CHESTER City have parted company with manager Mick Wadsworth after Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat at home to Forest Green.
Former Town boss Wadsworth, 58, was appointed at the Deva Stadium in June succeeding former Liverpool defender Mark Wright, but City, who started the season late under a 25-point penalty, have won just twice in 13 Blue Square Premier games.
And Tuesday night’s reverse to fellow strugglers Forest Green was their fifth home defeat in seven games at the Deva.
Much-travelled former Newcastle United assistant manager Wadsworth has brought in more than a dozen players in a bid to transform the club’s fortunes.
"This place is full of negativity and its really difficult. I’ve not known an environment like it," said Wadsworth.