BILLERICAY Town have parted company with manager Dean Brennan.

The National League South side have lost six of their last eight matches in all competitions.

And Brennan, who has departed along with assistant manager Stuart Maynard, is disappointed to have left the AGP Arena just four months after leaving the top job at Hemel Hempstead Town to take over.

Brennan said: “We have always given our all to Billericay Town and, although disappointed, we would like to thank the club for the opportunities they have given Stuart, myself and my team.

"The supporters have been exceptional and we will miss them.

"We want to wish the club every success in the National League South.”

The parting of ways comes after a meeting took place between the club's board and Brennan regarding performances, results and other related matters.

Chairman Dan Groves said: “This announcement is regrettable.

"However, after a meeting between myself, senior management and Dean it was clear there were differences between us that could not be resolved and it was therefore decided to part ways.

"While this is disappointing, it is the right decision for all concerned. 

"We would like to thank Dean and his team for all the hard work and effort they have put into the club and wish them all the very best for the future.

"Billericay Town will make an announcement regarding the role of manager at the club in the coming days.”