Aodh Ruadh are the latest Donegal club on the hunt for a new manager following the departure of James O’Donnell from the Fr Tierney Park hotseat.
O’Donnell had two years at the helm of the Ballyshannon club.
In 2017, his first campaign as manager, Aodh Ruadh won promotion back to Division 1 after a decade out of the top flight.
While Aodh Ruadh were relegated this year, they reached the Intermediate Championship final, losing out to Glenfin.
On Thursday, O’Donnell informed the club that he was stepping down.
“James and his back room team had great success over his term as manager,” the club said.
“He steered the club from Division 2 to Division 1 after ten years out of the top flight. He also took us to this year’s intermediate county final for the first time since 2012.
“Senior football has improved greatly under his watch. We wish James and all the members of the back room team all the best into the future.’
The Aodh Ruadh club added: “We are now inviting expressions of interest in the post of senior manager to be emailed firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The past year showed we didn’t look out of place in Division 1.
“We have an exciting young team and there are great hopes for the 2019 season, so it’s a great opportunity for an ambitious manager.”