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Tomás Mulcahy Wants To Manage Cork

Has Tomás Mulcahy thrown his hat into the ring

Tomás Mulcahy told RTÉ’s different class that he would like to manage Cork ‘some day’. The three time All Ireland winner has worked as a selector with the Cork under 21 team and previously managed his own club, Glen Rovers, before taking the reigns at Waterford’s Lismore.

Mulcahy has been previously linked with the job, most notably after John Allen’s departure in 2006, but lost out on that occasion to Gerald McCarthy. Nevertheless Mulcahy said ‘I wouldn’t rule it out. But the timing has to be right for myself in my own life’.

Mulcahy added, ‘I would love to have a go at it but it would have to be on my terms and the way I wanted to do it’.

With rumblings amongst Cork supporters about the direction of the current team, would Mulcahy’s rise to office be welcomed by those in the Rebel county.

Alan Drumm, Pundit Arena

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