Southampton has parted ways with their Head Coach Mark Hughes after winning just 5 out of the 27 games he has been in charge.
Hughes won just five of his 27 games in charge at St. Mary's and leaves following Saturday's 2-2 draw with Manchester United.
The former Stoke and Manchester City boss helped guide Southampton to Premier League survival last season, but has been unable to steer the club further away from the relegation zone this campaign.
Assistant manager Mark Bowen and coach Eddie Niedzwiecki have also left the club, while Kelvin Davis will take charge of Wednesday's game at Tottenham.
Hughes becomes the second Premier League manager to be sacked this season, after Fulham replaced Slavisa Jokanovic with Claudio Ranieri in November.