Bray Wanderers players have voted in favour of strike action over unpaid wages, RTÉ Sport understands.
Seagulls players have not been paid since 25 May, with five members of the squad exiting the club in the last week after being given the option to leave as free agents by chairman Gerry Mulvey.
Aaron Greene, Ronan Coughlan, Cory Galvin, Daniel Kelly and Craig Walsh have all departed the Carlisle Grounds, but the majority of the squad remain in place.
They were due to be paid two weeks ago today and repeatedly told that there would be an update in a few days, but it has not led to any wages in the accounts. The players have not trained in the last two weeks as a result.
They played last Sunday's match with Sligo Rovers and won 2-1.
Notice of seven days must be handed to employers for strike action, with a statement from Bray players expected Friday to confirm that will happen next week.
It means they will be playing their match with Bohemians on 20 July, but strike action will go ahead for the match with Cork City on 27 July.
Limerick players are in a similar situation with wages outstanding and it is believed that they could follow suit if the problems continue.