BRADY THE SOLE RUNNER SO FAR FOR JOB OF COUNTY MONAGHAN MINOR TEAM MANAGER

16 November 2012 No Comments by The Northern Standard

BY KEVIN CARNEY
THE process of recruiting a new county minor football team manager for the coming year(s) is set to be ratcheted up next week when a number of interviews for the position are set to take place.
With the date for nominations for the post already closed, just one name, Frank Brady has been put forward by the clubs of the county.
Galway native Brady served as manager of the county senior hurling panel several seasons ago and last year acted as county minor hurling manager.
Having guided Monaghan to the 2012 Ulster MHL Division Two title and the corresponding championship title, it was hardly a surprise when Brady was recently re-appointed unopposed to the position by the county board.
The fact that the Latton clubman was the one and only person to be nominated by all of Monaghan’s clubs will surprise many though among the grass roots of the Association.
However, county board Chairman Paul Curran believes the lack of nominations is a sign of the times:
“I’m not surprised that only one name has been put forward. The reality is that clubs aren’t pro-active in seeking out people willing to …

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