Steven Pressley has lashed out at Heart of Midlothian for getting rid manager John McGlynn.
McGlynnâ€™s role as Hearts boss was mutually terminated on Thursday but former Jambos skipper Pressley, who is manager at Falkirk, felt that it was a poor decision by the Edinburgh club.
â€śItâ€™s once again a ludicrous situation,â€ť he said.
â€śJohn has been faced with a number of factors being Hearts manager. It has been a near impossible job.
â€śOne is the financial predicament of the club. Two is the loss of key players. Three is a signing embargo.
â€śWhen you put all of these things together, his position has been a very difficult one.
â€śTo remove him from the position when you take all that into consideration is ludicrous.
â€śI donâ€™t understand it. I donâ€™t know what people think managers can do. I genuinely mean that. His hands have been tied at that club.
â€śBut does the outcome surprise me? No. You have to start looking deeper than the manager of the football club.
â€śThe reaction at every club to any disappointment is to remove the manager.
â€śHistory will show you and statistics will show you that until you get a proper strategy and stability at a football club it will not change.â€ť