Liam McHale has parted ways with the Mayo Senior Football management team after one year with the set-up in a surprise move.
McHale is a brother-in-law of Mayo manager Kevin McStay and the two have had a close management connection through the years, winning an All-Ireland club title with St Brigid's in 2013 and then a Connacht title with Roscommon in 2017.
Mayo won the league and reached the All-Ireland quarter-final.
It is expected that an addition will be made to the management team in the coming months.
Club Championship begins in Mayo in four weeks time.