Mickey Lewis last night stepped down as Hayes & Yeading United manager - but will stay on at the club to work with it's youngsters.
The former Oxford United player only took the reins in May after United were relegated from National League South, but leaves the role with the team 19th in the Southern Premier after only three wins all season.
He will continue to work with the club's academy, while director of football Tristan Lewis, who has twice before been United boss, will take temporary charge until a replacement is found.
Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Redditch United, in which Harold Joseph scored and former Durham City defender Tom Gilbey made his debut, proved to be Mickey Lewis’ last match in charge.
Tristan Lewis will be in the dugout again for the first time tonight as United ‘host’ fellow strugglers St Ives Town, who are one place below them in the table, at Beaconsfield SYCOB.