Bray Wanderers are on the lookout for yet another manager after Trevor Croly departed from the club.
The Irish Times and Irish Independent both reported today that the former Shamrock Rovers boss left over issues relating to player payments.
A member of the Bray Wanderers board of management told RTÉ Sport that the club was not in a position to make an official statement at present but said that he understood that the newspaper reports were "absolutely correct".
Upon taking over, after the departure of Alan Matthews, Croly made it clear he would walk away if there were any wages issues.
On Thursday the club denied stories that Croly had left but it appears that his 52-day stint as manager has come to an end.
The Wicklow club lie third from bottom of the Premier Division ahead of today’s trip to bottom side Limerick.