Eddie Wolecki Black has left his post as manager of the Motherwell FC women’s team.
Following discussions with the club, Eddie is leaving to concentrate on a degree course at a local college.
Assistants Stewart Hall and Willie Kinniburgh have agreed to lead the team on an interim basis.
Wolecki Black first joined the club in 2018 and, together with assistant Donald Jennow, led the club to the SWPL2 title and promotion to the Scottish top flight. The pair also guided ‘Well to their first Scottish Cup final in 38 years.
After leaving for a short stint at Celtic, Wolecki Black returned in late 2019, ahead of the proposed 2020 campaign.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused significant disruption to the season, with the league campaign resuming on Sunday after a lengthy break.
“I want to put on record my thanks to Eddie for all he has done for Motherwell in his time with us,” Motherwell chief executive Alan Burrows said.
“He achieved everything we asked him to and more. However, we both felt that this was probably a good time for a change, allowing the club to focus on a new direction, particularly with next season in mind.
“I would like to wish Eddie every success, particularly with his impending degree and with his future football career.”
Wolecki Black added: “I am grateful for the opportunities Motherwell Football Club have provided me with to grow the women’s team over my two spells here.
“We have made great strides forward to become a top-flight team, and the club has every chance of continuing to build on that in the coming months and years.
“I wish everyone at the club all the best for the future and the resumption of the league season.”