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Alex Dyer left his role as manager of Kilmarnock “by mutual agreement” after his team collapsed 3-2 at home in St. Johnstone.

The Englishman, who replaced Steve Clarke in 2019, has led the rugby park team to just two wins in their last eleven games.

And after driving 2-0 at St. Johnstone on Saturday, an announcement followed two hours later.

About Alex Dyer

Alexander Constantine Dyer (born 14 November 1965)[3] is an English former footballer who was most recently the manager of Scottish Premiership club Kilmarnock.

Dyer played mainly as a defender (he could also play in midfield) for eleven clubs in a seventeen-year professional career. His achievements as a player including helping Blackpool win promotion to the Third Division in 1985 and Crystal Palace to the First Division in 1989.

Playing career

Dyer began his youth career at Watford, but did not make a senior appearance for the club, signing instead for Blackpool for whom he made 108 appearances between 1983 and 1987. He moved on to Hull City in 1987 making 60 appearances, scoring 14 times, over the next two seasons. On 9 November 1988[3] Dyer signed for Crystal Palace and made his debut on 12 November, as a substitute for Neil Redfearn in an away 0–2 defeat to Bournemouth.[4] Redfearn moved on to Watford on 18 November[5] and Dyer took his number seven shirt for the next six games before losing his place to Eddie McGoldrick,[4] who signed from Northampton Town on 9 January 1989.[6] Those seven appearances (one goal) made up Dyer’s total for the 1988–89 season in which Palace achieved promotion to the top tier.[4] Dyer remained at Palace for the 1989–90 season making 10 further appearances and scoring one other goal, before moving on to Charlton Athletic. He subsequently played for, Oxford United, Lincoln City, Barnet, F.C. Maia (Portugal), Huddersfield Town and Notts County before moving into non-league football firstly with Kingstonian and then Hayes.

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