Whild and Flowers have been a well-worked partnership in the past, with the pair being the masterminds behind Solihull Moors second-place finish in the 2018/19 season.
The 58-year-old has experience in the top job, having previously managed Kidderminster in an 18-month spell between 2014 and 2015.
He then became Tim’s number two at the Moors where they had great success, before joining him for their short spell at Macclesfield.
He now joins the Bees and will be in the dugout with Flowers for tomorrow’s Buildbase FA Trophy tie with Dorking Wanderers.
Everyone at Barnet Football Club wishes Gary all the very best for his time with the Bees!
We can also confirm that Steve Jenkins has today left the Club, we would like to give thanks to Steve for his hard work during his time with the Club. We wish him the very best for the future and he remains a friend of the Club, he will always be welcome back at The Hive London.