Darren Ferguson resigned as manager of League One side Doncaster Rovers on Monday.
The 46-year-old Scot, the son of Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson, revealed his decision in a League Managers Association statement.
"Following recent discussions and meetings with the board I have decided to resign from my position as manager of Doncaster Rovers Football Club," Ferguson's statement said.
"I'm disappointed to have made this decision as I have enjoyed my time at the club and was...
Darren Ferguson has expressed his gratitude for the support he and his family have received since his father Sir Alex suffered a brain haemorrhage.
Ferguson senior, who won 38 trophies during a reign of over 26 years at Manchester United, underwent emergency surgery after falling ill last Saturday.
United announced on Wednesday that their former manager was no longer in intensive care and was being treated as an inpatient.
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Rovers boss Darren Ferguson was absent for his side's final home game of the season due to "family reasons".
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AFC Wimbledon earned the point they needed to ensure League One survival as they drew 0-0 at Doncaster.
In a game of few chances, second-half substitute Kwesi Appiah twice went close late on for the visitors, but it was a case of job done for Neal Ardley's men.
Dean Parrett smashed a shot over the crossbar early on for Wimbledon, before Rovers goalkeeper Ian Lawlor comfortably saved Joe Pigott's header.
The hosts finally had their first shot at goal after 25 minutes, with Niall Mason lashing a drive...