Barnet have announced the departure of manager Tim Flowers.
The National League side say that the ex-England goalkeeper leaves by mutual consent.
Having been appointed back in mid-December, it was hoped that Flowers could engineer a turnaround at the London club, much like he had overseen alongside Mark Yates at Solihull Moors in 2017/18 from a not too dissimilar position.
The Bees, who began the season under Peter Beadle’s management, have continued to struggle, however.
Flowers’ final match at the helm was ultimately this Tuesday’s 2-0 home defeat to Wrexham.
Barnet are second-bottom of the National League with 12 points from their 24 games this season. Dover sit two points behind them but have played nine fewer matches.