Wolves have sacked head coach Walter Zenga after just 87 days at the helm, as confirmed by Sky Sports.
Wolves currently sit 18th in the Championship and are four points from the relegation zone but have lost four of their last five league games.
Zenga was appointed on the 1st August and has won just four of his fourteen matches in charge. Before arriving at Molineux Zenga had relatively unsuccessful managerial spells in USA, Romania, Italy and the Middle East.
A club statement on Wolves official site said: “Wolves have announced that Walter Zenga’s contract has been terminated with immediate effect.”
“Stefano Cusin, assistant head coach has also left the club. Wolves will be conducting a thorough process to recruit a new Head Coach and won’t be revealing any timescales associated with this important task.”
“Rob Edwards, first team coach, has been placed in interim charge of the first team, supported by U23’s Coach, Scott Sellars.”
Back-to-back 2-1 defeats against Wigan and Norwich were followed by a draw with against local rivals Aston Villa. However, this didn’t change Zenga’s fortunes as Wolves suffered consecutive 1-0 losses to Brighton and Leeds, respectively.
Rob Edwards’ first game in charge will be on Saturday as Wolves make the trip to Ewood Park to face Blackburn Rovers.