Wyberton boss Gary Frost is taking over the helm at Boston Town.
The former Poachers player has been appointed as the club's new manager, with senior player and club director Lori Borbely acting as his number two.
Lori said: "Gary is buzzing to get this opportunity and we're really excited to have him on board.
"He already knows most of our players but this will be the first time he's managed in the United Counties League so I'll be assisting him."
Lori has recently returned from injury and is keen to extend his playing career.
He and Darren Bevan have helped bring to stability to the DWB Stadium in recent weeks after Nathan Collins left as manager following six consecutive defeats.
Boston Town are confident Gary can reproduce the kind of success he's achieved at Wyberton, who stepped back up to the Lincs League two years ago and were title contenders last season as well as winning the Lincs League Challenge Cup in 2014-15.
Gary will take charge for the first time on Saturday (22 October) when the Poachers are at home to Huntingdon in an important relegation clash. Lori's final match as caretaker will be on Wednesday (19 October) at home to Wisbech.