York City's caretaker manager Viv Busby has left the club by mutual consent, reports BBC Radio York.
Former Derby and Rotherham boss Billy McEwan will replace Busby
He will be replaced by former Derby and Rotherham manager Billy McEwan.
Busby, who spent five years at York as a player and player-coach from 1982 to 1987, has been in the job since November when he replaced Chris Brass.
The club's managing director Jason McGill has thanked Busby for his efforts in what he describes as extremely difficult circumstances.