Gary Waddock has left his position as Aldershot Town manager.
The Shots say that mutual termination of Waddock’s contract was agreed. It comes after the club suffered relegation from the Vanarama National League, a year after finishing in 5th place and making the play-offs.
The former Queens Park Rangers and Wycombe Wanderers boss rejoined Aldershot in June 2016. In his first stint in charge, he won the Conference in his first season, taking the club back to the Football League.
Following relegation recently, Waddock had said that reverting to a part-time model would not be beneficial for the club, as they look to win promotion from the National League South next season.
Chairman Shahid Azeem said: “Gary has delivered in not only winning the National League in 2008, but in his last three years he has delivered two play-offs and leaves us with sincere appreciation. We wish him all the best for the future.
“On a personal note, Gary along with his family have become friends and will always be welcome at the club.”