Manager and coaching team to step down
The most dominant side in Manx football for the last two decades will start the new season with a completely new coaching setup.
Manager Chris Bass, Sr and his assistant, Lee Dixon, along with sports therapist Kirree Joughin have announced they are all stepping down from their roles at St George's.
Goalkeeping coach Paul O'brien had already announced he was leaving.
Bass has been in charge since 1999, and has overseen an unprecedented spell of success for the Glencrutchery Road side.
Under his stewardship, St George's have won 45 trophies, including three Grand Slams and 13 of the last 15 league titles.