Barnet have put England C boss Paul Fairclough in charge on an interim basis following the departure of Edgar Davids at the weekend.
The Dutchman resigned from his position after Saturday's defeat at Chester, with Fairclough agreeing to fill the void while the search for Davids' successor continues.
Fairclough, who managed the Bees between 2004-08 and has had several spells in caretaker charge, will be assisted by Ulrich Landvreugd, Dick Schreuder and James Thorn.
A Barnet statement said: "The club believe that in Paul Fairclough we have a manager with significant experience in non-league football who can come in and have a positive effect both on and off the pitch.
"There has already been an incredible amount of interest in the managerial vacancy and the appointment of Fairclough will allow the club to assess their position and appoint the best possible candidate."
Fairclough took charge of training this morning ahead of tomorrow night's clash with Aldershot Town at The Hive.