GRAHAM Turner has relinquished his post as Hereford United boss after his team were relegated from Coca-Cola League One.
Turner, 61, was the second longest serving manager in the Football League after Sir Alex Ferguson, spending 14 years at Edgar Street.
Born in Ellesmere Port, he became a manager in 1978 after making 650 appearances for Wrexham, Chester and Shrewsbury.
He will remain director of football and chairman of the club he lifted from non-league.
In a statement on the Bulls’ website he said: “I sincerely hope that this will not be my last managerial post.”