Trevor Croly's contract as manager of Shamrock Rovers has been terminated by mutual agreement.
Croly had been in charge at Rovers since November 2012, during which time he won three trophies, the Setanta Sports Cup, the League of Ireland Cup and the Leinster Senior Cup.
In a statement released on their website, the club stated: "Trevor has worked hard for Shamrock Rovers and secured three trophies during his spell as manager.
"He has also created strong football structures which will benefit the club into the future.
"We would like to wish Trevor the very best for the future."
Assistant manager John Gill will act as caretake boss for today's clash with QPR.