Former Wycombe Wanderers striker Kevin Betsy has been fired from his job as Crawley Town’s manager after just four months in charge.

The 44-year-old, who scored 25 goals for the Chairboys across two spells, took over the reins in what was his first managerial role in the EFL, following stints in the England youth set up between 2016 and 2021.

He was also Arsenal’s Under 23 boss for the 2021/22 season before joining the League Two club.

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However, after just 16 matches in charge which only saw three wins, Betsy, along with assistant Manager Dan Micciche, were deemed surplus to requirements.

In a brief statement, Crawley said: “On behalf of everyone at Crawley Town, the club would like to thank Kevin and Dan for all of their efforts during their time at the club and wish them both well for the future.

“Lewis Young will serve as interim manager.”

The Sussex-based club are currently bottom of League Two with six points from their opening 12 games, in which they lost eight times.