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11 Oct 2004 ADAMS RESIGNS AS LEICESTER BOSS
Micky Adams has quit as manager of Leicester City, the club have confirmed.
A club statement said they had "reluctantly accepted" the 42-year-old's resignation at an emergency meeting of directors on Monday.
Chief executive Tim Davies said: "This is a very sad day for Leicester City Football Club.
"Everyone connected with the club wanted Micky to stay and we did our utmost to try to persuade him to change his mind."
Director of football Dave Bassett has been placed in temporary charge of team affairs as caretaker manager.
Leicester, who were relegated from the Premiership last season, were one of the favourites for promotion but have got off to a disappointing start.
Adams, who has been in charge of the East Midlands club since April 2002, hinted he could quit after a recent defeat against QPR