Brewster part of committee to find McGrath's successor

August 10, 2017

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath.
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Former Fermanagh star Tom Brewster has been named on the five-man committee to help find the Erne County's next senior football manager.

The Impartial Reporter reports that the committee, which includes county board chairman Greg Kelly, secretary Tom Boyle, assistant treasurer Sean Burns and former Ulster GAA President Martin McAviney, to find Pete McGrath's successor was formed at Monday night's meeting of the board.

Clubs are to come forward with their nominations for a new manager by August 21st, with plenty of speculation already having mounted as to who will take over the reins.

Former Ernesiders boss Dominic Corrigan is the current frontrunner with Derrygonnelly Harps manager Martin Greene, Kieran Donnelly, Nigel Seaney, Oisin McConville and ex-Donegal boss Rory Gallagher also being mentioned in the weeks since McGrath's resignation.

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