Johnson tasked with keeping Cheltenham up

The Football League's bottom club, Cheltenham Town, have turned to Gary Johnson in a bid to avoid relegation.

Gary Johnson has replaced Russell Milton as Cheltenham Town manager as the Football League's bottom club seek to avoid relegation.

The vastly experienced Johnson, 59, has been appointed until the end of the season, with Milton to be kept on as his assistant.

Cheltenham slumped to the foot of the League Two table on Saturday courtesy of a 3-0 home defeat to Plymouth Argyle and are two points from safety with seven matches to play.

Johnson, who becomes the club's fourth manager of the season, said: "I will be doing my best along with Russell to keep the club in the Football League.

"It's all hands on deck for the last seven games."