Forest Rangers have announced that head coach Patrick Phiri has left the club and has since joined Lusaka Dynamos.
Forest Rangers Football Club Chairman Benhail Mikulski confirmed Phiri's departure in a communique to fazfootball.com on Thursday.
"This is to inform the public that coach Patrick Phiri has parted ways with the club.
"Mr Patrick Phiri tendered in his resignation letter to my office on Wednesday morning indicating family reasons as basis for his decision.
"He has since joined Lusaka Dynamos Football Club," said Mukuka.
Mukuka further stated that assistant coach Perry Mutapa will be in charge of the team in the interim.
Phiri joined Forest Rangers in May 2016 from Nakambala Leopards, taking them from 17th position in Week 9 to ninth position at the end of the season after winning ten, drawing six and losing ten of the matches he was in charge of.