The Dublin county board say the search for a new Dublin hurling manager won't begin until September.
Ger Cunningham's reign as Dublin hurling manager has come to an end on Saturday.
In a statement from Dublin GAA the Cork man says his exit was agreed by 'mutual consent' after discussions with Dublin County Board.
The final nail in Cunningham’s coffin was the 22-point loss to Tipperary in the All Ireland qualifiers earlier this month.
It wasn’t the only humiliating defeat Dublin endured in Championship in 2017, they lost by 2-28 to 1-17 to Galway in the Leinster championship quarter-final.
Defending his disappointing tenure Cunningham said: “There has been a lot of speculation about different aspects of Dublin hurling over the last few months.
“For the record every decision that my backroom team and I made was always in the best interests of Dublin senior hurling.”
Statement from Ger Cunningham
Following on from recent discussions with the Dublin County Board, I wish to confirm that we have agreed by mutual consent not to extend my role as manager of the Dublin senior hurling team beyond 2017.
It has been an honour and indeed a privilege to manage the team and as I leave I have nothing but admiration for the squad of players who have represented Dublin with pride and passion. I want to thank them for their commitment both on and off the field.
I also want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to all of my backroom teams over the last three years for their time and dedication to Dublin hurling. Their professionalism and counsel throughout our time together has been invaluable.
I would like to thank the wider Dublin County Board, in particular Seán Shanley and John Costello, for giving me the opportunity. It's also important to acknowledge the role of the late Andy Kettle, who was Chairman when I was appointed.
There has been a lot of speculation about different aspects of Dublin hurling over the last few months. For the record every decision that my backroom team and I made was always in the best interests of Dublin senior hurling.
Furthermore, Dublin hurling supporters should be in no doubt that this group of players have massive desire to represent Dublin and possess huge dedication and commitment to their county.
As I leave the position I would like to wish my successor the very best for the future.