Concord Rangers have announced that manager Adam Flanagan will leave the club once the season finishes this weekend.
Flanagan has been in charge of the Beach Boys since taking over from current Lincoln City boss Danny Cowley in May 2015.
The 40-year-old guided Rangers to an 18th-place finish last season and the club are currently sitting in 17th-place this time around with one game left to play.
It has also been confirmed that Flanagan’s assistant Glen Alzapiedi will leave Thames Road.
A statement on the club’s website read: “There has been some recent speculation within the press with regards to the position of both manager Adam Flanagan and assistant manager Glen Alzapiedi at the club, and as a result the following statement has been released:
“A meeting was called by the Concord Rangers Chairman Ant Smith with first team manager Adam Flanagan this week with regards to the future direction of the club.
“Following the meeting and subsequent discussions between the management team and the chairman, the decision was made by mutual consent for the tenure of Adam and Glen to come to an end following the culmination of the 2017/18 Vanarama National League South season.
“On behalf of everyone at the club we would like to thank both Adam Flanagan and Glen Alzapiedi for all their hard work over the years, for the successes they have brought, and for everything that they have done for Concord Rangers during their tenure here with the Beachboys.”
Before taking up the managerial post at Concord Rangers, Flanagan successfully guided Brentwood Town to promotion from the Bostik North.