Huddersfield Town part company with manager Mark Robins
Huddersfield Town have parted company with manager Mark Robins after just one game of the Championship season.
Following Saturday's 4-0 home defeat against Bournemouth, Robins, 44, met with the board and it was agreed he would leave his post.
A club statement read: "Mark and the directors all agreed it would be in the interests of all parties to part company."
Former Coventry boss Robins took over from Simon Grayson in February 2013.
|Huddersfield win percentage in 2013-14|
|51||33% (17)||22% (11)||45% (23)|
He helped the Terriers avoid relegation in his first season and guided the club to a 17th-place finish last term.
However, the club won just two of their last 13 league games in a 2013-14 campaign that finished with a total of 23 defeats.
Following Saturday's loss at the John Smith's Stadium, the former Rotherham and Barnsley boss was jeered by the fans.
Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle commented: "Mark has put his all into the job over the past 16 months and has made a big contribution to the club."
|Mark Robins' managerial career|
|Rotherham United||March 2007||September 2009|
|Barnsley||September 2009||May 2011|
|Coventry City||September 2012||February 2013|
|Huddersfield Town||February 2013||August 2014|
Assistant manager Steve Thompson will take charge of the team during Sunday's training session, along with first-team coach Steve Eyre.