Former Everton and Wales keeper Neville Southall has left his job as manager of Ryman League side Hastings United.
Southall was in charge at Pilot Field for nearly 12 months and his spell ends with the club eighth in the First Divison having finished 11th last term.
"Unfortunately there have recently been an increasing number of issues on which Neville and I have disagreed," said Hastings chairman Dave Walters.
"It had got to the point where our working relationship had broken down."
He added: "However, there is no animosity between us and we wished each other the best of luck."