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Kerry name five-man committee to start search for next football manager

Peter Keane’s three-year term ended following the All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Tyrone.

Kerry: Preferred candidate will be recommended 'at the earliest opportunity'.
Kerry: Preferred candidate will be recommended 'at the earliest opportunity'.
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KERRY HAVE STARTED the search for the county’s next senior football manager.

The Kingdom county board has appointed a five-man sub-committee to lead the process following the end of Peter Keane’s three-year term.

County chairperson Tim Murphy will be joined by vice chairperson Eamon Whelan, secretary Peter Twiss, Munster Council delegate John O’Leary, and games manager Donal Daly.

The sub-committee will recommend their preferred candidate “at the earliest opportunity”, a statement issued this evening said.

“No further comment will be made until this process has concluded.”


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