Worcester City manager Ashley Vincent has resigned.
The former Cheltenham Town, Colchester United and Port Vale attacker took on the role last May.
Vincent departs after a weekend that saw them exit the FA Vase at the second round to Shepshed Dynamo, losing 3-2.
The team are currently 16th in the Midland Football League Premier Division.
The club have confirmed that Vincent offered his resignation following Saturday’s cup game. Marlon Walters and Gaz Rogers will also leave their roles, as assistant manager and coach, respectively.