Sammy Moore has stepped down as Concord Rangers manager due to ongoing personal problems.
The upcoming boss, who also impressed in the hot seat at Leatherhead, led the Beachboys into the National League South play-offs this season, although they were unable to compete in them.
First team staff Jack Midson, Darren Beale, Danny Scopes and Adam Drew have been asked to stay, but the club awaits their decision.
Concord chairman Ant Smith said: “Unfortunately Sammy has been asked to step down as first team manager due to ongoing personal problems.
“We would like to take this opportunity to wish him all the best for the future.
“Further news will be released this week.”
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