Curtis Woodhouse has announced on Twitter that he has stepped down as manager of Toolstation Northern Counties East League club Hull United.
In a tweet posted this afternoon, he said: “I’ve today resigned as manager of @HullunitedAfc. I would like to wish the club all the best in the future.”
Woodhouse had been in charge for fourteen months after being appointed the Citizens boss in January 2015, taking them to promotion from the Humber Premier League into the Toolstation NCEL at the end of last season.
Hull’s next game is against Division One’s bottom side Lincoln Moorlands Railway on Saturday.
The club confirmed his departure on Friday morning with the following statement.
“Hull United AFC manager Curtis Woodhouse has stepped down with immediate effect, the club would like to thank Curtis for everything he has done for us, both on and off the field during his time at the club.
Curtis secured promotion and a cup final win in his first season before assembling a very good NCEL squad. Curtis put an incredible amount of time and effort into trying to make the club a success and for that we thank him greatly and wish his every success in his future endeavours.