Curtis Woodhouse has taken charge of struggling BetVictor Premier Division side Gainsborough Trinity.
Woodhouse has left Tadcaster Albion to manage Gainsborough who are second bottom in the table.
Former North Ferriby captain Liam King, who was Ferriby’s FA Trophy winning skipper, steps down from being the manager to become coach in the new set-up.
Martin Foster becomes assistant manager, a role he previously held at Trinity under Dominic Roma.
Woodhouse has managed Tadcaster, Bridlington Town, Sheffield FC, Goole AFC and Hull United, but Gainsborough is the highest-placed club he has ever managed.