Malahide United are expected to announce a new manager early next week.
The Gannon Park side have parted company with Terry Palmer after just one season in charge.
The former LOI player took over in June and over saw a term in which Malahide finished a respectable fifth in the LSL top flight.
However, Palmer has now stepped down as manager and United could reveal a new head coach as early as Monday of next week.
Palmer, who has over 400 appearances in the LOI, had previously coached Drumcondra and Glebe North in the Leinster Senior League
He was involved with the Malahide United at underage level when he replaced Pierce Walsh in a role Pete Mahon and John Gill recently held.