have appointed Mike Cook as their new manager following the sacking of Chris Todd last week.
The National League South side find themselves in a relegation battle after a 17-game winless run.
The Tigers have wasted little time in finding Todd’s replacement with Cook having previously worked at the club as assistant manager to Chris Burns.
The former Coventry City and Cambridge United youngster retired from professional football with a spinal injury at 22, moving into coaching with Cambridge and later as part of Cheltenham Town’s community programme.
Cook, 50, previously managed Cinderford Town between 2004 and 2006.
In a backroom reshuffle, he is joined by former City striker Andy Hoskins who has become forwards coach, Karl Bayliss will look after player recruitment with Mike Green and Tom Web becoming defensive and midfield coaches respectively.