All-Ireland winning manager Mick Bohan will remain at the helm of the Dublin ladies senior football team for another year.
Dublin LGFA have announced this evening that the Clontarf native has agreed to extend his stay until the end of 2021 at least after guiding the county to a four-in-a-row of All-Ireland titles last December.
Bohan, who was previously in charge of the Jackies in 2003, also led Dublin to three Leinster titles and a National League crown during his second stint.
There will be a change in Bohan's backroom team with strength and conditioning coach Ken Robinson leaving to pursue a new role with the Westmeath senior footballers.
BREAKING NEWS 🚨— DublinLGFA (@dublinladiesg) January 19, 2021
Dublin LGFA club delegates this evening have ratified Mick Bohan as the Dublin senior manager for the 2021 season.
Bohan took on the Dublin job for a 2nd term in Jan 2017, since then he has lead Dublin to 4 All Ireland’s, 3 Leinster titles & 1 NFL #UpTheDubs pic.twitter.com/gYPuwEPirI