Lori Borbely will take over Boston Town’s managerial duties until the end of the season.
The Romanian - who is also a player and club directer at the DWB Stadium - will take charge of the club’s final 14 UCL Premier matches of the campaign, following Dan Barrett’s surprise resignation on Saturday.
“We’ve got nine Saturdays of the season left, and Lori Borbely will take charge of the club until then,” confirmed chairman Mick Vines.
“We’ve got some very good lads at the club and Lori will look after them.
“He’s hoping to bring someone in (to act as his assistant).”
This will be the third time Borbely has taken on the role of caretaker manager, following the departures of Martyn Lakin and joint bosses Ian Dun and Matt Hocking from the club.
His first match back in the dug-out will be Saturday’s home match against Desborough (KO 3pm).
Barrett and assistant Carl Foreman stepped down from their roles following Saturday’s 2-1 victory at Long Buckby.