Solihull Moors manager Tim Flowers has left the club.
Having assisted Mark Yates to the club’s miraculous escape from National League relegation two seasons ago, the former England goalkeeper led Moors to 2nd place last time around. That was the club’s highest league finish and he departs with the side a point outside the play-offs.
Flowers told the club’s website: “I leave the club in ninth position, three points off fifth and with two games in hand. With just under a third of the season left, there is good scope for a very talented squad to once again have an assault on the play-offs or beyond.”
Chairman Darryl Eales said: “Tim has made an invaluable contribution to the development of Moors and his legacy will be enshrined in Moors history forever. He has been an absolute pleasure to work with and he has done a magnificent job for the club.
“Our progress under his stewardship has been fantastic and he leaves a great foundation for future success.”