Vanarama National League North club Boston United have parted company with manager Dennis Greene.
The news was announced in a statement released by the club on Monday evening.
It read “Boston United have parted company with manager Dennis Greene by mutual consent.
Greene, who assumed control of first team affairs in March 2013, oversaw three hugely successful full campaigns at the United helm, culminating in missing out on the play-offs on the final day of the first season and reaching the top five in the subsequent two years.
The club would like to sincerely thank Dennis for his excellent service at The Jakemans Stadium and wish him all the very best for the future.
Martyn Bunce will take interim control of the first team for Tuesday evening’s fixture at Witton Albion.
No further comment will be made at this stage”
The club have won only one game since the start of October with that run starting with their FA Cup exit at the hands of Kettering Town.
Following their 9-2 league defeat at AFC Fylde last weekend, the Pilgrims sit in seventeenth position in the National League North table, just four points above the relegation zone.
They face a rescheduled BuildBase FA Trophy game at Witton Albion on Tuesday night before making a trip to Stalybridge Celtic in the league on Saturday.
Article: Mark Carruthers (@marknldaily)