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# Ready to go
Tipp native Maher confirmed as new Laois boss
The coach previously managed Cuala to Dublin senior hurling championships in 2019 and 2020.
All time
# Ratified
Former senior men's boss Creedon takes charge of Tipp ladies
The West Cork native has been involved in underage ladies football in recent years after previous stints with the Tipp and Laois senior men’s teams.
# rebuild
Eddie Jones turns to Richard Cockerill to strengthen England forwards coaching
Jones has also strengthened his management team by appointing Anthony Seibold from Australian rugby league as defence coach.
# Ratified
Experienced Galway boss - who steered U21s to All-Ireland final - takes charge of Tribe ladies
Gerry Fahy succeeds Tim Rabbitt in the role, having been involved in his backroom team in 2020.
# Ratified
Recent Mayo kingpins Ballintubber appoint 2013 All-Ireland minor winning manager
Enda Gilvarry takes over a club who have won five senior titles since 2010.
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Mayo All-Star Mortimer makes move into club management in Kildare
The 38-year-old is taking over at Monasterevan.
Mickey Harte takes on role as Louth manager
The Tyrone legend has been confirmed in the role on a three-year term.
# Ratified
Former players added to Waterford hurling management team as selectors
Stephen Frampton and Stephen Molumphy have come on board with new manager Liam Cahill.
# Ratified
Ex-Tipp hurling 'keeper Gleeson named new Antrim manager
The two-time All-Ireland winner has been appointed on a three-year term.
# Ratified
Micheál Donoghue extends Galway hurling reign by two years
Donoghue steered the western county to long-awaited All-Ireland success in 2017.
# Ratified
After 5 county manager roles and huge success with Slaughtneil, a role with Down club is next up for Moran
Mickey Moran has been appointed to take charge of Kilcoo.
# Ratified
Solari given Real Madrid reins on permanent basis after recent resurgence
The 13-time European champions have won four on the bounce under the former player’s stewardship.
# Ratified
Ex-Galway hurling boss takes over as Roscommon's new senior football manager
Anthony Cunningham replaces Kevin McStay.
Mayo ladies football manager Peter Leahy to remain in charge until 2021
After a difficult 2018, Leahy was re-appointed earlier this week.
# Ladies Football
After taking over in tragic circumstances this summer, Louth boss re-appointed for 2019
Monaghan man Darren Bishop will remain at the helm.
# backroom staff
Dunne and Egan ratified as Liam Sheedy assembles Tipperary backroom team for 2019
Tommy Dunne and Darragh Egan have been ratified as coaches for the Tipperary senior hurlers.
# bossman
Brian Cody has been confirmed as Kilkenny senior hurling manager for 21st season
The 64-year-old will take charge again as Kilkenny aim to secure the Liam MacCarthy Cup for the first time since 2015.
# Ratified
Westmeath announce appointment of new football and hurling managers
Jack Cooney and Joe Quaid were ratified at a county board meeting tonight.
# Ratified
Former Mayo boss Maughan rubber-stamped as new Offaly football manager
Maughan takes the reins with the Faithful’s footballers.
Derek McGrath to stay in charge of Waterford hurlers for a fifth season
The manager’s future had been uncertain in the wake of the heartbreaking All-Ireland final loss to Galway.
# Ratified
Fitzmaurice to remain as Kerry boss until 2020 after show of support from county board
The 2018 season will be his sixth in charge of the Kingdom.
# Cats Get The Cream
Ratified! DJ Carey named as Kilkenny's new U21 hurling manager
The nine-time All-Star was ratified at a county board meeting last night.
# Ratified
Éamonn Fitzmaurice confirms he'll stay on for 2018, with Kerry chairman proposing he stays longer
Chairman Tim Murphy will propose that Fitzmaurice is ratified for a further two years at a committee meeting on 16 October.
# Ratified
Fermanagh announce Rory Gallagher as their new senior football manager
He has been handed the job in his native county after resigning as Donegal boss.
# mixed reaction
Poll: Do you think the Obamas should get the Freedom of Dublin?
The award acknowledges the contribution of certain people to the life of the city, important visitors to Dublin, or people who have made significant changes internationally.
# Appointed
Cavan appoint new manager for Division 1 return after Hyland departure
The Breffni Men will be managed by Mattie McGleenan next year.
Mayo's new senior football manager has been ratified
Stephen Rochford comes in on an initial three-year term.
# Ratified
Surprise, surprise! Brian Cody to stay on as Kilkenny manager for another year
The 61-year-old was ratified at a county board meeting on Monday evening.
# Ratified
Derry have appointed one of their only All-Ireland winners as county's new footballboss
Don’t worry, it’s not Joe Brolly.
# Ratified
Malky Mackay is back in football - and the Wigan chairman expects some criticism
Dave Whelan says Mackay’s appointment has been made “with our eyes open.”
# immovable force
Sure where would he be going? Brian Cody is staying on as Kilkenny hurling boss
The James Stephens man will take charge for a 17th year.
# new dawn
Rory Gallagher could be named Donegal's new manager tonight
Meanwhile, Naomh Conaill have yet to confirm whether or not they will make an appeal over their semi-final loss last week.
# Ratified
Walsh named Galway football manager, Cunningham gets two more years with hurlers
The county board met tonight to ratify both men.
# Appointment
Peter Canavan ratified as new manager of Cavan Gaels
The Tyrone icon is back in the game.
# Ratified
Ex-Westmeath boss Pat Flanagan appointed new Sligo football manager
Flanagan takes over from Galway All-Ireland winner Kevin Walsh.
# Going nowhere
Jim McGuinness to stay on as Donegal manager for 2014 season
A statement from the side confirmed the 40-year-old would be continuing in his role.
# Ratified
Back in the hot seat: Mick O'Dwyer confirmed as Clare senior football boss
The 75-year-old Kerryman will coach in the Munster championship for the first time in over two decades.
# Ratified
Walsh to stay in charge of Sligo
The former Galway All-Ireland senior football winner will be at the helm for a fifth year in 2013.