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29 Nov 2021

Kelly refuses to be drawn over vacant Louth post

O’Raghallaighs boss and potential candidate for Louth manager, Colin kelly refused to be drawn on whether he is interested in the vacant County post.

O’Raghallaighs boss and potential candidate for Louth manager, Colin kelly refused to be drawn on whether he is interested in the vacant County post.

Although being touted as an early favourite by many, Kelly remained tight lipped on his preference for the Senior job.

“My named has been mentioned in connection with the Louth manager’s position, but all that is speculation at the moment.”

The current Louth U21 manager was questioned by the Irish Daily Star and revealed that no one from the County board had approached him about the vacancy yet.

“Nobody from the county board has spoken to me about the job, nor have I spoken to anybody about it. I have a two-year term as manager of the Louth U21 team and I’ll be honouring that in next year’s championship,” added Kelly.

The O’Raghallaigh’s manager also referred to his current position with his club.

“The O’Raghallaigh’s job takes up most of my time and it’s only fair that the club receives my full attention.”

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