Football League Side Part Partner with Former Leeds United Coach

We are going to take a look at the recent relegation battle that led Milton Keynes Dons to part ways with Mark Jackson, the former Leeds United the relegation of Don has been confirmed this Sunday afternoon as they drew the match with Burton Albion while Forest Green Rovers were defeated by Cambridge United to leapfrog the Buckinghamshire club.

The first senior head coach, Jackson’s role comes to an early end after 5 months, having they took on MK Dons on 23rd December with the side grappling to remain in the third tier of English football.  The club released a statement on Tuesday, which read that Milton Keynes Dons Football Club has separated from Mark Jackson, the head coach, after the relegation of the club to Sky Bet League Two. 

They have also released a statement that Robbie Stockdale- the assistant head coach and Aaron Dagger– the Technical Insights Analyst will depart the football club, too.  In the statement, it was also mentioned that the club thanked Aaron, Robbie, and Mark for their efforts during their session at Stadium MK. Everyone in the club MK Dons wishes them all success in the time to come. Pete Winkelman, the Chairman is going to meet the media this Thursday for addressing the relegation of the club and discuss the next steps MK Dons will take. 

Jackson had taken over the team when they were in the 22nd position on the table and presided over 6 wins at the stadium MK. It includes the end-season run where the team went 7 unbeaten giving themselves a strong fighting chance to retain the status of League One. Nevertheless, the club has gone winless in their ultimate 8 games of the campaign. They relegated one point and finish in the 21st position.