Glenn Ryan has been told by the Kildare county board that his team’s early-season performances haven’t been up to scratch.
Following defeats to Cavan and Fermanagh in their opening two Allianz Football League games, the Lilywhites are bottom of Division 2, leading to Ryan and his management team coming under scrutiny at this week’s county board meeting.
"I spoke to the management for a long time today (Monday) about the situation and the necessity that performances and results have to greatly improve,” Kildare GAA chairman Mick Gorman is quoted as saying in the Leinster Leader.
“We are fully aware that results are not good enough, not good enough for the county and the players and the management are all fully aware of the situation.
“It is not that everyone isn't fully focused on the thing, but the results speak for themselves."Tweet