JUST three days after being confirmed as their permanent manager, Warrington Rylands have sacked Sam Wilson.

The club released a brief statement on Tuesday evening confirming that Wilson’s contract had been terminated by mutual consent, with no further explanation given.

No decision is believed to have been made as to how the club will proceed in terms of a replacement, with two games of the regular season remaining plus at least one more play-off game.

“The club has tonight terminated the contract of manager, Sam Wilson, by mutual consent,” the club statement read.

“No further comment will be made by the club.”

Wilson, who had been a player at Gorsey Lane since 2021, was appointed as interim co-manager alongside fellow senior squad member Dean Furman in February after the departure of manager Michael Clegg to Macclesfield.

Since then, he led an upturn in form with six wins from nine matches to secure Blues’ place in the Northern Premier League Premier Division play-off places.

As such, his appointment on a two-year permanent contract was confirmed on Saturday night.