Steve King had returned to Lewes Football Club.
The club have announced that the man who led the Rooks into the National Conference in 2008, before being controversially outsted as manager, will return to the Dripping Pan hot seat.
He will be joined by his assistant manager Justin Skinner who was his right hand man when Lewes won that Blue Square South title three years ago, and was also by his side during King’s tenure at Farnborough.
King left the Hampshire club last week after they lost in the Blue Square Bet South play-off against Ebbsfleet United.
Speaking on the club website, King said: “I’m really happy to be back. Now I want to build something going forward. It’s going to be an amazing time.”