Rossington Main have parted company with manager Steve Brennan.
Brennan was appointed as Steve Lodge’s successor in November 2013.
He initially improved results at the Northern Counties East League Division One club, taking over with Main 18th in the table and guiding them to a 13th place finish.
In Brennan’s solitary full season in charge, Rossington finished 15th in the table.
Brennan was relieved of his duties following Saturday’s 3-0 pre-season freindly win at Bridlington Sports Club.
A short statement on Main’s official website said: “It is with regret that the club has parted company with our manager Mr Steve Brennan who leaves with immediate effect.
“From a chairman’s point of view it was a pleasure working with Steve whom I feel progressed the club both on and of the pitch, unfortunately circumstances within the club have been the main contributing factor for his departure.
“The club wishes Steve every success in his future endeavours and I certainly feel he would be a huge benefit to any football club he joins.”
Brennan, who previously coached Scarborough Athletic’s reserves, tweeted yesterday: “@RossingtonMain asked me to leave Saturday after the match. Enjoyed every minute and thx [sic] @CityBluenose for the chance. Gutted but move on.” ⚽️