Former Airdrieonians manager and Celtic star Mark Wilson has become the first managerial casualty of the season.
The League Two side finished bottom in Scotland’s fourth tier last term, saved from a play-off to retain their SPFL status by the curtailment of the 19/20 campaign. But Wilson’s young side haven’t started well this term.
They have lost every game so far this season under the former Airdrie and Celtic man’s guidance, conceding a minimum of three goals in each outing.
Their campaign started with two heavy defeats in League Cup action, losing 6-2 and 7-0 to Dundee United and St Johnstone. League Two proceedings haven’t started well either, suffering 5-1 and 3-0 losses.
Now Brechin have moved to relieve Wilson of his duties after 13 months at the Glebe ahead of the weekend’s match with Albion Rovers.
Wilson enjoyed a good career as a player, featuring heavily for Celtic and Dundee United. His management career started at Airdrie in 2016 before moving to Brechin City last September.