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Four New Managers To Watch In The Allianz Football League

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With a new manager comes a fresh start, an opportunity for change, a chance for someone on the peripheral to come front and centre. A new manager can inspire… Take Joe Kernan for example, he took over an Armagh side in 2002 that was on the cusp of an All-Ireland final but just couldn’t get over the line in big …

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Tony McEntee Rules Himself Out Of Cavan Job As New Frontrunner Emerges

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final Replay, Croke Park, Dublin 1/10/2016 Dublin vs Mayo Selectors' Tony McEntee Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Cavan are on the lookout for a new senior football manager, after Terry Hyland departed following this year’s Championship. The Breffni Men reached the National Football League Division 2 final this year, and despite losing to Tyrone, they will be promoted to the top tier next season. However, the summer failed to live up to expectations. After an Ulster quarter-final victory over …

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Terry Hyland Steps Down As Cavan Football Manager

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After five years in the realm as Cavan manager, Terry Hyland has resigned from his post. On live radio on Tuesday evening, Hyland announced that he will be no longer be in charge of the Cavan senior football team. Although Hyland is “sad to be leaving the lads”, he said he understood that his time is up and he has got Cavan as far …

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Cavan GAA & Terry Hyland Yet To Sit Down

Reports are emerging that Terry Hyland has not yet sat down and had discussions with the Cavan County Board around extending his tenure as Cavan manager, one week on from their championship defeat to Roscommon. Hyland, who has been involved with Cavan for the last four seasons, has expressed interest in staying in the position and says that he is …

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