Heanor Town are on the lookout for a new manager.
The club took the decision late last night to part company with interim management duo Jordan Hall and Neil Grayson with immediate effect, as the new regime at the Lions has decided to make a clean break.
The pair had been at the helm of the Lions since the departure to Mickleover Sports in January of Glenn Kirkwood and Craig Hopkins and they steered Heanor to an 11th place finish in the recently completed season.
A club statement said: “The newly formed committee met with last season’s interim management of Jordan Hall and Neil Grayson last night and the new committee decided that the club is to take a new path.
“Heanor Town FC would like to put on record their sincere thanks to both Jordan and Neil for their work at a difficult time.
“Heanor Town FC invite applicants for the role of first team manager in writing: to Heanor Town FC, The Town Ground, Mayfield Avenue, Heanor, Derbyshire, DE75 7EN. The closing date is Friday, May 24.”