With Kevin Carroll backed up by former Tolka Rovers boss Paul Doyle as well as former Cherry Orchard manager Graham Cassin Collinstown’s first team have one of the most respected and high profile coaching set ups in amateur football.
However, their second team it seems won’t be short of big names on the side line next season either.
The ambitious club announced a new Saturday coaching team on Monday night a day before pre season began.
Anto Moriarty and Bobby Ryan who will manage the young second string next season.
Moriarty is a respected coach having won amateur at various clubs at both schoolboy and senior level.
While Ryan will be a name known to most football fans in the country. Ryan played for the likes of Bohemians, St Patricks Athletic, Shelbourne and Dunfermline Athletic winning two league titles along the way.
The winger was last seen lining out for Limerick amateur side Ballynanty Rovers along side Gary O’Neill last term, but will now take up a coaching role at Dublin side Collinstown.