The Finn Harps board of directors will decide on the future of Ollie Horgan tonight as he holds crunch talks with the Finn Harps chairman today.
Ollie will meet with chairman Ian Harkin for crunch talks on his future, and it is understood the board will be meeting later tonight to decide his fate.
And Horgan says he will not be walking away from the job that he has held for nine seasons now, but will not stay where he isn’t wanted.
Horgan took over in 2013 to replace Peter Hutton, with the club finishing 6th in the First Division.
The side finished 5th in his first year in charge and reached the FAI Cup semi-final, their furthest run in the Cup since the 1999 Cup final trilogy with Bray which ended in a loss.
In his second year in charge, Horgan guided the team to promotion via a play-off win and a memorable night at Finn Park as BJ Banda netted a late extra-time header to beat Limerick at Finn Park.
They survived relegation in 2016 but were relegated the following year before another memorable play-off win against Limerick, this time at the Markets Field.
And the club enjoyed three successful seasons avoiding relegation before UCD’s win at Finn Park Friday week ago confirmed their relegation back to the First Division.