Gillingham have reappointed Andy Hessenthaler as manager of the club nearly six years after his first stint ended.
He led the club to two mid-table Championship finishes during his first spell, departing as fortunes faded. The 44 year old played over 300 games for the club across nearly ten years, and remains their oldest player having been deployed a few weeks after his 40th birthday.
He will be joined at the club by Mark Robson as his assistant. He was first team coach under previous boss Mark Stimson, but was sacked last week as part of the clearout.
In other managerial news Chester have named their first boss. Neil Young, who just took Colwyn Bay to promotion from the Unibond League Division 1, has joined the club. He will be assisted by Gary Jones, the Chester-born ex-Nottm Forest and Tranmere striker.