Duo distance themselves from Erne role

August 07, 2019

St Michaels, Enniskillen manager Dominic Corrigan celebrates at the full time whistle. ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry.

Two more potential candidates have ruled themselves out of replacing Rory Gallagher as Fermanagh manager.

Gallagher stepped down after two years last week and the rumour mill has been in overdrive ever since with Fermanagh men Dom Corrigan and Kieran Donnelly beinh heavily linked to the role.

However, both have come out and stated that they are happy in their current positions as the Fermanagh Herald reports.

Corrigan is St Michael’s College, Enniskillen manager and he admitted that it would be impossible to do both jobs given the time constraints.

“There is no way that you could possibly do the two jobs simultaneously and I would probably have considered taking the Fermanagh job if I wasn’t still involved in colleges football, but the fact I am with St Michael’s would certainly rule me out of contemplating a return to the county manager position,” said Corrigan.

Donnelly also stated that the timing wasn’t right for him at the moment and so the search for Gallagher’s replacement continues.

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