McGeeney returns to Armagh
Armagh have announced the return of Kieran McGeeney.
The county's senior football manager Paul Grimley named McGeeney in his backroom team for the coming season.
Armagh GAA announced it on Twitter today.
McGeeney was dropped by the Kildare County Board last month
after seven years as their senior football team boss.
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