Stephen Stack has emerged as a candidate to take charge of the Kerry senior football team.
Kerry county board has put together a five-man committee that will interview candidates for the vacancy after Peter Keane’s three-year term with the Kingdom recently came to an end.
Keane himself is thought to be eager to stay on in the job while Jack O’Connor is also in the running after having departed his post with Kildare.
Radio Kerry reports that Killarney Legion manager Stack has put together a star-studded management team which includes Donie Buckley, Mickey Ned O’Sullivan, Seamus Moynihan, Dara Ó Cinnéide and Aidan O’Mahony.
Having previously managed Austin Stacks to Kerry and Munster senior titles in 2014, the Listowel man also won All-Ireland SFC crowns with the Kingdom in 1986 and 1997 as a player along with five Munster titles.
Race for #Kerry job update : One prospective mgt team is Stephen Stack - manager, Mickey Ned O Sullivan - assistant mgr, Donie Buckley - head coach, Seamus Moynihan - backs, Dara Ó Cinnéide - Forwards, S&C - Joe O'Connor and Aidan O'Mahony More on @radiokerrysport at 1pm news— Jerry O'Sullivan (@jerosullivanRK) September 22, 2021