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Re: County Manager Merry go round
« Reply #1890 on: August 11, 2022, 10:02:38 PM »
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Re: County Manager Merry go round
« Reply #1891 on: August 11, 2022, 10:31:39 PM »
Davy Fitz back with Waterford.

I've got 2 All-Irelands and you've got f#*k all.

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Jesus, he's a decent manager but he's on the circuit a long while now, and waterford seemed to be going places under Cahill until the implosion in this years champ.
Surely someone up and coming rather than this little f**ker roaring in their faces would be a better bet?

It’s a skill in itself that Davy has perfected in staying relevant at the top for so long. He is a career GAA man and must be near the top of the all time earners list. Maybe Breheny can do up another of his top 50s on the merry go round.

As for the Mayo managerial saga with all the candidates seemingly out in the open, they could run it off like a reality tv show and vote out a management team every week before arriving at the winner. In true Mayo style.

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Re: County Manager Merry go round
« Reply #1892 on: August 11, 2022, 10:38:34 PM »
Davy Fitz back with Waterford.

I've got 2 All-Irelands and you've got f#*k all.

 :o

Jesus, he's a decent manager but he's on the circuit a long while now, and waterford seemed to be going places under Cahill until the implosion in this years champ.
Surely someone up and coming rather than this little f**ker roaring in their faces would be a better bet?

It’s a skill in itself that Davy has perfected in staying relevant at the top for so long. He is a career GAA man and must be near the top of the all time earners list. Maybe Breheny can do up another of his top 50s on the merry go round.

As for the Mayo managerial saga with all the candidates seemingly out in the open, they could run it off like a reality tv show and vote out a management team every week before arriving at the winner. In true Mayo style.

The process in Mayo is OK I think, but the timelines are leaving it wide open for all the speculation, and people to drop out, or be linked with other jobs.
3 weeks between nominations and interviews, why!?
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Re: County Manager Merry go round
« Reply #1893 on: August 11, 2022, 11:24:31 PM »
And Stephen Rochford linked with Roscommon
Is that this week's rumour?

Only reputable sources from mise:

https://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/gaa/arid-40938413.html?s=08

Hmmmmm......
Reliable reputable journalist right enough so  someone at top level  must have said it to him.
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Re: County Manager Merry go round
« Reply #1894 on: Today at 01:08:18 AM »
From the Irish times,  Seven vacancies remain to be filled and four of them are Div 1 teams next year.

Connacht
Galway: Pádraic Joyce

Extension expected to be ratified by county board

Leitrim: Andy Moran

Mayo: Vacancy (James Horan)

Four candidates: Ray Dempsey, Kevin McStay, Declan Shaw and Mike Solan are declared.

Roscommon: Vacancy (Anthony Cunningham)

Sligo: Tony McEntee


Leinster
Carlow: Niall Carew

Kildare: Glenn Ryan

Laois: Billy Sheehan

Longford: Vacancy (Billy O’Loughlin)

Louth: Mickey Harte

Meath: Colm O’Rourke (succeeds Andy McEntee)

Offaly: Liam Kearns (succeeds John Maughan)

Westmeath: John Cooney

Wexford: Vacancy (Shane Roche)

Wicklow: Vacancy (Alan Costello and Gary Duffy)

Selection process under way. Outgoing caretaker management hopes to continue.


Dublin : Dessie Farrell . Initial term is complete but renewal likely.


Munster

Clare: Colm Collins

Football’s longest serving manager is currently considering his future

Cork: John Cleary (succeeds Keith Ricken)

Kerry: Jack O’Connor

Limerick: Billy Lee

Tipperary: David Power

Waterford: Ephie Fitzgerald

Ulster
Antrim: Andy McEntee (succeeds Enda McGinley)

Armagh: Kieran McGeeney

Extension expected to be ratified by county board

Cavan: Mickey Graham

Derry: Rory Gallagher

Donegal: Vacancy (Declan Bonnar)

Down: Conor Laverty (succeeds James McCartan)

Fermanagh: Kieran Donnelly

Monaghan: Vacancy (Séamus McEnaney)

Tyrone: Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher
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