DAVID HANNAH has been sacked as boss of PS Kemi Kings after fans threatened to boycott games if he stayed in charge.
The ex-Dundee United and Celtic midfielder had managed just one win from 14 games in charge.
Hannah spent three years at Celtic before return to Dundee UnitedNews Group Newspapers Ltd

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The club’s relegation from the Finnish top flight was already assured and supporters demanded he should be axed.
Club chiefs – who initially appointed Hannah as sports director at the start of the year – acted yesterday.
Hannah stepped into the dugout in June after replacing club favourite Jari Ahman, who had guided the side to promotion then kept them up for two seasons.

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