Stevenage have appointed former England striker Teddy Sheringham as manager to replace the outgoing Graham Westley.
Westley’s final game in charge was Boro’s League Two play-off semi-final defeat by Southend and his contact at Broadhall Way ends on 31 May.
It is 49-year-old Sheringham’s first managerial job, having been West Ham attacking coach under manager Sam Allardyce for the last 12 months.
The ex-Tottenham and Manchester United forward will take over « in the summer ».
Sheringham – the oldest goalscorer and outfield player in Premier League history – had a 25-year playing career, which began at Millwall before spells at Nottingham Forest and Spurs.