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# At The Helm

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2022
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Former Athlone Town player named caretaker manager of Charlton Athletic
Anthony Hayes comes in to take charge after Ben Garner was sacked.
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Carr-O’Rourke team appointed to take charge of Donegal
Paddy Carr will succeed Declan Bonner, with Aidan O’Rourke coming on board as head coach.
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Kerry native and ex-Mayo boss at core of McStay's star-studded coaching team
“I willl leave no stone unturned,” declared the new Mayo manager.
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Liam Kearns selected as new Offaly senior football boss
He takes over from John Maughan.
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Down appoint Conor Laverty as manager
The Kilcoo man replaces James McCartan.
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Norwich confirm Dean Smith as new manager one week after Aston Villa sacking
The 50-year-old has been appointed on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
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Wexford's O'Hanlon and Maria Kinsella elected co-chairs of new GPA merger
Sixteen male and female players have selected on the new National Executive Committee.
# Ladies Football
Three new managers to keep an eye on as the league gets up and running this weekend
Michael Moyles, Gerry Fahy and Declan Carr take charge of their native counties in Division 1.
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Four-time All-Ireland winner Murray signs up for another year as Cork boss
Paudie Murray has been ratified as senior camogie manager on Leeside for a 10th consecutive season.
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Japan appoints new prime minister to replace the long-serving Shinzo Abe
Yoshihide Suga said he is a reformer who will help revive Japan’s Covid-ravaged economy.
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Ed Joyce appointed permanent head coach of Ireland women on two-year deal
The former Irish batsman took up the position in an interim capacity in June.
# bute-ing heads
Boris Johnson gets booed as he arrives at Bute House to speak with Nicola Sturgeon
Johnson today announced a £300 million package of investment for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to “strengthen the union”.
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O'Rourke takes over in Monaghan
The former Fermanagh boss has been confirmed as the man to lead the Farney county for the 2013 campaign.