Declan O'Hara has been appointed as the new manager of Cliftonville on an interim basis.
The 40-year-old takes over from Paddy McLaughlin, who departed the role earlier this week after four years at the helm.
The club announced the move on their official website, stating: "Cliftonville Football Club can confirm that Declan O’Hara has been appointed Interim Manager.
"Declan has already taken over the responsibilities with the first training session held yesterday following the departure of Paddy McLaughlin. All at Solitude will give Declan our full support in his new role.
The Club are now undertaking the process of appointing a permanent, full-time Manager."
O'Hara's first game in charge sees the Reds welcome Crusaders to Solitude in the north Belfast derby on Saturday afternoon.