Rasharkin United chiefs have kicked off a search for a new manager.
Former boss Chris Peacock stood down at the end of the season following an impressive tenure.
And now Rasharkin officials have stepped up their efforts to find a worthy replacement.
Rasharkin have enjoyed a number of trophy-laden seasons in the last decade, including the lifting of the Canada Trophy, Crawford Cup and McReynolds Cup.
Rasharkin won the Ballymena Provincial & Intermediate League in 2004/05 and were runners-up in 2010/11.
Last season they finished fourth and were runners-up in the Crawford Cup.
However chairman Peter Baird wants to see them back in top spot in their division.
He said: “We’ve three guys in mind but we want others to know that we’re looking for the most successful candidate to move the club forward.”
If you feel that you have the necessary skills and are up for a challenge, call Peter on 07736316108.