Lee Fowler has been appointed manager of Radcliffe.
The former Coventry City and Huddersfield Town midfielder led Ilkeston Town to promotion last season as Midland Football League Premier Division champions. He will be assisted at Radcliffe by former Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers midfielder David Thompson.
Fowler told The Boro’s website: “I’m really looking forward to getting down to hard work and hopefully being able to bring some smiles and continuity to the club, and then the players, too. Frank (Sinclair) and Jon (Macken) have done a fantastic job for this club; you have to give them real credit.
“All of a sudden, lots of things happened in a short space of time, That changed the dynamics of a club on the playing side, meaning now I’m here, I want to try and make things better day by day and more connected.”
The 36-year-old Welshman was assisting Marcus Law as interim Bradford (Park Avenue) manager a division higher, in the National League North, earlier this season.
Fowler added: “My final message to the fans is let’s applaud what a great job Jon and Frank have done for the club but now we have to move forward; back the club, the players, myself. I will always be approachable before and after games and so will my players and staff, so any questions, good or bad, come have a pint or a coffee and a chat.
“Let’s get some smiles back on people’s faces, some positivity and a team to be proud of.”