National League side Bromley have announced that they have decided to part ways with their most successful ever manager, Mark Goldberg.
Goldberg has managed the team on and off since 2006 and last season earned the club promotion to the fifth tier for the first time in their history.
Despite the Ravens currently sitting 10 points clear of the drop zone, a run of one win in 10 has prompted the board to act.
"This is not a decision that has been taken lightly," said chairman Jerry Dolke. "The club has new investors who have higher expectations than current performances on the pitch are showing."
Speaking to BBC Radio Kent, Goldberg said that he was disappointed not to realise his ambition of taking Bromley into the Football League.
"It has all been done extremely amicably," he said. "It was a harder decision for me than the board but I am proud of the fact I am leaving the club in much better shape than when I first came in.
"We have had a bit of a wobble recently but my belief and ambition has never wavered. I had ambitions to take Bromley to the Football League but football is all about opinions, and the opinions are I am not the man for the job."
Goldberg's assistant Neil Smith will take interim charge until a replacement is found.