Campbell Money has quit as Stenhousemuir manager and blamed his dual role at the Third Division club.
Campbell Money was in charge for less than a year
Money resigned after the 7-0 hammering by league leaders East Fife at New Bayview but remains as head of youth development at Ochilview.
"Frankly, the two roles were hard to work and I was not enjoying myself," Money told The Herald.
"I have not lost faith in my ability as a manager but decided it was time to leave that role."
Money, previously in charge of Ayr United and Stranraer, took charge in November 2006 after the resignation of Des McKeown.
He had brought in almost a whole new team during the summer after missing out on promotion last season.
But, despite starting the season as one of the promotion favourites, Stenny lie seventh, nine points behind Saturday's victors.
"I had tried everything, including changing the system but had not got the results I was looking for," said Money.