Mayo boss to leave as Meath and Louth appoint new chiefs
The gaelic football managerial carousel is revolving apace today with the manager of the All-Ireland runners-up rumoured to leaving his post, amongst other appointments.
It's being reported that Mayo manager James Horan is considering his position due to a number of logistical issues.
The Mayo chief is credited with having revived the fortunes of this year’s Allianz National Football league and All-Ireland runners-up by adding an extra mettle to the panel since his appointment in 2010
According to the Western People newspaper the manager is seeking clarification on a number of issues including training pitches, the availability of Mc Hale Park and hotel bases for matches in Dublin and is prepared to walk over them.
Elsewhere in Leinster there have been to high profile managerial appointments, as expected Mick O'Dowd has been appointed Meath manager on a three year term with Trevor Giles and Sean Kelly forming part of his backroom team.
While neighbours Louth have named former Armagh player and Down assistant manager Aidan O'Rourke as their new manager on a two year term.