Mike Galloway has parted company with Eyemouth United by mutual agreement after just six games in charge.
The former Hearts and Celtic player was appointed manager of the East of Scotland League club at the end of September following the departure of Carl Hudson to Duns.
But his short tenure came to an end following a club committee meeting at Warner Park on Tuesday night.
Eyemouth chairman Douglas Aitchison said: “We have reached a mutual agreement to part company. It was very amicable.”
Galloway departs with a record of one win, one draw and four defeats from his six games in charge, five of which were away from home.
He previously had a spell as manager at Coldstream in May 2011, but was sacked after taking charge for just one game.
Assistant manager Gary Smith is expected to take interim charge of the Eyemouth.
Aitchison added: “Gary will be involved. We need things to settle down and take it from there.”