Concord Rangers say that manager Sammy Moore has been asked to step down due to ongoing personal reasons.
The club were denied the chance to compete in the Vanarama National League South play-offs despite achieving a 6th-place finish due to ground grading reasons. Former AFC Wimbledon and Leyton Orient man Moore took on the role last May on a two-year contract, having previously managed Leatherhead.
The club say that Jack Midson, Darren Beale, Danny Scopes and Adam Drewe have been asked to remain in their roles. A statement says that further news will be released later in the week.