Rotherham United have sacked manager Steve Evans, despite climbing out of the Championship's bottom three with back-to-back wins.
Evans had been in charge at the New York Stadium since April 2012 and oversaw successive promotions in the following two campaigns.
The 52-year-old, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to evade tax while at previous club Boston United, was recently linked with the vacant position at Peterborough United before it was handed to ex-Stevenage boss Graham Westley.
In a statement on the club website, Rotherham announced: "Following a meeting between the Chairman and Manager this morning it was decided Rotherham United Football Club would part company with First Team Manager Steve Evans and his Assistant Paul Raynor.
Rotherham actually beat Birmingham at the weekend, but it's almost like there could be other reasons someone might fall out with Steve Evans