SEAN MCCAFFREY HAS left his job as manager of Dundalk, it has been confirmed.
The club are currently 10th in the Airtricity League, and have also been struggling financially of late.
A statement released on their official website this evening read:
“Sean McCaffrey and Dundalk FC have today come to a mutual understanding to end Sean’s tenure as First Team Manager at the club. Both parties believe this is in the best interests of all concerned.
“Sean has stated today that ‘many of my plans and initiatives unfortunately could not be realised at the club in an appropriate timeframe and due to this I feel is it best we go our separate ways. I would like to thank all the players, coaching and administration staff for their efforts and cooperation during my time at the club and I wish them all the best for the rest of the season.’
“Dundalk FC would like to thank Sean for his dedication, commitment and professional work ethic towards the role of First Team Manager at Dundalk FC. The unprecedented financial times have added significant pressures on the club and have curtailed many of the ambitious plans Sean had for the Dundalk FC. We would like to thank Sean and wish him well in his future career.
“Dundalk will continue to prepare for Friday night’s clash with Shamrock Rovers and Assistant Manager, Darius Kearns will take temporary charge of the team.”