Why was the former SFA chief coach sacked?

A former football manager of the SFA has been dismissed from the top governing body. 

Josie Leech was sacked by the governing body over the handling of the controversial sacking of former SFC chief coach Peter Molyneux.

The 52-year-old, who also worked for the Premier League, English Premier League and Spanish La Liga, said on Twitter he was leaving the board in the wake of Molynes resignation.

“As you may know, I am now no longer with the SFFA,” he said in a post on Twitter.

“I have had an incredible career and am proud of my accomplishments, but I want to take a moment to thank all of my staff and supporters.

I wish them all the best for the future.”

Molyneaux’s sacking sparked controversy at the SFL and the SFC’s response. 

The former England and France defender has said he had no role in the decision to sack Molyeneux, who was sacked in June.

“The board has made it very clear it was a difficult decision for me and for Peter and the club, which I take very seriously. “

“SFFA and Peter and I have been working together for many years and I respect the way the board and the board of SFFAF have taken the difficult decision.””

Molech is the second former SFF boss to have been sacked this week, as former boss Bruno Di Canio resigned after just seven months.”

SFFA and Peter and I have been working together for many years and I respect the way the board and the board of SFFAF have taken the difficult decision.”

Molech is the second former SFF boss to have been sacked this week, as former boss Bruno Di Canio resigned after just seven months.

Former Chelsea boss Di Caniolo also left the board after a three-year stint.