Wave goodbye: Jason Ryan resigns as Wexford manager

The coach’s tenure has ended, after five years in charge of the county.

Ryan's five-year spell in charge of Wexford has ended.
Ryan's five-year spell in charge of Wexford has ended.

JASON RYAN HAS stepped down as Wexford senior football manager, it has been announced tonight.

He had been in charge for five years at the county, having been appointed in November 2007.

The county board have said they will now begin the search for Ryan’s replacement.

Wexford endured a disappointing campaign under Ryan’s tenure this year, losing 1-13 to 0-15 against Tipperary in Round 2 of the All-Ireland qualifiers.

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