The Board of Directors of Evo-Stik League South East club Aylesbury United announced that Glyn Creaser was no longer the Ducks first-team manager.
Creaser has been with Aylesbury for nine years, first as a coach, and then manager.
He brought dedication, loyalty and commitment to the role.
A former Wycombe Wanderers, Kettering Town and Barnet defender with over 300 appearances in the game, Creaser was appointed Aylesbury manager in October 2015 after a brief interim spell in the role following the resignation of Tony Joyce.
Je had joined the Ducks five years earlier as first-team coach after spells locally with the likes of New Bradwell St Peter, Newport Pagnell Town and Ampthill Town.
A dramatic end to his first season in charge saw Creaser stave off the threat of relegation for the club, before leading the Ducks to a comfortable mid-table position in 2016/17.
However, a mixed start to this campaign has seen the Ducks win only seven of their opening twenty-five games, and his time with the club was brought to an end on Monday night.
Ben Williams has been placed in temporary charge, assisted by Michael Hogg, and their first game saw them lose to league leaders AFC Rushden & Diamonds at The Meadow 2-0 with nine-men and midfielder Greg Williams on goal for three-quarters of the match.
— Ollie Bayliss (@Ollie_Bayliss) December 4, 2017