Crucial meeting on Monday night next to decide future of county managers

12 August 2010 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Seamus McEnaney will know on Monday night next whether he is to be afforded the opportunity to commence a seventh year in charge of the county senior football team.

On Tuesday night last, members of the Management Committee of Monaghan GAA County Board agreed unanimously to put forward his name as their nominee for the post of senior county team-manager.

Earlier that day (Tuesday) McEnaney had made it known to county board chiefs that he was interested in staying at the helm.

This coming Monday night, August 16th, St. Mellan’s GAA Complex in Truagh will host a full meeting of Monaghan GAA’s county board.

At that meeting, a proposal will be put to club delegates, asking them if they wish to seek nominations for the post of senior football manager.

Should the clubs decide they do not wish to seek nominations, they will be asked to ratify the appointment of Seamus McEnaney …

Full report in The Northern Standard 12 August

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