Woodgate Out Warnock In
By Robert Nichols
Tuesday 23 Jun 2020 10:31:00
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Boro fans have started the day with the shock news of the sacking of manager Jonathan Woodgate. The humbling 3-0 defeat to Swansea City has cast the shadow of relegation over the club and the area. We were just so far second best in that game. The reaction on social media and over the radio waves from lockdown fans was a tidal wave of criticism. The chairman obviously felt he had to act.

Boro owner Steve Gibson has obviously felt he could not risk the club falling into the third tier for the third time in our history. Coming after COVID it could be such a terrible hole to dig ourselves out of. He has acted decisively and opted for the man with the best reputation in football for rapidly turning clubs around. Just as with Tony Pulis, Gibson has opted for experience to rescue Boro's Championship future.

The club statement read - MFC can confirm that head coach Jonathan Woodgate has been relieved of his duties with immediate effect.

Jonathan was relieved of his role on Tuesday morning and will be replaced by the experienced Neil Warnock.

Warnock will assume responsibility immediately.

The club would like to place on record its thanks to Jonathan for all his work in the role of head coach.

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