King's Lynn put record-breaking goalkeeper in the dugout on an interim basis
King's Lynn Town have confirmed that Paul Bastock will look after first team affairs until the club appoint a new manager.
Bastock will remain in the dugout on an interim basis after the club parted company with manager Ian Culverhouse by mutual consent yesterday.
The record-breaking goalkeeper was Culverhouse's assistant during his second stint at the club.
Last night, Bastock paid tribute to Lynn's former boss on Twitter saying: "What an amazing journey to be on with this man, not only the best manager and coach I’ve worked under but a absolutely top class bloke.
"Can’t thank Ian enough for all the experiences he’s given me and the football club." #CullysArmy
King's Lynn Town face basement boys Dover Athletic in their next National League fixture on Saturday, December 11.