Bournemouth have parted company with boss Paul Groves and assistant Shaun Brooks after winning just one of their 10 league games this season.
Who is Paul Groves?
1987-1988: Burton Albion
1988-1990: Leicester City
1992-1996: Grimsby Town
1997-2004: Grimsby Town
2004: Scunthorpe United
2004-2005: York City
2005-2006: Stafford Rangers
2001-2004: Grimsby Town
2009: Portsmouth (Caretaker boss)
2011- Bournemouth (Youth Team boss)
2012- Bournemouth (Joint-caretaker boss later appointed manager)
The Cherries, who are 20th in League One with only eight points,
lost 3-1 to Crawley
"Paul Groves and Shaun Brooks have asked me to express their thanks to the support they have received from the fans," said chairman Eddie Mitchell.
"We wish them well in the future, and who knows where that will take them."
faced a fans' protest on Saturday
defeat by Walsall
and was hit on the head by a programme, added: "I would urge our supporters to recognise the time and effort that Paul and Shaun invested in the first team and their unwavering determination to produce an attractive brand of football.
"As chairman of AFC Bournemouth, I have personally recognised the direction in which they were trying to take the team in terms of tactics and style of play, and throughout their time in charge they have had my full support.
"However, I believe that luck has not been on their side during their short period at the helm.
"As we know, football is a results business, but most people will be unaware of the hard work and dedication that they put in behind the scenes to help this club move forward."
On Tuesday, Groves had vowed not to turn his back on the club, despite fans calling for him the resign.
Fletcher 'saddened' by Groves exit
He told BBC Radio Solent: "In football you don't quit. Never quit on the pitch, never quit off the pitch."
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