# Anthony Cunningham

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# New Job
Anthony Cunningham to take up role as coach of Laois senior football champions
Portarlington have won the last three Laois senior football titles.
# new boss
Former All-Ireland club winning captain takes over as Crossmaglen boss
Cunningham captained Crossmaglen Rangers to the All-Ireland title in 2000, defeating Na Fianna of Dublin in the final.
Anthony Cunningham hailed as 'one of life's gentlemen' as he departs Roscommon job
The experienced boss has opted against a fifth season in charge.
All time
# unfair
'Straight knockout for football is really, really poor' - Cunningham unhappy with lack of backdoor
Roscommon are one of 14 teams already out of the championship after two weeks.
# Rossies Rising
Cunningham looks to former Carlow coach Poacher to bolster Roscommon backroom team
The Down man joins the Rossies’ set-up for 2021.
# two more years
Anthony Cunningham is staying on with the Roscommon footballers
The former Galway hurling boss will remain in charge until 2022.
# Celebrate Good Times
Birthday boy Cunningham hails Roscommon's 'courage' and 'intelligence'
Anthony Cunningham led the Rossies to a stirring comeback defeat of his native county.
# Profile
After all he's achieved across both codes, is Anthony Cunningham still underrated?
The former Galway hurling boss guided Roscommon to a stunning victory against Mayo on Saturday night.
# rossies roar
13 yellow, 4 black and one red card shown as Roscommon retain FBD League title
Donie Smith hit 0-8 for the winners against Galway.
# Slán Séan
'It was the right decision for me' - 14 senior seasons, Connacht glories and the best forwards in Gaelic football
Séan McDermott on his decision to retire from Roscommon after 178 appearances for the county.
# Coming on board
Anthony Cunningham adds successful club coaches to Roscommon backroom team
Iain Daly of the Michael Glaveys club and Strokestown’s Mark Dowd have both been appointed as selectors.
# Roscommon ground
Relishing inter-county management return after taking Galway heave on the chin
Anthony Cunningham: ‘I love the GAA, that’s my hobby, my past-time, my passion and that hasn’t changed.’
# Ratified
Ex-Galway hurling boss takes over as Roscommon's new senior football manager
Anthony Cunningham replaces Kevin McStay.
# succession plan
'He seems to have the appetite for it': Fennelly tips Cunningham for Dublin hurling job
Anthony Cunningham is a contender to take over from the outgoing Pat Gilroy.
# sky blues
2013 Leinster-winning captain and former All-Star have rejoined the Dublin hurling squad
Johnny McCaffrey and Peter Kelly are in Pat Gilroy’s plans for the coming season, Dublin coach Anthony Cunningham has confirmed.
# New Era
Ex-Galway boss joins Dublin hurling management and recall for 2013 All-Star
Danny Sutcliffe is named on the panel that will travel to Boston for the Fenway Classic against Galway.
# Tribes Support
Galway's 29-year wait, local heroes Burke and Cooney, and Tony Keady memories
Anthony Cunningham has returned to join the Galway fans on All-Ireland final day.
# fall out boy
Anthony Cunningham a year on from Galway exit – 'It was soul-destroying'
Cunningham admits that returning to the top level is very much his ambition.
# cunning plan
Former Galway hurling boss Cunningham could be set for the Cavan footballers
Anthony Cunningham and Mattie McGleenan head the race to replace Terry Hyland.
# Time to shine
'After what the players did to Anthony Cunningham, they need to come out.'
JJ Delaney expects a big performance from Galway.
# holy grail
'Anything other than an All-Ireland is not going to be good enough'
Galway defender David Collins insists the Tribesmen learned a lot from the League, even though it ended in relegation.
# new appointment
Laois welcome former Galway hurling boss Anthony Cunningham to management team
Cunningham joins the O’Moore County set-up as a coach.
# Happy New Year
10 sportspeople who cannot wait for 2015 to end
As 2015 comes to an end, who is happy to see back of this year?
# Tribesmen
POLL: Who will succeed Anthony Cunningham as Galway senior hurling manager?
Four candidates remain in the running.
# Middle Men
'We don't operate on the basis of rabble rousing' - GPA defends role in Galway and Mayo heaves
Dessie Farrell calls for charter to govern inter-county appointments.
# Fenway Hurling classic
'We felt it was best for Galway hurling' - Jason Flynn on Cunningham's 'messy' departure
He was speaking ahead of Sunday’s AIG Fenway Hurling Classic.
# Choppy waters
'It's a very messy situation' - TJ Reid predicts difficult year for Galway
The Hurler of the Year also spoke about the recent high-profile retirements and Kilkenny football.
# Odds
Cuala coach Kenny installed as favourite to be the next Galway manager
Anthony Cunningham stepped down from the role last night.
# Player power
'A kangaroo court decision' - Cunningham slams Galway players as he resigns
Anthony Cunningham has confirmed his resignation as Galway senior hurling team manager – and issued a hard-hitting statement.
# two tribes go to war
Galway hurlers vote against keeping Anthony Cunningham as manager - reports
A majority of the players have also said they won’t play next season if he is retained.
# impasse
Galway hurling crisis deepens after mediation process fails
“Despite best efforts, there was little, if no, possibility of the parties reaching common agreement.”
# player revolt
'If you lose a dressing-room, you are probably better off to admit defeat'
Johnny Kelly says Anthony Cunningham should walk away.
# The King's Speech
'My manager was Brian Cody so there were never any issues of player discontent'
Henry Shefflin says the current Galway management crisis caught him by surprise.
# two tribes go to war
'It's a bit unusual' - Tipp's Padraic Maher struggling to understand Galway situation
However, he says that if the players are unhappy, they’re better off saying it now than during the season.
# Sports Round-up
We'll leave it there so: Klopp's coming in, Blatter going out and the rest of Thursday's sport
Plus the latest news ahead of a bumper weekend at the Rugby World Cup.
# mutiny
The four players at centre of Galway hurling revolt revealed as stand-off continues
Anthony Cunningham is standing firm.
# monday
We'll Leave it There So: Cunningham set to stay, Roy Keane's crossbar challenge and all today's sport
Meanwhile, Ger Brennan retires and Jose Mourinho given a vote of confidence.
# Hot Topic
Poll: Should Anthony Cunningham resign as Galway senior hurling manager?
The Tribes boss has received a vote of no confidence from the county’s senior hurlers.
# Speaking out
'The players can say what they want but it wasn’t Anthony Cunningham inside the whitewash'
Pete Finnerty has sympathy for embattled Galway boss but says Cunningham’s position is ‘untenable’ following player revolt.
Anthony Cunningham looks set to stay on as Galway manager
The county board met with the manager last night.