Paul Bastock will take temporary charge of King’s Lynn FC while the club looks for a new manager.
He will look after things after former manager Ian Culverhouse left the Linnets by mutual consent.
Meanwhile the club has launched its search for a replacement. In a statement on its website, it says: “Currently we are at the wrong end of the National League table and the new manager will be tasked with turning that situation around, putting in a plan to ensure stability and safety this season and then to develop the club, with the aim of playing league football in the near future.
“Money will be available to strengthen the squad and, as the club does not have a game until the 11th December, it will give the new manager a few days to put his stamp on the team.”
It goes on to say: “The club has a massive catchment area, a passionate fan base, some great players, a stadium that has been upgraded over recent years, and an academy based at a local school that you will help us grow.”