Hereford have confirmed their head coach has left the club. He follows Bradford PA boss Garry Thompson, who was replaced last week.
The Bulls had promotion hopes this season but on Saturday lost against King’s Lynn.
They had taken four points from the two games before that, victory against Gloucester and a draw with Spennymoor.
Hereford chairman Andrew Graham said: “The performances we have seen at the start of this campaign have also not been what we had hoped for.
“When added to a run of just one win in the last eight games last season, as a board we felt we had to act immediately to give ourselves the best possible chance of competing towards the top end of the National League North table.
“We believe this is an achievable target and it is what the new Head Coach will be tasked with aiming for.
“We believe this is an achievable target and it is what the new Head Coach will be tasked with aiming for.”
Tim Harris will take charge of the first team in a caretaker capacity.