ANGRY York City supporters called for manager Jackie McNamara’s sacking following a 4-1 defeat to Bristol Rovers.

Cries of “You’re not Fit to Wear the Shirt” were also belted out of the David Longhurst Stand.

The relegated Minstermen produced a miserable performance during their final home match of the season and perhaps the last-ever Football League fixture at Bootham Crescent.

Billy Bodin’s brace was followed by a goal from substitute Jermaine Easter before City replacement Kenny McEvoy replied with the hosts’ first on-target effort on 81 minutes.

There was still time for Lee Mansell to add a fourth, though, as the Pirates stayed in the hunt for automatic promotion.

Rovers had the first shot of the afternoon when Bodin fired wide from 30 yards after a poor second-minute Luke Hendrie clearance.

Bodin also headed over from a left-wing Cristian Montano cross before opening the scoring on 19 minutes.

The ex-Torquay winger picked up the ball on the edge of the box before jinking inside City left-back Kyle Cameron and beating Scott Flinders at his near post with a low drive.

In response, Luke Summerfield cleared the crossbar with a 15-yard half-volley, but the Minstermen mustered nothing else in the opening 45 minutes.

At the other end, Montano drove out of the ground from 20 yards and Lee Brown also fired too high from a similar distance following a short-corner routine.

City went on to survive a massive scare on 37 minutes when Dave Winfield, who was presented with the Billy Fenton Clubman of the Year award before the game, gave the ball away to Matty Taylor, but the 28-goal marksman surprisingly shot wide with only Flinders to beat.

Flinders also parried away Montano’s angled drive before the break.

Within seconds of the restart, Taylor had tested Flinders from the edge of the box and impressive Pirates midfielder Chris Lines went on a strong run with the ball before shooting at the City keeper from 15 yard.

Bodin’s low drilled shot was also kept out by Flinders after he had tricked his way past Cameron, before he claimed his second of the match.

He was played clear through the right channel after Scot Bennett failed miserably to deal with a forward pass.

Bodin then rounded Flinders before finding the net despite the presence of covering City defenders.

Substitute Easter added a third goal on 80 minutes with one of his first touches, racing on to Ellis Harrison’s pass before sidefooting past Flinders from ten yards.

McEvoy’s reply came within seconds, finding the roof of the net from four yards after Bradley Fewster’s low cross from the left.

But Rovers went up the other end to add a fourth on 88 minutes when Mansell drilled a low shot to Flinders’ left from 20 yards after a Jake Gosling effort had been blocked.