm of affairs of the club for almost 10 years
The club also confirmed the axing of assistant manager Ian Woan, first-team coach Steve Stone and goalkeeping coach Billy Mercer.
“Firstly, we would like to place on record our sincere thanks to Sean and his staff for their achievements at the Club over the last decade,” chairman Alan Pace said in a club statement on Friday.
“However, results this season have been disappointing and, while this was an incredibly difficult decision, with eight crucial games of the campaign remaining, we feel a change is needed to give the squad the best possible chance of retaining its Premier League status.
“The process of replacing Sean has begun and further announcements will be made to supporters in due course.” Pace also revealed.
Dyche held the record of the longest-serving manager in the Premier League, overseeing one of the most successful periods in the Club’s history.
Burnley gained promotion to the top tier league twice from the Championship and also broke a 51-year jinx by qualifying for Europe.
Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers held on to oust Liverpool and reach the FA Cup fifth round with a deserved victory at Anfield.
Richard Stearman put the visitors ahead after only 53 seconds and Helder Costa set up Andreas Weimann to double Wolves’ lead later.
Divock Origi scored a late consolation for the largely subdued Liverpool.
The result is the second defeat in cup competition in four days for Jurgen Klopp’s side after they lost to Southampton in the EFL Cup semi-finals on Wednesday.
However, it was a massive win for Arsenal in spite of the manager Arsene Wenger’s touchline ban.
A Danny Welbeck brace, followed by a Theo Walcott hat trick ensured that the Gunners trashed Southampton 5-0 at the St Mary’s Stadium.
In other FA Cup matches played on Saturday, Sean Dyche’s Burnley knocked out championship strugglers Bristol City with a 2-0 win at Turf Moor, while league leaders Chelsea put four goals past Brentford with Willian, Pedro, Branislav Ivanovic and Michy Batshuayi all getting on the score sheet.
Elsewhere, Manchester City put their troubles in the league behind them to beat Crystal Palace 3-0.
Blackburn Rovers also defeated Blackpool 2-0 while League One side, Oxford pulled off the biggest upset in the round with an impressive 3-0 victory over promotion chasers Newcastle United.
Stewart Downing’s superb 69th minute strike sent Middleborough through to the next round as Aitor Karanka’s men beat Accrington Stanley 1-0.
Tottenham came back from behind to beat League Two side Wycome Wanders 4-3 as South Korean forward Son Heung-Min scored a stoppage-time winner.