Scott Dundas and his management team have left EVO-STIK Northern Northern Premier League Newcastle Town.
The former Witton Albion, Alasager Town and Norton United manager stood down at the EVO-STIK NPL First Division South club with immediate effect on Wednesday.
The 42-year-old – who stood down as Alsager boss to take over at the Lyme Valley Stadium last season – made his name in management guiding Norton United to the North West Counties League Premier Division title in April 2014 and promotion to the EVO-STIK before taking them to the First Round of the FA Cup that year.
When Norton folded at the end of the 2014-15 season after falling out with the owners of their ground, Dundas was appointed manager of EVO-STIK NPL First Division North side Witton Albion before leaving after ten games at the helm and taking over at Alasager Town.
Dundas decided to move only a couple of weeks after his suffered a 6-0 hammering at Basford United on the final day of the season having lost a play-off ‘six-pointer’ to AFC Rushden & Diamonds the previous week.