Vinny Corey has been ratified as Monaghan’s new senior football manager on a three-year term.
After Ger Brennan, Jason Sherlock and Mark Counihan had all been linked with the vacancy since Seamus McEnaney’s departure three months ago, Monaghan county board confirmed last night that the former Farney captain will lead them from the sidelines next year.
The Clontibret clubman’s backroom team will include his brother Martin, Dermot McArdle and Gabriel Bannigan.
Corey himself served as a coach under McEnaney during the past couple of seasons and as interim manager for a stint after the former supremo was suspended over a Covid training breach last year.
"Monaghan GAA are delighted to announce Vinnie Corey as our new Senior Football Manager," a statement read.
"Vinnie with his backroom team of Martin Corey, Dermot McArdle and Gabriel Bannigan were ratified at tonight's county committee meeting in the Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan for a three-year term. The backroom team will be finalised in the coming weeks."
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