Football fans await white smoke

24 September 2010 No Comments by The Northern Standard

With less than two weeks to go to the conclusion of the interview process for the vacant senior football manager’s job, no clear indication has emerged as who is likely to be recommended for the post by the special sub-committee charged with the task of finding a man to lead Monaghan football in 2011, WRITES KEVIN CARNEY
While a litany of names have been mentioned in dispatches relating to the possible identities of the eight nominees put forward by the clubs, a definitive announcement will not be made on the matter until at least Monday, October 4th when the county board next meet.
At that meeting, the identities of the new senior hurling boss and the minor hurling manager is likely to be known as both Frank Brady and Brendan Murphy are being viewed as shoo-ins to continue in their respective posts in the light of the revelation that they were the only ones nominated for the posts in question.
However, as has been mentioned in previous dispatches, the special sub-committee appointed by the county board reserves the right to approach others who may not have received a nomination for one or all three of the vacant posts by the time of the September 3rd deadline.
That Monaghan football is currently on tenderhooks brooks no debate but the sight of white smoke appearing is, it seems, quite a distance off.

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