Scarborough Athletic joint-managers Bryan Hughes and Paul Foot have left the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North club by mutual consent.
The duo were appointed as joint bosses on a permanent basis in December 2014 after a successful spell in interim charge.
Thirty-nine-year-old Hughes signed for the club in March 2013, helping the club to promotion from the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division title with a number of assured displays in the centre of midfield.
He started his professional career at Wrexham before moving to Birmingham City in 1997, going on to appear 293 times for the Blues including two seasons in the Premier League. He then moved to Charlton Athletic, where he enjoyed three successful seasons before joining Hull City on a free transfer.
In 2011 he played in the Europa League for Icelandic side ÍBV Vestmannaeyjar, before a spell at Accrington Stanley prior to his move to Boro.
Foot has vast experience in the game with his previous clubs, including Scarborough FC, Frickley Athletic and more recently North Ferriby United.
As a player, he is a commanding centre-back who is strong in the air and in the tackle. His ability to lead from the front and undoubted commitment to the club made him a fans` favourite.