Fans in hysterics as Kilmarnock boss sacked after match is abandoned due to fog

Fans are in hysterics after Scottish Championship side Kilmarnock sacked their manager Tommy Wright on Saturday.

Kilmarnock were relegated last season, and they have slipped down the table this campaign due to a poor run of form.

Kili lead against Dunfermline through Oli Shaw's early penalty, but Craig Wighton replied for the visitors before the game was postponed.

Wright was later sacked by Kilmarnock, and in a statement, they said: "I know how much Tommy wanted to bring success to Kilmarnock.

"Everyone at the club is under no illusions that promotion back to the Premiership is the number one target."

However, fans were quick to poke fun at the sacking: "Bit harsh he can hardly control the weather."

Another joked: "He will be dearly mist."

"The real reason is still a bit foggy. But I’m sure it will clear up soon," a third tweeted.

A fourth joked: "Bet he couldn't see that coming!"

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Former Kilmarnock defender Rory Loy said: "I know a lot of fans who weren't happy with how the side were playing.

"I think the remit for this season was to win the league but their results against the other top five teams in the league have been very, very poor."

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