The move comes on the back of the club's most successful season for many years which culminated in the club storming their way to the CMFL North Division title in record breaking fashion.
All sorts of club records have been broken along the way, including the highest home and away league victories, most goals scored in a season, most consecutive league victories and most consecutive league games unbeaten and some of the football on show has been an absolute pleasure to watch.
Hall and Styring first came to the club two years ago, in the summer of 2014, and along with then-assistant manager Neil Grayson, achieved a respectable sixth-placed finish in their first season in charge, creating a then club record for most league goals scored in a season.
However, following the retirement of Grayson last summer, Styring was promoted to assistant manager and Mark Higginbotham came on the board and the trio have enjoyed great success this campaign, resulting in the much deserved league title, the first for a Glapwell FC side in 22 years.
Obviously, due to ground issues, promotion has not been possible this season and that has been a massive frustration, and disappointment, to everyone at the club especially given the success on the field.
The amount of effort that the trio have put into the club has been tremendous, and the amount of passion and commitment they have for the club is still extremely evident, and we will forever remember this season which has brought us all so much joy.
During his spell at Hall Corner, Jordan won 43 of his 68 matches in charge, scoring a remarkable 247 goals along the way, and finishing with a win ratio of 62%.
Everybody at the club would like to place on record our thanks to Jordan, John and Mark for all their amazing efforts during their time with the club and wish them all the very best in their future endeavours, wherever that might be.
Jordan's record as manager here is as follows;
Updated 19:30 - 29 May 2016 by Paul Hepworth