Mayo All-Star Mortimer makes move into club management in Kildare

The 38-year-old is taking over at Monasterevan.

FORMER MAYO FOOTBALLER Conor Mortimer has been named manager of Monasterevan’s senior team. 

An All-Star in 2006, the forward won four Connacht titles and was on the losing side in two All-Ireland finals during his playing days. 

conor-mortimer Conor Mortimer during his playing days with Mayo. Source: James Crombie/INPHO

At club level, he represented Shrule-Glencorrib and Parnells in Dublin. 

Kildare club Monasterevan announced his appointment on social media last night. 

They tweeted: “Monasterevan GFC are proud to announce that former Mayo footballer Conor Mortimer has been ratified tonight as our Senior Football Manager for 2021.

“We wish @ConorMort and the team the best of luck for the year ahead.”

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