Eamonn O'Hara has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant Sligo football manager's job.
The former All Star was tipped to replace Cathal Corey, who resigned last month after just one season at the helm. But he has decided to remain in charge of Tourlestrane along with Gerry McGowan as they seek a three-in-a-row of Sligo SFC titles.
During his short time as manager, Tyrone native Corey consolidated the Yeats County's position in Division 3 of the Allianz League before leading them to a 10-point win over London in the first round of the Connacht SFC. But it was all downhill after that as they lost heavily to Galway (1-12 to 4-24) before being knocked out of the All-Ireland qualifiers by Armagh.
Sligo GAA confirms that Eamonn O’Hara is withdrawing from the senior manager’s shortlist because of work commitments. Shortlist now has three (undisclosed) candidates on it. #GAA— Ocean FM Sport (@oceanfmsport) September 9, 2018