Harts Kevels has cleared the area of Notts in just over two months at the wheel. Former Australian football was appointed to replace Kevin Nolan at the end of August, but saw on his side win only three of the 14 games under his leadership.
Second, after week 22 of the second league after last week's league with Oldham, chairman Alan Hardy's statement on Tuesday confirmed that Kevels, assistant manager Warren Feeney and first-team analyst Paul Murphy had an immediate effect: "The passion and commitment of Harry to the coach is beyond dispute I enjoyed seeing his love of work from his origins, and this gives me complete pleasure to get away from him.
"Sorry, things just did not work for him here at Meadow Lane. The results were not good enough and performance indicators are still a cause for concern. We do not see a reason to continue something we do not think it can work on. Harry leaves our best for the future and our search The new manager begins immediately. "We hope to appoint two games at home in Cheltenham Town before the Saturday league."
Former Nottingham Forest defender Steve Chettle is expected to take on the same time, with Kewell becoming the 15th Football League leader to leave his job this season, finishing his job at Crawley.
On Monday, AFC Wimbledon and the Shrewsbury League were dismissed by Neal Ardley and John Askey, respectively, and this team was detained for more than six years. It followed Phil Braun to leave Swindon on Sunday.
However, it's surprising that this season, Premier League has yet to change, compared to four, this past season. But this season there is still a lot to be done to reach the 2015-2016 season. The year's record when amazing 56 managers changed jobs, including 11 of the top battles.