Brian Cuthbert steps down as Cork manager

By Stephen Barry

Brian Cuthbert will not seek another year as manager of the Cork footballers, as reported in tomorrow morning's Irish Examiner.

Cuthbert took charge of the Rebels for the past two years, losing a pair of Munster finals to Kerry and losing a League decider to Dublin in that time.

An eight-point defeat to Kildare on Saturday brought an inglorious end to his reign, seven days after losing the Munster final replay to Kerry.

Thoughts will turn to appointing his successor in the coming weeks.

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