English club, Luton, on Friday, ended their agreement with supervisor, Graeme Jones.
Jones left the Championship side by common assent in the wake of going through very nearly a year at the club.
Luton unveiled this in an announcement on their official site.
“Given the present conditions influencing football as well as the world in general, the club is taking an early move to rebuild to diminish its cost base and to make efficiencies inside the football division.
“Because of genial conversations, Graeme Jones and the governing body have conceded to terms whereupon he will leave his job with prompt impact.
“The board might want to put on record their gratitude to Graeme Jones for his endeavors in the course of the most recent a year.
“We wish Graeme and his family well during these troublesome occasions for everybody, and in his future profession,” it read.
Luton as of now sits in 23rd spot on the log with nine matches remaining.