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Steve Fallon has been sacked as manager of Histon Football Club, just three days after being reinstated at the club.
Chairman Tony Roach said: "After resuming the role only on Monday, it soon became very evident that underlying irreconcilable differences between Steve and myself and the board would preclude the partnership ever working for the benefit of Histon FC.
It was a unanimous decision of the board of directors to relieve Steve of his responsibilities with immediate effect."
Alan Lewer, who has been acting manager in recent weeks, will assume the role of manager.
He will be assisted by Ian Hart.
Fallon was suspended at the start of December after disagreements with the chairman over wage restructuring at the club.
Neil Andrews, Jamie Barker, Craig Pope and John Kennedy were released soon after Fallon's suspension.
Then on Monday (11th January), the club announced that Fallon had returned from suspension to resume his role as first team manager.
A statement from the club at the time read: "Both chairman and manager are pleased with this outcome and very happy to be back working together for the benefit of Histon FC, and eagerly look forward to focussing on the club playing some football matches in the very near future."
Three days later, Fallon was sacked.
He was in charge at The Glass World Stadium for more than ten years, guiding the Stutes from the Ridgeons League to the brink of the Football League.