Barnet are reported to have sacked boss Ian Hendon after they failed to secure their League status last night.
Although the club have not made an official announcement, several news sources are stating that they have dispensed with Hendon's services after last night's 1-0 loss to Accrington, their fifth straight loss. They have picked up just 21 points from the last 30 games after being in the play-off spots in October.
They have two games of the season remaining with a potentially season defining trip to Grimsby on Saturday before they entertain Rochdale on the final day. If they fail to claim at least a draw at Blundell Park they will need to win their final day match against the side second in the League to confirm their Football League place for next season.
Update: The Barnet OS has confirmed the sacking and goes on to say that Paul Fairclough will take charge until at least the end of the season. The club have also parted company with 'consultant' Peter Shreeves, while Fairclough and chairman Tony Kleanthous will meet supporters tomorrow night.
Update 2: Barnet have also disposed of first team coach, and reserve keeper, Lee Harrison and physio Mark Stein with Fairclough wanting a 'fresh start' for the final two games of the season.