UNSTABLE Irvine Meadow are looking to appoint their fourth manager inside 16 months following the dramatic resignation of co-manager Gareth Turner.

But they will wait until after their final match to discuss the vacancy, with current co-boss Michael Wardrope expressing his desire to stay on.

Former manager Davie Greig has also been linked with the job on social media, although a return seems most unlikely.

Turner and coach Neil McGowan announced last Wednesday they were stepping down from the end of the season after less than a year due to work commitments. And on Monday secretary Lyn McFarlane also announced she was leaving.

A statement released last week said: "The Committee regrets to announce that Gareth Turner and Neil McGowan have both tendered their resignation with effect from the end of the season due to work commitments. We would like to thank them both for their hard work."

Turner said in a statement: "Gutted to inform the club that I've had to step down as manager of Irvine Meadow at the end of the season. A change in working circumstances has resulted in not being able to commit to the job as required. I'd like to thank all players, committee and supporters for their efforts and remain convinced the club is in good hands."

Chairman Robert Jeffrey said on Monday: "We have decided to wait until after our last game next Monday to discuss the manager's position. Michael Wardrope has indicated an interest in the job but it could be we have to bring in an experienced manager to help. Lyn McFarlane is retiring and wants to spend more time aboard, we would like to thank her for her contribution over five years."